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An improvement over the first one. This entry has almost the exact same plot as the first one. A student is killed and The Skulls set about covering up the death, but a student witnesses it and tries to bring The Skulls to justice.
Nothing really remarkable, but the film is decently paced, and has an appealing enough cast and some sexy moments. Plus it isn't nowhere near as cliched and over the top as the first one.
Rated R; For One Scene of Partial Nudity.
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