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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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Shannon Barksdale ... Madam Vladmeria (as Shannon)
Warren E.B.B. ... Paul
Betty Griffith ... Ms. Parker
Kelly Loux ... Rebecca
Felicia Pandolfi ... Rachel
Robert L. Summer ... Action Reporter Mike Johnson
Kylene Wetherell ... Kathy
John Wilmot ... Charles

Directed by
John Bowker 
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John Bowker 

Produced by
John Bowker .... producer
M. Edward Hegg .... associate producer
Kevin J. Lindenmuth .... associate producer
Original Music by
Steve Sessions 
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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Hmmmm, well...this is really, really BAD, 25 February 2003
Author: Katatonia from Missouri

This was released on the Brain Damage films label, and from my experience they release a few good low-budget horror movies ("The Coven" namely), and the rest of their releases are utter garbage. Abomination is utter garbage, make no mistake.

It looks like it was shot on VHS video, the picture is extremely murky (i saw it on DVD). The sound is like it was all recorded on location with cheap equipment and never mixed from the raw stock. It's very difficult to hear the dialogue many times throughout the movie.

The acting is VERY BAD, even for a no-budget film such as this. The plot is equally as terrible. When i read the DVD cover in the rental store it sounded like it might be a good little movie, but alas i was wrong. It's quite boring also, nothing very interesting happens until near the end...and even that is rather stupid.

The special effects are laughable, we have "vomit" that looks very much like Tapioca Pudding (i guess that is what it really was). The death scenes are so fake it is almost hilarious when you're watching them.

What amazes me is that the DVD for Abomination includes a "Making Of" that is over an hour long, another 36+ minutes of interviews, and another 15+ minutes of bloopers/outtakes. No, i did not waste my time watching any of those! Who exactly would waste their valuable time to know more about this movie?!?!?

The only saving grace i can possibly think of during this film was the music score had a few good moments. That's laughs...some brief nudity, but the women are not very good looking...

There are so many low-budget horror films out there that are vastly better than Abomination. Even if you are the type of horror fan who watches every horror film released (like me), you should avoid this like the plague........

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