A filmmaker decides to turn the camera back on and returns to his investigation of the Blackwell Ghost in this sequel documentary. After being provided with new information from someone who knew Mrs. Blackwell personally, the filmmaker begins to follow clues that ultimately bring him back to the haunted house for one final stay. A documentary that shows actual ghost footage captured on camera.
Cast & Crew:
Turner Clay Terri Czapleski
Director: Turner Clay
Movie Rating: 5 out of 5
After I watched the first one I wasn’t sure if it was real or fake, and after googling it I was still a bit on the fence. But after thinking about it some more it was rather obvious it was just a movie, not a documentary. There was something that happened in this movie that solidified that it was a movie, not a documentary but sitting here typing this I cannot for the life of me remember that it was. Either way, it really doesn’t matter I enjoyed the first one a lot so I decided to spend $3.99 to watch it and I was entertained. Kind of like the Bad Ben movies as long as they are being made I will continue to watch them.
Oh yeah, I just remembered what happened to make me know it’s a movie, the fact when he pulled the box out of the hole he dug he acted like it weighed a ton. The box was just full of dirt and teeth, both which doesn’t weigh that much. Either way watch this movie, you will enjoy it but make sure you watch the first one before this.
They’re Back From The Dead and Ready to Party! On his first day on the job at a medical supply warehouse, poor Freddy unwittingly releases toxic gas from a secret U.S. military canister, unleashing an unbelievable terror. The gas reanimates an army of corpses, who arise from their graves with a ravenous hunger…for human brains!
Director: Dan O’Bannon Writer: Rudy Ricci (story), John A. Russo (story)
Movie Rating: 5 out of 5
This is hands down one of my favorite zombie movies. I can still remember seeing it not too long after it came out. I recall my dad renting it on VHS for us to watch. Granted I was only probably around 9 years old but my parents never censored what I was able to watch. I guess since they never made a big deal out of nudity in a movie I never looked at it as a big deal. I loved watching this in the mid-80s and I still love watching it now.
The first horror convention I ever went to was ScareFest and one of the main guests there that year were Linnea Quigley, Don Calfa and Beverly Randolph. Being such a fan of this movie that was an amazing experience for me.
One thing that has always struck me odd was the fact James Karen and Thom Mathews were in the first and second ROTLD films but played different characters. Also noticed they did that for parts 4 and 5 or maybe 5 or 6. Can’t really remember. Either way with this movie 30+ years if you haven’t watched it yet, what in the heck are you waiting for? Get to it!