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Dementia: Part II (2018)

When an ex-con takes a job as a handyman for an unstable elderly woman to avoid a parole violation, it becomes a choice he may regret.


Matt Mercer (co-director), Mike Testin (co-director)
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Credited cast:
Suzanne Voss ... Suzanne Goldblum
Matt Mercer ... Wendell
Najarra Townsend ... Sheila
Graham Skipper ... Reggie
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Stacy Snyder ... Stacy (voice)
Cathy Tuttle Cathy Tuttle ... Squirrel (voice)
Teya Wolvington Teya Wolvington


Wendell receives a threatening phone call from his parole officer Reggie - if he doesn't find a job immediately, he will face serious legal repercussions. Wendell wrangles some home maintenance work for a seemingly benign older woman, Suzanne, who persists in giving him increasingly absurd tasks to complete around the house. As the workday progresses, Wendell is thrown into an ever-escalating nightmare, and comes face to face with an unexpected evil. Suzanne hides a dark secret. And it's up to Wendell and Suzanne's daughter, Sheila to put an end to her madness.

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Suzanne wasn't always this confused. She wasn't always dead either.


Comedy | Horror


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Different beast
21 February 2019 | by kosmaspSee all my reviews

I watched the first Dementia before seeing this, because I thought they would be connected. They are not and that is not necessarily a bad thing. The first one was finished, this is sort of a spin off or like another episode with a different set of actors and a different setting to the same theme more or less.

The main character/actor is likeable, even when he does things that may not be appropriate. But the movie itself is not appropriate. And some may argue and not be satisfied with the performances (the director taking on the lead and so forth), but you would derive yourself of the fun you could have. Although "fun" might be a stretch here since this gets pretty gross at times (many times to be exact). So depending on your views on that and your threshold, this may feel like torture. On the other hand, if you go with the flow, it is a decent little independet movie/horror

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21 May 2021 (USA) See more »

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