Don't have an account? Following an ever-growing epidemic of zombies that have risen from the dead, two Philadelphia S.W.A.T. | Rating: 1.5/4 Please enter your email address and we will email you a new password. The ultimate popcorn flick and perfect for aspiring monster makeup wannabes. I was getting really bored.

Ed and Joey go to the mausoleum and Jesse is released and runs home. And, in the end, it all leads to the power station where electricity now comes into play. The two movies are pretty much similar in terms of content, but what is lacking this time around is freshness. User Ratings There's a problem loading this menu right now. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. There's something wrong here; something very wrong indeed, and I think it is that this movie stinks of its foul odor. Ed, Joey and Brenda run to Jesse's house and team up with Lucy and Tom trying to survive to the brain eaters. It's occasionally funny, but will always be in the shadow of the far greater film that preceded it and what it so desperately tries to imitate throughout. If they don't censor them to pieces because something from yesterday may offend someone today, they 'remaster' it, recolor it, or 'update' the soundtrack. This page works best with JavaScript. [18 Jan 1988, p.7C]. With James Karen, Thom Mathews, Michael Kenworthy, Thor Van Lingen. External Reviews Don't go into it expecting the classic original and you can have a good time. His sister Lucy Wilson (Marsha Dietlein) tells him to do the homework. Did we really need a sequel ? For this film, in trying to do that they butchered the audio, in some scenes it's completely derailed like a really cheap dub job.

The acting was poor, the script was poor, and there is virtually NO GORE! A sub-plot involves juvenile delinquency and acceptance as the zombies horse around, steal the scenes and get in the way. There are many ways to (possibly) enjoy a movie as horrible as this one, and I can't list all of them. The odd thing in this sequel is they clearly follow the same plot route as the first. This time around one of those drums from the first one falls off a truck and these kids open it, once again awakening the living dead.
And believe me, that's all there is to it.
It all starts when some kids open a barrel of Tri-oxin that accidentally fell off a Army truck. Yet, right when Thom Matthews was about to be type-cast in horror movies, he said, "Sure, I'll do it." Check box if your review contains spoilers. The make-up is fantastic especially the zombie that comes out of the water tunnel (same zombie from the basement in the first one?). Please click the link below to receive your verification email. Maybe it's the fact that the sophistication of special effects in films probably peaked somewhere around here, before CGI came along in the 90s and took all the fun out of them.