It’s great that Feldman returned for the sequel, but he gave one of the worst performances I’ve ever seen, even in a b-movie. He said everything in this deep voice that is reminiscent of a kid trying to sound older on the telephone. Then he delivered his horrible lines with an awkwardness only found in first time actors. Of course, this was not his first film.
The other performances were just as bad. No one could have made this script work, but these actors were definitely not up to the task. But it wasn’t completely their fault. The director set them up for failure on more than one occasion by leaving the camera on them, or putting them at odd angles or in awkward lighting. I realize this was made as cheap as possible, but everyone involved could have done better.
As far as story goes, it didn’t have much of one. The film was 94 minutes long, but I think they really only had about 60 minutes of actual film. They filled in the other 34 minutes with worthless scenes and extended “action” sequences. And I use that term very loosely. The action was merely a series of quick edits that put your imagination to the test as to what really happened.
Edgar Frog’s Guide to Coming Back Alive (5:07): Yeah, Corey Feldman (with the overly deep voice) gives a little featurette about how you kill vampires and survive around vampires. It was cheesy and there were too many movie scenes.
Alternate Endings (3:32): WTF?! Okay, these are two slightly different alternate endings, both alluding to Alan Frog still being alive, but as a vampire, and he’s coming back. Now, bringing Alan Frog back as a master vampire and having Corey Feldman as a master vampire hunter is actually a GOOD story as opposed to this crap fest we just sat through. So the only redeeming quality about the film got left on the cutting room floor.
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