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Evil Sister 2 (2001)

A young woman and her father go in search of the twin sister who appears in her dreams.





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Credited cast:
Joseph Haggerty ... Frank (as Joe Hagerty)
Jarrod Robbins ... Widow
Tisha Draft ... Fortune Teller
... June
Jeff Loughridge ... Jake
Tricia Eastland ... Waitress
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Heather Branch ... Lorna / Tam
Brad Sykes ... Photographer


A young woman and her father go in search of the twin sister who appears in her dreams.

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19 June 2001 (USA)  »

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Evil Sister II: Bound by Blood  »

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Videotaped bottom-feeder to avoid.
11 October 2003 | by See all my reviews

Producer David S. Sterling and director/scripter Brad Sykes deliver another camcorder catastrophe in a eye-catching video box to skip out on. Shot on the cheap in Arizona, this follows blonde teen psychic Tamara (Heather Branch) and her stern, overprotective, incestuously-inclined father Frank (Joe Haggerty) on a road trip through the Mojave desert looking for Frank's missing daughter Lorna (also played by Branch, wearing a red wig). The two spend most of their time fighting, cruising down the road in a van, making pit stops at hotels (where Frank handcuffs his daughter to the bed and watches her shower) and crossing paths with a tarot-card reading drifter (Tisha Draft) and a homeless punk named Widow (Jarrod Robbins).

Meanwhile, Lorna (who is mute) is hiding out in an abandoned junkyard preying on stray travelers. Wearing only a cape, she strolls around fully nude, seducing men onto a mattress in the floor of a junked-up trailer, who she then proceeds to viciously stab to death. Lorna turns out to be the victim of a brutal rape (by...guess who?) that has driven her crazy. The attack scenes are very, very bloody and reasonably well done (rapid fire editing is employed) considering the low-grade quality of the rest of this production, which was dedicated to Jean Rollin. Also with Susannah Devereux (the only person in this film who can act) as a woman who briefly befriends Lorna and the director as a photographer.

I don't know a thing about the original EVIL SISTER, but apparently it is so rare that it didn't even make it into the IMDb as of this writing. In any case, if I ever do come across it, I think I'll pass.

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