Night of the Demons 2: Angela's Revenge (1994) Horror Movie Review
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Brian Trenchard-Smith’s 1994 sequel to "Night of the Demons", titled "Night of the Demons 2: Angela’s Revenge" is a very good sequel in my opinion. The film features some familiar faces such as Darin Heames (from the Fear) and even a young Christine Taylor (who played Marsha from the Brady Bunch Movie).
"Night of the Demons 2: Angela’s Revenge" is a film about a few troubled, misbehaving teens at a church school. They lose their privileges to go to the Halloween dance and decide to escape to attend their own party at the mysterious abandoned funeral parlor known as Hull House, which is said to be haunted by the ghost of a young girl named Angela who disappeared while partying there a few years before. One of the teens going to the party just happens to be Michelle (or Mouse, as the teens call her while taunting her) who is in fact Angela’s little sister.
The cruel teens taunt Mouse and even pretend that they’re going to sacrifice her with a knife, which ends up being fake. They disturb the spirits in the house and begin becoming possessed one by one. It’s up to a student named Perry who suspected the existence of demons in Hull House all along and a bad ass nun known as Sister Gloria to stop the demons.
Much like the first "Night of the Demons", this sequel also reminds me much of the Evil Dead movies, they even mention the Necronomicon. Much like the first, this film is pure 80’s cheese, with some frightening moments, and bizarre/hilarious moments (when the girls breasts become crazy demonic hands and burn the [**] out of that one guy… ahah what the hell).. "Night of the Demons 2: Angela’s Revenge" is another great movie to add to the collection, or just have fun watching.
Synopsis:High-schoolers throw a Halloween party in a mansion haunted by a young demon
About Night of the Demons 2: Angela's Revenge (1994)
Starring: James W. Quinn, Amelia Kinkade, Robert Jayne, Rick Peters, Zoe Trilling, Darin Heames, Christine Taylor, Rod McCary, Ladd York, Mark Neely, Rachel Longaker, Cristi Harris, Merle Kennedy, Johnny Moran, Jennifer Rhodes
Runtime: 96 minutes
Director: Brian Trenchard-Smith
MPAA Rating: R
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