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Demons 2 ()

Dèmoni 2... l'incubo ritorna (original title)
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A group of tenants and visitors are trapped in a 10-story high-rise apartment building infested with demons who proceed to hunt the dwindling humans down.

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David Edwin Knight ...
George (as David Knight)
Nancy Brilli ...
Hannah
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Sally Day (as Coralina Cataldi Tassoni)
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Hank
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Ingrid Haller
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Mary the Prostitute
Anita Bartolucci ...
Woman with Dog
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Ingrid's Father
Luisa Passega ...
Helga Haller
Davide Marotta ...
Demon Tommy
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Tommy
Dario Casalini ...
Danny - Ulla's boyfriend
Michele Mirabella ...
Hooker's Client
Lorenzo Gioielli ...
Jake
Maria Chiara Sasso ...
Ulla, partygoer with camera
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Security Guard
Andrea Garinei ...
Partygoer waiting for Jacob
Luca De Nardo ...
Partygoer
Angela Frondaroli ...
Susan, bodybuilder
Caroline Christina Lund ...
Jennifer, bodybuilder
Karen Gennaro ...
Bodybuilder
Marina Loi ...
Kate
Silvia Rosa ...
Partygoer / Demon
Monica Umena ...
Partygoer
Lorenzo Flaherty ...
Partygoer
Fabio Poggiali ...
Muller, Bodybuilder
Andrea Spera ...
Partygoer
Pascal Persiano ...
Joe (TV Show)
Robert Chilcott ...
Bob (TV Show)
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Pam, girl with camera (TV Show) (as Eliana Hoppe)
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Jacob's Girl
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Jacob
Furio Bilotta ...
Man in back of Jacob's car
Giovanna Pini ...
Girl in back of Jacob's car / Woman in Garage
Stefano Molinari ...
Demon on TV
Pasquele Valente ...
Tommy's Father
Kim Rhone ...
Tommy's Mother
Annalie Harrison ...
Sally's Mother
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Sally's Father (uncredited)
Victor Beard ...
Hank (uncredited) (voice)

Directed by

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Lamberto Bava

Written by

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Dario Argento ... (written by)
 
Lamberto Bava ... (written by)
 
Franco Ferrini ... (written by)
 
Dardano Sacchetti ... (written by)

Produced by

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Dario Argento ... producer
Ferdinando Caputo ... executive producer

Music by

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Simon Boswell

Cinematography by

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Gianlorenzo Battaglia

Film Editing by

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Piero Bozza
Franco Fraticelli

Editorial Department

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Fabrizio Fraticelli ... assistant editor
Franco Fraticelli ... supervising editor
Alessandro Gabriele ... assistant editor
Roberto Priori ... assistant editor
David Block ... colorist (uncredited)

Casting By

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Roberto Palmerini

Art Direction by

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Davide Bassan

Costume Design by

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Nicola Trussardi

Makeup Department

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Giacinto Bretti ... makeup artist
Barbara Morosetti ... makeup artist
Rosario Prestopino ... key makeup artist / special makeup effects

Production Management

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Guido De Laurentiis ... production manager
Fabrizio Diaz ... unit manager
Antonio Saragò ... unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Fabrizio Bava ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Maurizio Jacopelli ... property master (as Maurizio Iacopelli)
Valeria Paoloni ... set dresser

Sound Department

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Nick Alexander ... dialogue editor
Massimo Anzellotti ... sound effects editor
Raffaele De Luca ... sound mixer
Romano Pampaloni ... re-recording engineer
Federico Savina ... stereo sound consultant: Dolby

Special Effects by

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Danilo Bollettini ... special effects
Massimo Cristofanelli ... special effects technician
Barbara Morosetti ... mechanical creations assistant
Sergio Stivaletti ... mechanical and transformation effects

Visual Effects by

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Aldo Mafera ... titles & opticals

Stunts

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Claudio Pacifico ... stunt performer
Nazzareno Zamperla ... stunt coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Francesco Bellomo ... still photographer: action stills
Domenico Caiuli ... gaffer
Stefano Falivene ... assistant camera
Federico Martucci ... focus puller
Franco Micheli ... key grip
Paolo Tiberti ... grip
Guido Tosi ... camera operator

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Andrea Caputo ... production secretary
Egle Friggeri ... production secretary
Francesca Ghiotto ... continuity
Enrico Lucherini ... unit publicist
Gianluca Pignatelli ... unit publicist
Renato Rinaldo ... production accountant
Paola Rossi ... production secretary

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

A documentary is shown on TV of group of teens who investigate the legendary forbidden zone, in which a Demon infestation once took place (see Demoni I). When finding a lifeless corpse of a demon, one of the teens causes the resurrection of it, and the demon makes it's way into the nearby world by TV-broadcast... An unlucky girl, having her birthday-party at that time, gets possessed by the demon while watching the documentary and soon the entire building in which she lives turns into a living nightmare.... Written by The Snoek

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Taglines The Nightmare Returns See more »
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Also Known As
  • Dèmoni 2 (Italy)
  • Demons 2: The Nightmare Is Back (United States)
  • Demons 2: The Nightmare Returns (United States)
  • Demons 2 (United States)
  • Demons 2: The Nightmare Continues (United Kingdom)
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  • 88 min
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Budget $1,500,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia The scene where Hannah (Nancy Brilli) has a baby was not part of the original script. Originally, Hannah's baby would become a demon inside her and claw its way out of her. This scene was taken out when Lamberto Bava and Dario Argento decided they wanted a happier ending. See more »
Goofs The birthday cake shown at about 25 minutes into the film is not the same one we were shown at the start of the film, the hand-lettering is different, actually more legible than it originally was. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Creepers & Creatures (2011). See more »
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Quotes [Sally is frantically putting on her makeup]
Ulla, partygoer with camera: You look great, Sally. Honest.
Sally Day: Not true! My hair stinks! This dress stinks! Look, this whole thing is disgusting! These sleeves on this go back and forth! What am I gonna do?
Ulla, partygoer with camera: We came to celebrate you, not your dress.
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