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Vacaciones de terror 2 (1989)

The diabolical doll and Pedro return in this sequel. Julio is invited to a birthday party for a little girl on Halloween in a closed movie studio. At the party, he notices she has a doll that resembles the one that his little sister had.

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Pedro Galindo III
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Cast

Cast overview:
Pedro Fernández Pedro Fernández ... Julio
Joaquín Cordero ... Roberto Mondragón
Tatiana Tatiana ... Mayra Mondragón
Luis Camarena Luis Camarena ... Bruja
Renata del Río Renata del Río ... Tania Mondragón
Alfredo Gutiérrez Alfredo Gutiérrez ... Viejo (as Alfredo Gutiérrez 'El Turco')
Ernesto Carregha Ernesto Carregha ... Ramón
Ernesto Casillas Ernesto Casillas ... Policía
Juana Bocanegra Juana Bocanegra ... Delegada
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The diabolical doll and Pedro return in this sequel. Julio is invited to a birthday party for a little girl on Halloween in a closed movie studio. At the party, he notices she has a doll that resembles the one that his little sister had.

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En esta noche de brujas la muerte estara presente.


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Country:

Mexico

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

18 April 1991 (Mexico) See more »

Also Known As:

Vacaciones de terror 2: cumpleaños diábolico See more »

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Stereo

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Color
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In the scene in which Mr. Mondragón speaks to Ramon inside the special effects warehouse a poster of the Tom Cruise film "Cocktail" can be seen hanging on the wall. See more »

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References Cocktail (1988) See more »

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Chicos, Chicos
Written by J.R. Flórez and Gian Pietro Felisatti (as Difelisatti)
Performed by Tatiana
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One for fans of daft crap-fests like Demons 2, Bloody New Year and Demon Wind.
23 July 2011 | by BA_HarrisonSee all my reviews

Julio (Pedro Fernández), wearer of Mexico's most magnificent mullet, does battle with the supernatural once again, this time at the studios of movie magnate Roberto Mondragón (Joaquín Cordero), where the ghost-themed birthday party for Roberto's youngest daughter Tania (Renata del Río) has been rudely crashed by an evil demon.

Directed by Pedro Galindo III, the same man who gave us trashy South American slasher Hell's Trap, Vacations of Terror 2 is typical late 80s/early 90s low-budget nonsense with the emphasis on fun rather than logic—one giant mess of random ideas loosely linked by the slightest of plots. Not one second of this film makes any sense, so my advice is to switch off the brain, chug on a few Cervezas, and be ready with those nachos 'cos this one's got cheese to spare!

With Tania's older sister Mayra (pop songstress Tatiana) being turned into a cake decoration, flaming pumpkin missiles, little Tania being pulled along the ground by unseen forces (or rather, on a skateboard attached to a wire), Mayra performing a crap pop song in its entirety (which, entitled 'Chicos, Chicos Chicos', bears an uncanny similarity to Sabrina's 'Boys Boys Boys'), a phone that squirts goop, and a creepy doll eating an icing witch before transforming into a pointy-eared rubber-nosed monster, this is, of course, utter garbage, but at least it is fairly entertaining garbage.


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