Return of the Living Dead Part II

Return of the Living Dead Part II

James Karen
Director: Ken Wiederhorn Cast: James Karen
James Karen
, Thom Matthews
Thom Matthews
, Michael Kenworthy
Michael Kenworthy
Ken Wiederhorn

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Overview

A virtual remake of its predecessor, Return of the Living Dead (1985), which itself was a tongue-in-cheek rip-off of director George Romero's Night of the Living Dead (1968), this follow-up adheres strictly to a gore and gags formula. Jesse Wilson (Michael Kenworthy), is a young boy being bullied by thugs from the neighborhood when all of them discover a sealed drum containing a zombie corpse. The release of a gas from the container reanimates the dead in a nearby graveyard, thus releasing an army of the undead, which mindlessly crave living human brains. As Jesse tries to contact the military to put a lid on the situation, the zombies are dispatched through a variety of gruesome methods. Two stars of the first film, James Karen and Thom Mathews, return in essentially the same parts, but with different names, as their characters were previously slaughtered. Followed by a third entry in the seires, Return of the Living Dead 3 (1993).

Product Details

Release Date: 09/04/2018
UPC: 0826663189278
Original Release: 1988
Source: Shout Factory
Sales rank: 14,899

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
James Karen Ed
Thom Matthews Joey
Michael Kenworthy Jesse Wilson
Marsha Dietlein Lucy Wilson
Dana Ashbrook Tom Essex
Philip Bruns Doc Mandel
Suzanne Snyder Brenda
Thor Van Lingen Billy
Jason Hogan Johnny
Suzan Stadner Aerobics Instructor
Jonathan Terry Colonel
Sally Smythe Billy's Mom
Don Maxwell Billy's Dad
Reynold Cindrich Soldier
Mitch Pileggi Sarge
Arturo Bonilla Les
Terrence Riggins Frank
James McIntire Officer
Anne O. Marshall Special Zombie
Alexandre Trauner Tarman
Larry Nicholas Jesse's Double
Forrest J. Ackerman Special Zombie
Douglas Benson Special Zombie
David Eby Special Zombie
Nicholas Hernandez Special Zombie
Derek Loughran Special Zombie
Richard Moore Special Zombie
Steve Neuvenheim Special Zombie
Brian Peck Special Zombie
Peachy Keene Worm Woman

Technical Credits
Ken Wiederhorn Director,Screenwriter
Glenn Anderson Sound/Sound Designer
Joseph Belladonna Songwriter
Charles Benante Songwriter
Chalres Bornstein Editor
Brian Cadd Songwriter
Paul Carmen Songwriter
David Chackler Musical Direction/Supervision
Robin S. Clark Production Manager
Julian Cope Songwriter
Eugene Crum Special Effects
Gary Lee Davis Stunts
Robert Elswit Cinematographer
Tom Fox Producer
Frank Bello Songwriter
Terry Frazee Special Effects
Geoffrey Gayer Songwriter
William S. Gilmore Co-producer
Dewey Gene Grigg Special Effects
Carey Howe Songwriter
Scott Ian Songwriter
Joe Lamont Songwriter
Mantronik Songwriter
John Moon Martin Songwriter
Kenny Myers Makeup Special Effects
Michael Olivieri Songwriter
Robert Palmer Songwriter
Dale Allan Pelton Art Director
William R. Perry Stunts
Bobby "Boris" Pickett Songwriter
Love Reaction Songwriter
Shari Rhodes Casting
Dean Roberts Songwriter
J. Peter Robinson Score Composer
John Rooney Songwriter
Suzette Sheets Set Decoration/Design
Dan Spitz Songwriter
M.C. Tee Songwriter
Zodiac Mindwarp Songwriter

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Return of the Living Dead Part II 3.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
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this movie was a waste of money. it was supposed to be a 'horror-comedy' however i didn't find it to be either. there was absolutely no suspense past chapter 5, it had no plot, it left a lot of things unresolved, the acting here was awful. not to mention they had two of the actors from the first movie in this one in different roles, but i swear its like they just weren't even trying. the zombie scenes were the lousiest parts. definitely a waste of money, not even worth renting. the first and third movie were so awesome, definitely check those out but avoid this one.