(A. Michael Baldwin) and Reggie (Reggie
Bannister) are still on the search in
order to destroy the Tall Man (Angus
Scrimm) but suddenly Mike discovers that
his dead brother Jody (Bill Thornbury) is
inside one of the Tall Man's steel killer
balls as he helps them along the way to
protect the two of them even if he is
under tha Tall Man's power now.
Unfortunately, the Tall Man found Mike
and has him under his spell too along
with Jody and has his sights on
indoctrinating Mike and finishing the
fight begun so many years ago.
Reggie then travels with his vehicle to
look for Mike and rescue him from the
Tall Man's evil clutches. Along the way
he is kidnapped by a group of thugs but
then is rescued by a brilliant orphan
named Tim (Kevin Connors) who has
invented a number of deadly weapons to
protect himself as his parents were
murdered by the Tall Man himself.
They also rescue a black female warrior
named Rocky (Gloria Lynne Henry) who's
family and whole friends have
All three tries to find missing clues on
Mike as well as his dead brother Jody and
what the Tall Man's purpose of being on
The film shows a
good flashback sequence and then
concluding with Reggie dragging Mike Pearson away
as well as slaughtering the killer dwarfs
too with his weapons.
There's another great moment in a
hospital with the Tall Man appearing in a doorway with a giant light
reflecting on him shouting
"BOOOY!" like in the first film
along with other creepy takes on him.
Also great adventureous situation
on Mike lying on the hospital
bed and a demon nurse trying to kill him and
then Reggie trying to save
the day by using weapons on her. Good effects on the demon nurse shaking and then a steel ball coming out
of her head and then circling around Mike and Reggie with their
We have a good discussion once again
between Reggie and Mike like in the first film talking about Jody Pearson being dead which was impressive to watch.
A perfect moment with Mike
finally encountering his brother Jody and telling him not to touch
him. Next we have a nice effects shot on
a steel ball circling around Mike and Reggie with the two of
them looking nervous along with a good
shot on the steel ball turning to rust
and falling with a good close up shot on the Tall Man staring coldly and speaking towards these
There's a good shot on Edna leaning down to
her car to get something with Reggie approaching from behind
her and then she toys around with a gun
while he tries to take it away from her
and then a perfect angle shot
on Rufus approaching
behind him and hitting him with a bat.
A good battling scene with young Tim throwing
deadly weapons towards People like Edna and Rufus with all kinds of good angle shots.
We spot a great camera shot on a steel
ball moving in for the kill and a good
camera shot rolling in on a woman and
attacking her head.
A good goofy discussion between Reggie and Rocky in a
hotel room as well as some good lustful
shots between the two of them together
which looked truly comedic.
We have a perfect setting after the
comedic lustful scene with Reggie towards Jody in a hallucination scene
of a desert.
A great shot on the Tall Man looking over Mike with a
bunch of steel balls floating on a wall
There's also a great shot on the Tall Man staring
coldly with a red laser light above his
A perfect battling scene that
involves Reggie, Rocky and Tim against Edna, Henry and Rufus resurrected as zombie's which very much
reminds me of the direction used in Night of the Demons 2.
Near the ending looked great at with Mike during his last scene of the film
when he is turning into one of the Tall
Man's people as he looks incredibly eerie
with his shaky words towards Reggie when he walks past him.
Bottom line: What an
improvement! I loved this sequel so much
better. Everything in this film is well
action paced as well as funny too. There's lots of neat special effects used
in this one, probably more than in the
first two. Not only that, the story explains what
those killer stell balls are controlled
by. Lots of great scenery and action fighting
too. Sit back, watch it and enjoy!!!!
The acting is well
done for this second sequel to the
series. Reggie Bannister (Reggie) is
great as usual and humorous (Like in the
first film) too which is a treat too
(Good work Regman). He does
well in a scene trying to convince his fellow actor that his
brother is dead.
It's nice to see A. Michael Baldwin (Mike Pearson) returning
as Mike like he played in the first film
in which he should've played in the first
sequel as it wasn't the same without him.
Bill Thornbury (Jody Pearson) is back YESSSS as the
older sibling Jody (Forget part 2). He
looked great in his role and knew how to
deliver his part even better.
Young child actor Kevin Connors
(Tim) does well with his role as the brilliant
child warrior Tim as he delivers his role
really well for someone so young.
I loved Gloria Lynne Henry (Rocky) as
the tough woman warrior in which you
couldn't find anyone better to play the
Of course Angus Scrimm (Tall Man) still
knew how to portray the creepy and
menacing title character in the flick.
Reggie is dreaming
about fornicating with Gloria Lynne
Henry as Rocky and she is definetely
topless exposing her full breasts.
A blonde's face is
A steel ball crawls out of one of the
Tall Man's people's head.
An axe is stabbed in the head of a female
criminal and a thugs throat is cut open
by a deadly frisbee with spikes.
The Tall Man cuts open the top of a
corses head and takes out the brain.
A head is spun off a zombie of one of the
A steel ball cuts through a zombie
version of Edna's face.
The music is
terrifically composed by Fred Myrow
and Christopher L. Stone have
improved with their scoring in this film
as they add alot of neat touches to it.
There's great low violin and horn playing
with some of the odd chanting sounds too
for the suspenseful moments involving the
Tall Man and the steel ball attacks. The
music indeed sounds very mainstream.
Jody, what the hell are you doing here?
Jody: So what else is new?
Tall Man: It's time now, boy.
Do you think we're playing games kid?
This is for real.
Tim: So is this.
Thanks kid, I owe you one.
Tim: Two. By my count you owe me
Dominate me, baby!
Ever try vanilla?
Shit! What the hell are those?
Cryogenics. All the mortuaries are into
it now. These guys figure they'll wake up
in a couple of hundred years with new
Some folks never know when to give it up.
[laughs] Now, look who's talkin.
Sure fucked up my hallway.
You're in trouble. You're in trouble.
I sure hope that ball got a better sense
of direction than mine do.
It's been nice knowing you boys, but this
kickin' zombie ass just ain't my gig.
Reggie: Get out of
here. It's all over.
The Tall Man: It's never over.