Having recently witnessed the horrific results of a top secret project to bring the dead back to life, a distraught youth performs the operation on his girlfriend after she's killed in a motorcycle accident.
James T. Callahan,
Angela, the universe's most unpleasant party crasher, returns! Angela's sister, Mouse, is taken by her bullying Catholic school classmates to a party at Angela's favorite haunt, and before long, everybody's being turned into demons and only a butt-kickin' nun, who wields her ruler like a mighty sword of steel, can save the day.Written by
Brian J. Wright <firstname.lastname@example.org>
In a scene involving the preparation of a Halloween party, a student can be seen briefly stacking cans of Coca-Cola onto a table. The Coca-Cola cans feature the Sundblom Santa Clause which is an annual Christmas marketing campaign by Coca-Cola just before Christmas and not as early as October (when the party takes place). This may possibly indicate this portion of the film was filmed around December or just after. See more »
Hey, Mouse is all right. She's just had it little rough, that's all.
A little rough? So who hasn't?
Well, listen to this: About a year ago her parents were sent a weird Halloween card. It was home-made and really creepy; like decorated with dead bugs and dried blood, totally disgusting... anyway it was signed by Angela.
They really took it hard. Everyone tried to convince them that it was just a really bad joke, but they swore it was her signature.
A year later they both comitted suicide.
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There are some horror movies that not contribute anything to the genre...And still they're not to be missed. Like the Night of the Demons series ! They're not classics and they never will be...but you sure curse yourself if you miss 'em. This series is just so much fun. It delivers what young horror fans expect. Tons of blood and buckets of gore, loud metal music and gorgeous babes ( we'll come back to that later ). There isn't much of a story or a plot, just some kids who go to celebrate Halloween in the legendary Hull House and...guess what...they raise a demon and bring it out of hell into our world !! This demon has an urban legend attached to her ! She's named Angela and has the honor of being the mistress of Satan himself !! You hear it, no Orson Welles' writing but pure entertainment. The film starts with a scene in which Angela slaughters a couple of Jehova witnesses, so a great mood is set immediately. There's absolutely no tension or atmosphere present in this whole movie, and that's a bit of a shame. The crew of NOTD2 put so much work in the comedy elements that they totally forgot to add a bit of thriller aspects. So it's purely a horror comedy and not every fan appreciates that. I don't mind, though. Sure this film will never rank on top of my favorites list but I sure loved watching it ( ...and re-watching it ) Just don't take it too seriously. The film itself didn't do that neither...
Time for the cast !!! I'm not very much praising their talent because, well..., it's missing for most of them. But they ( and by "they" I mean the girls ) are gorgeous ! Let's honor Angela first. Amelia Kincade is just as sexy as in the original. In her normal form she looks like a Godess and she's perfectly backed up by Bibi, Terri and Shirley...I don't know all their real names but who cares ? They're beautiful and not afraid to show a bit of their lovely bodies. Everybody in this film is horny by the way...
Favorite "rewind" moment : Without a doubt...Angela's erotic dance act at the Halloween party ! Staring with your eyes wide open, I assure you !
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