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Crystal Force 2: Dark Angel (1994)

Unrated | | Horror | Video 1994
An evil stranger with a dark crystal wanders the night collecting souls for Satan. He finds Jake who has only one desire in life -- her name is Allison. He'll give anything to have her, ... See full summary »

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Paul Brewster ...
Virgil
Chris Zawalki ...
Jake
Betsy Gardner ...
Allison
Gloria Lusiak ...
Jill
Jeff Markle ...
Talbert
Bevis Faversham ...
Big Slim
Betty Flores ...
Old Woman
David Perlmutter ...
Waiter
Stafford Mills ...
Drunk
Patrick Quinn ...
Doctor
Erika Gardner ...
Girl
Glenn Hopkins ...
Cop #1
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Joe
Thomas Cunliffe ...
Man #1
Jennifer Cobb ...
Waitress
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An evil stranger with a dark crystal wanders the night collecting souls for Satan. He finds Jake who has only one desire in life -- her name is Allison. He'll give anything to have her, even his soul. A bargain that would be struck in the shadows of Hell. In this terrifying and erotic sequel, one man battles the seductions of evil and the forces of doom for the love of a woman. Written by Anonymous

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Prey for your last rites

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1994 (USA)  »

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TMM 50,000,000 (estimated)
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Follows Crystal Force (1990) See more »

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The Wet T-Shirt Contest From Hell
20 July 2017 | by (St. Louis, Missouri) – See all my reviews

Jake (Chris Zawalki) is a bartender at Royal Oaks, easily one of the worst dives in cinematic history. He has a crush on one of his co-workers, Allison (Betsy Gardner) and he swears he'll do anything to get her. Enter Virgil (Paul Brewster), a mysterious stranger who appears at the bar and makes Jake his pet project. He's determined to get Jake laid, at any cost. His subsequent efforts to play matchmaker lead to a series of bizarre happenings, wherever he goes.

First, you have to keep in mind that this was shot with television cameras, giving the whole film the feel of a high-school project. For the most part, the direction and dialogue reinforce this first impression. The production is buoyed by Brewster's charismatic, sometimes humorous performance: He makes the best of a bad job. Jeff Markle lends support as the cop. Patrick Quinn makes the most of his on-screen time as the doctor.

There are some decent elements to the story, but it sure takes a long time to tell. Barry Mosley's score adds what atmosphere it can, but this is basically a soft-core porn film masquerading as a supernatural thriller. And, oh, those production values.


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