Denied theatrical release in Japan as the Japanese film rating board, Eirin, refused to grant the film a certificate even after extensive cuts were made. Their rejection letter stated "the film's overall tone is unacceptable." The film was released directly to home video over angry protests from schools and parental groups. See more »
All Night Long 2 (1995) is the second film of the dark and depraved All Night Long trilogy. If you thought the first film was nasty and it couldn't get any sicker, well it has. This time the movie was shot on video giving it an even more feel of realism, it's like watching a snuff film (if those things really existed). Gutter level horror film making at it's best.
A young Japanese student is having a hard time making friends. But he finds one on the internet. But he finds out that the person is not what he seems to be. The poor kid is tormented by the gang of homicidal nut cases and drive him up the wall. Can the kid protect himself and fend of the gang of sadistic sickos or will he fall into the same hole of depravity that the rest of them have fallen into?
Why are these films made? Who knows but if shocking the hell out of the viewers and being as twisted and insane as you want to be is the golden rule then it has succeeded on all levels. The trilogy ends with a film that is so insane I had a hard time finishing it.
Rated X and it shows.
Recommended for fans of the genre. Others need not apply.
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