Phantasmagoria 2: A Puzzle of Flesh (1996)

Video Game  |  Adventure, Drama, Horror
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Curtis Craig, a totally normal man begins to hear strange voices. Could it be that he is an insane killer..?

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Paul Morgan Stetler ...
Curtis Craig
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Jocilyn Rowan
Ragna Sigrun ...
Therese Banning
Paul Mitri ...
Trevor Barnes
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The Hecatomb
Cynthia Steele ...
Dr. Rikki Harburg
Warren Burton ...
Paul Allen Warner
Paul Joseph Standlee ...
Little Curtis
V. Joy Lee ...
The Ratwoman
Michael Taylor Donovan ...
Tom Ravell
Don Berg ...
Bob Arnold
Regina Byrd Smith ...
Detective Allie Powell
Denise Loveday ...
Marianne Craig
Todd Licea ...
Jonas Craig
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It has been a year since Curtis Craig was released from Greenwood sanitarium, where he has been through hell. All he wishes now is to live quiet, normal life: he has nice girlfriend, place to live and steady job at Wyntech Industries. However, lately it seems that Curtis is losing his sanity... or maybe someone tries to make him believe so: he sees and hears things which cannot be real, he suffers of psychotic episodes, nightmares and flashbacks, and if that was not enough - someone murders his co-workers in manner that only totally sick, psychotic mind could think of. Curtis suspects that Paul Warner, the corrupt and unscrupulous vice-president of Wyntech, is responsible to the current events and to his father's death which occurred many years ago. Unfortunately, both the obnoxious police officer assigned to the case and Curtis' psychiatrist believe he is lunatic, and would not listen to him. With no other alternative, Curtis starts investigating the murders, determined to prove both... Written by Optimus Prime

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Ken Williams said that, in retrospect, the game would have been better if the character of Adrienne from Phantasmagoria (1995) were brought back. See more »

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The color of Trevor's turtleneck turns from black to gray when Trevor and Curtis go to the Dreaming Tree during the first day of work. See more »

Quotes

[Shortly after hearing that Tom was murdered, Curtis hears a knock on the door and opens it. Detective Powell stands there]
Curtis: Where were you last night, Craig? Where were you?
Curtis: [sarcastically] Oh, it's nice to see you too, detective.
[gestures her to enter]
Curtis: Com'n in.
Detective Allie Powell: [enters] What were you doing last night between the hours 8PM and midnight?
Curtis: [shrugs] I was here, with Therese Banning.
Detective Allie Powell: [taking notes] Really? How late did she stay?
Curtis: I don't know, late. I...
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Better than the first, still not great
26 April 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Full Motion Video games were a new wrinkle when the first Phantasmagoria came out, and were rapidly going the way of the passenger pigeon by the time this one was released. Sort of ironic.

This one featured smoother game play. I was glad they used more actual sets than filming entirely on bluescreen with minimal real objects (as they did in the first). Still, a lot of the locations (particularly the office and the science facility) seemed rather contrived.

The acting was far and away better than the first, though it was still not great by any means. The plot was not particularly good. Main character was fairly well developed, but the whole 'alien' aspect and all that wasn't adequately explained.

5.5 on a scale of 10.


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