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Decadent Evil Dead II: A step down from the original
The first Decadent Evil was vintage Full Moon Productions, in other words it wasn't great but it at least had something going for it.
Decadent Evil II carries straight on from the original following our lovebirds from the original film, little Marvin and Ivan (Even though frustratingly he isn't played by Phil Fondacaro this time) With a less original storyline, less charm but a fantastic soundtrack full of unknown rock acts the film isn't without it's merits but certainly has less than the original.
A third part seems somewhat unlikely now and I think that's a shame. One more adventure for our human, vampire, little person & er....littler red man?! could have been good.
Decadent Evil II isn't bad and it's great that it follows straight on from the original but it fails to be quite as entertaining.
I believe I mentioned that the first movie had one of the most unusual sex scenes in movie history. This film pays homage to that and closes with one that rivals even that!? Cringe worthy yet laugh inducing.
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