who was also the director of the original "Sorceress", makes a cameo at the beginning of the film as the agent in the car who is killed by Tara. See more »
In the exterior shots, Jack is driving an older Cadillac convertible at the beginning of the movie. However, all of the interior shots of Jack in the car are inside a more modern hardtop car. Also, he has the high beams on (all 4 lights) but when the car goes over the cliff only the driver's side headlights are working. See more »
THIS STORY, ALL NAMES, CHARACTERS AND STRIPPER INCIDENTS PORTRAYED IN THIS PRODUCTION ARE FICTITIOUS. NO IDENTIFICATION WITH ACTUAL PERSONS, PLACES, BUILDINGS AND PRODUCTS IS INTENDED OR SHOULD BE INFERRED. See more »
This flick got me in a bad mood right from the start: the opening scene is identical to that of the first "Sorceress" - to the extent of lifting most of its footage! It's a very lazy way to start your film. Later on, there is one well-done sequence of a car out of control in a highway, crashing into other cars and getting crashed by them; and there are some beautiful women to look at (none of the standards of Kristina Ducati from the original though - only Lynn Daly comes close); apart from these points, "Sorceress II" has little of value to offer. The story is murky, the special effects battles are schlocky (I still wonder why people who are capable of shooting magical rays from their hands would engage in contact fighting), and apparently someone thought it would be a good idea to repeat the first film's APPALLING ending (again, lifting some of its footage), dropping the grade of this film even further, to a * out of 4.
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