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When Johnny squeezes the "zit" on his face, the goo obviously squirts from his fingers, not his face. See more »
Who needs chicks when we got demons?
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The Gate (1987) was a quirky horror comedy that I consider to be a classic of its time.
It's not until recently I became aware that it even had a sequel and upon investigation I saw why. The movie was created in 1988 but struggled to get a release, once it finally did it bombed and bombed hard.
Sadly it's clear why this is the case, it's pretty damn bad.
It picks up where we left off as Terry tries to fix all the damage done in the last movie. Sadly things don't go the way he planned and demonic activity kicks off once again.
The laughs are lacking, the horror is minimal and it all looks really quite crummy. Top that off with a really rather lame story and even worse execution and you have a hugely disappointing sequel.
Old school practical effects
Follows on from the original
Things I Learnt From This Movie:
Some sequels simply shouldn't be made
Some things turn to crap, literally
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