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Ripper 2: Letter from Within (2004)

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Sequel to the hugely successful Ripper:Letter from Hell.

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Complete credited cast:
... Molly Keller
Nicholas Irons ... Erich Goeth
Mhairi Morrison ... Juliette Dureau (as Mhairi Steenbock)
Jane Peachey ... Lara Svetlana
Daniel Coonan ... Grant Jessup
... Roberto Edwards
Myfanwy Waring ... Sally Trigg
... Marya
Curtis Matthew ... Psychologist
... Dr. Weisser
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The director of an asylum offers to the serial killer Molly Keller a chance to be submitted to a pilot unconventional experiment in Prague, in the Weisser Institute. Molly accepts, and she travels to the clinic, where Dr. Samuel Wiesser developed a treatment using a virtual world, and Molly and deranged youngsters would be trial subjects. However, something does not work well in the experiment, and when the patients die in their trip, the same happens in the real world. The explanation is a huge twist point in the very end of the story. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Rated R for strong sexual content, violence and language | See all certifications »
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3 August 2004 (Netherlands)  »

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Death door - La porta dell'inferno  »

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UK casting assistant Jevon O'Neill is mistakenly credited as Casing Assistanct: UK. See more »

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Referenced in The Benchwarmers (2006) See more »

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by Peter Allen and Evan Tylor
performed by Peter Allen and Evan Tylor
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Good Entertainment
23 August 2005 | by See all my reviews

The director of an asylum offers to the serial killer Molly Keller (Erin Karpluk) a chance to be submitted to a pilot unconventional experiment in Prague, in the Weisser Institute. Molly accepts, and she travels to the clinic, where Dr. Samuel Wiesser (Richard Bremmer) developed a treatment using a virtual world, and Molly and deranged youngsters would be trial subjects. However, something does not work well in the experiment, and when the patients die in their trip, the same happens in the real world. The explanation is a huge twist point in the very end of the story.

"Ripper 2: Letter from Within" is not so bad as indicated in IMDb User Rating. The ham actor Richard Bremmer is very funny with his horrible acting; there are many beautiful women and breasts; the death scenes, the special effects and the atmosphere are great for a B-movie; and the story has a great plot point in the end that makes a difference. I respect the other viewers' opinion, but I liked this slash movie. My vote is six.

Title (Brazil): "Ripper 2"


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