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October Moon 2: November Son (2008)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama, Horror | 10 July 2008 (USA)
Two years after their loved ones were murdered in obsessive rage, the survivors are dragged into a horrific psychological breakdown - and blood soaked plan for revenge.

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Emily Hamilton
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Nancy
Sacha Sacket ...
Eli
Lloyd Pedersen ...
George
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Elliot
Tina Ona Paukstelis ...
Marti White
Darcey Vanderhoef ...
Maggie
Ashley J. Anderson ...
Red
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Hillary
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Brielle
Karen Dilloo ...
Reagan
Walter Rhone ...
Kedric
Sean Michael Lambrecht ...
Corin Buckman
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Jake
Joel Duffrin ...
Josie Lynn
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Two years after OCTOBER MOON (2005) (V), two men enter the lives of the survivors, holding the keys to saving them from their misery...or perhaps creating it. The men have a shared secret about their own pasts which will force the women to confront their own fears and guilt over the events which have already destroyed them. When the truth comes out, the terror once again begins as each of the women and both men are tossed into scenario after scenario of bloodshed, torture and the ultimate hell of death, mutilation and destruction. Written by B+Boy Productions

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It's time to dig up a few old friends... and bury some new ones. See more »


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November Sun  »

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$34,000 (estimated)
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1.78 : 1 (16:9 Anamorphic)
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Film was rushed into production because the main set location from the first film was being sold to new owners and the filmmakers needed to shoot the new film before the new tenants moved in. See more »

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Special Thanks...and Anne Murray, just for being so damned fabulous. See more »

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I enjoyed it
23 February 2011 | by See all my reviews

I won't lie, the main reason I bought this movie (yes, bought) was because Brinke Stevens is in it (and of course after seeing part 1 I had to watch this too). Anyway, as far as the plot I liked it more than October Moon. I enjoyed the additions to the cast too (wish Rochon had more screen time though). Except for the lead, he was okay, but I feel he was cast mostly for his looks than acting ability. Not that he was bad, he just didn't seem THAT comfortable with some of the dialog and in certain scenes.

Anyway, other things I didn't like were the many homophobic scenes. I myself am a gay man who lives in a small town and never ever have been riding my bike down the street to have some "straight" guys throw a can at me, etc, etc... When I watch a movie, I don't want to be reminded there are some closed minded a--holes out there... I just want to be entertained.

Moving on, extra points for getting the original cast back and for giving Darcey Vandersomething more screen time. I enjoyed her, the bickering drag queens and Robyn Griggs' sexy/slutty character the most.


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