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Killjoy 2: Deliverance from Evil (2002)

Video  -  Fantasy | Horror  -  8 January 2002 (USA)
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Complete credited cast:
Charles Austin ...
Nicolas 'Nic' Gordon
Wayland Geremy Boyd ...
Officer Mike Donnelly (as Wayland Geremy)
Officer Chris White
Aaron Brown ...
File Clerk
Logan Alexander ...
Lt. Harris Redding
Denise Martinez
Cecile 'Ce-Ce' Washington
Raymond 'Ray-Ray' Martin
Charlotte Davis
Jermaine Jevon ...
Eddie Jasper (as Jermaine Cheeseborough)
Babalada Francis Cledjo ...
Security Guard (as Babalda Francis Cledjo)
Rhonda Claerbaut ...
Kadja Boszo
Trent Haaga ...
Devin Hamilton ...


En route to a run-down shelter they are set to renovate as community service, a group of juvenile delinquents and the two chaperones accompanying them run into a minor set-back when their bus breaks down. When trying to find a phone, one of the teens is shot, and the group finds shelter with a voodoo priestess. While trying to use voodoo to save their friend, two of the teens accidentally unleash the evil spirit known as Killjoy. Written by Edward Robins <>

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Fantasy | Horror

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Rated R for language and violence | See all certifications »

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8 January 2002 (USA)  »

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$30,000 (estimated)

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Olimpia Fernandez, who plays Charlotte, also performs the song "Killjoy" that is heard during the ending credits. See more »


Killjoy: [after devouring a girl with his chattering teeth] I hate sloppy seconds.
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References The Shining (1980) See more »


Streets of Stone
Written by Smutty Smith
Produced by Danny Harvey
Copyright ©2001 Smutty Smith (ASCAP/BMI)
Performed by Smutty Smith
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Killjoy manages to kill off even more joy in this awful sequel.
3 January 2012 | by (Edinburgh.) – See all my reviews

Why did I even do this to myself? I watched Killjoy and I really disliked it but I knew, I just KNEW, that I would have to watch the two sequels to see if they would improve or simply remain as bad as the first film. Well, Killjoy 2 is even worse than Killjoy. The only reason I don't give it an even lower score is because of the main character, played this time with enthusiasm by Trent Haaga. He's stuck with weak dialogue and isn't even all that good but he's, by far, the best thing in the movie.

Things don't start off too well. Footage that looks like it was shot on a mobile phone - a couple of bad actors play a couple of bad cops who pin down a young man and frame him with drug possession. We then move on from the awful to the awfully ridiculous as two "officers" (and, believe me, these are just about the most incompetent authority figures I have ever seen in any movie. Ever!) pile a bunch of young offenders on to a bus and head out to renovate some run-down shelter. But on the journey they make a couple of stops. One is just a food and toilet break but the other one is an unscheduled stop in the middle of nowhere because of an unreliable bus engine. One unexciting and unbelievable event after another leads to the appearance of Killjoy and a few uninteresting, and badly directed, death scenes.

Director Tammi Sutton (who also co-wrote this travesty with Douglas Snauffer) gives directors of low-budget fare a bad name. I was genuinely saddened to see other movies in her filmography. Either she has learned a lot over the past few years or someone is stupid enough to let her continue making movies. Sound too harsh? Once you've sat through Killjoy 2 you tend to find yourself not feeling quite as charitable as you might normally feel. The camera shots are murky, shaky and generally all over the place. The sound quality is absolutely atrocious, highlighted by a few scenes in which characters talk to each other over varying levels of background noise that should have been dealt with in post-production. And the acting is so bad from almost everyone on screen (given names like "Ray-Ray" and "Ce-Ce") that I'm not even going to mention anyone other than Trent Haaga.

Oh well, the third movie in this dire series has to be better. Right? Right???

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