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4 February 2003 (USA) See more »
An insatiable evil
Action-packed sequel to THE EVILMAKER. A family member of the victim in part 1 tries to figure out what... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
Kylene Wetherell ... Kathy
Felicia Pandolfi ... Rachel
John Wilmot ... Charles
Shannon Barksdale ... Madam Vladmeria (as Shannon)
Warren E.B.B. ... Paul
Kelly Loux ... Rebecca
Elana Morgana Smith ... Lisa
Robert L. Summer ... Action Reporter Mike Johnson
Betty Griffith ... Mrs. Parker
John Bowker ... Jack

Sara Miller ... The Minion / Doctor
Joe Sherlock ... Doctor One
Rob Merickel ... Doctor Two
Dee Alsman ... Doctor Four
Stephanie Beaton ... Serena
Arlene Henry ... Cindy
Dori Schwartz ... Tyler

Directed by
John Bowker 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
John Bowker 

Produced by
John Bowker .... producer
M. Edward Hegg .... associate producer
Kevin J. Lindenmuth .... associate producer
Original Music by
Steve Sessions 
Cinematography by
Joe Sherlock (director of photography)
Makeup Department
Rob Merickel .... special makeup effects artist
Visual Effects by
Benjamin Cooper .... visual effects

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Also Known As:
"Abomination" - USA (alternative title)
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79 min
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Follows The Evilmaker (2000) (V)See more »


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One of the WORST Indies EVER!, 21 February 2005
Author: barbaricstruggle from United States

Out of all of the low-budget, independent films that I have viewed over the years, this on really takes the cake. It is downright AWFUL! Very, very, very poor acting, and a totally ridiculous plot. Even the Gothic girls in the film were just white trash in black. The "special effects" consisted of making a guys eyes glow red. Herschell Gordon Lewis did 100 times better than this 30 years ago. Avoid this film. Don't waste your time watching this crap. I'm not going to complain about the poor quality of the DVD, or the deceptive hype on the back of it, but I have to say that this is just stupid. A total waste of time. Maybe if I had saw the first one, I might be able to follow that plot a little more easily (but I Doubt it). I will say that the special features were pretty good, several trailers for films that looked waaaaay better than this one, and even "bloopers" (as if the film itself wasn't a 100 min. blooper) and a "making of" segment. Honestly, I would rather watch paint dry.

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