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The Brotherhood 2: Young Warlocks (2001)

John, a new student at an exclusive private school, is having trouble with a group of bullying jocks who are jealous of his friendship with beautiful classmate Mary. He's intrigued, then, ... See full summary »

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David DeCoteau

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Matthew Jason Walsh (screenplay by), Matthew Jason Walsh (story by) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Forrest Cochran Forrest Cochran ... Luc
Sean Faris ... John Van Owen
Stacey Scowley ... Mary Stewart
Jennifer Capo Jennifer Capo ... Ms. Stevens
Justin Allen Justin Allen ... Matt Slayton
C.J. Thomason ... Marcus Ratner
Noah Frank ... Harlan Ratcliff
Greg Lyczkowski Greg Lyczkowski ... Randall
Julie Briggs Julie Briggs ... Headmistress Grimes
Ari Welkom ... Alex
Holly Sampson ... Trini
Braden Bacha ... Chandler Academy Student #1
Chris Carver ... Chandler Academy Student
Natalie Fay Natalie Fay ... Chandler Academy Student
Heather Gannon Heather Gannon ... Girl In Coffee Shop (as Heather Gagnon)
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John, a new student at an exclusive private school, is having trouble with a group of bullying jocks who are jealous of his friendship with beautiful classmate Mary. He's intrigued, then, when enigmatic misfit Luc offers him a chance to get back at them using witchcraft - but doesn't realise that the price of his new-found power may be his life. Written by Ross Horsley <rosshorsley@yahoo.com>

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Class begins at the Witching hour! See more »

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Horror

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Official Sites:

Rapid Heart Pictures

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

25 September 2001 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Brotherhood - la confrérie See more »

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Production Co:

Rapid Heart Pictures See more »
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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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In John's sunglasses, right after they have joined the Brotherhood. See more »

Quotes

John Van Owen: I never killed anyone... except you
[stabs Luc]
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Better than the first, but not by much...
24 January 2004 | by tulsastormSee all my reviews

After watching the disaster called The Brotherhood, I vowed I would not watch any of the sequels. I guess curiosity got the best of me because there I was buying Brotherhood II on PPV. The acting and dialogue were much better than the first movie; however, the plot was missing entirely from this film. At least the first Brotherhood had some potential to be better than it was.

Also, I wouldn't call this a sequel. The first movie had a Dracula theme. This movie has a completely different set of young actors and focuses on witchcraft. If you are expecting any wand waving or hocus pocus, you will be sadly disappointed. About the only magical transformation you'll see is 3 dweebs become the most popular in school, and yet still remain only marginal looking.

If this movie is directed toward a gay audience, I don't see the point in wrapping up overt homoeroticism in an otherwise heterosexual plot. That's what makes The Brotherhood movies so frustrating and unrealistic to watch. Let the guys lust after each other already! And for gosh sakes, give these actors something other than cheap white boxer-briefs to run around in. Unless you've got the time and money to blow on this flick, don't bother.


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