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House II: The Second Story 1987 123movies

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It's an all new house with brand new ownersMay. 14, 198788 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – The new owner of a sinister house gets involved with reanimated corpses and demons searching for an ancient Aztec skull with magic powers.
Plot: Jesse has returned to this old family mansion after his parents were murdered when he was a baby. While going through old things in the basement, Jesse finds a picture of his great-great grandfather in front of a Mayan temple holding a crystal skull with jewels in the eyes. In the background is a man Jesse learns is Slim Razor, a former partner of his great-great grandfather turned bitter enemy after a disagreement over who would get to keep the skull.
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Pretty Good for a Sequel!
Another house, another set of house-guests. Although the first few scenes make you wonder if the movie was worth seeing, you’re soon captivated by this movie. “House II” continues the comedic tradition set forth in the first “House”. Arye Gross is as excellent as ever as Jesse, the new owner of the house, and Jonathan Stark, best known for his voice abilities in animated shows, is without equal in his role as Jesse’s quirky and weird friend Charlie.

This movie will take you from the Wild West to the ancient Aztecs to the Crustaceous Period to the present time (October 30, 1986 in the movie). Charlie and Jesse get involved in one absolutely hilarious adventure after another. Like “House I”, this movie is horror with a comedy bent, and doesn’t have the nudity, language, or extreme violence that categorized most horrors of the eighties. It’s good, clean fun. Sure, there’s a few long-dead guests, but they’re basically harmless. Add to the thrill some humorous, and well-done, special effects, and some interesting new pets, and you’ve got a winner!

If you enjoy “House II”, it would be worth your while to check out “The Never-Ending Story” — they work on a similar bent of fantasy and comedic special effects to catch your interest. Some viewers may also enjoy movies like “The Adventures of Pecos Bill”. and more die-hard horror fans might also like “Tales From the Crypt Presents Demon Knight”

Review By: Taiyo Rating: Date: 1998-12-10
Good Parts + Random Junk = Mediocrity
The enjoyable parts prevent this from being a truly bad film, but only just. The original “House” probably never made anyone’s list of top horror movies, but it’s entertaining in its own, modest way. I can’t say the same for “House II.” Nor can I honestly say it’s a sequel. It doesn’t feature any of the characters from the original. It’s also a completely different house. The house in “House” was built on a weak spot between our world and the world of the dead, while the house in “House II” was built at the crossroads of time and space. This is, I believe, an important distinction. There doesn’t seem to be any reason for calling this “House II,” except to justify the clever subtitle.

But that’s not the only problem. The filmmakers clearly didn’t know what kind of film they wanted to make, and the result is a jumbled mess. It starts off promising, and is shaping up to be a good haunted-house horror film when it suddenly and inexplicably becomes a fantasy-adventure comedy, during which time the ghost that the movie once seemed to be centered around is never seen and hardly mentioned. Then, after the viewer has adjusted to the new premise, the ghost comes back, and none of the threads brought up during the middle part are properly resolved. It’s all pushed aside for a dramatic dénouement, followed by a final scene that raises further questions rather than answering any of the many existing ones.

I should also add that this movie contains several insults to the viewer’s intelligence, which I wouldn’t excuse even if it were an out-and-out comedy. In one scene, our hero falls hundreds of feet, but falls into a portal that lets him out right above the floor in his own house. The problem is that his momentum shouldn’t change, so he should still be dead. In another scene, a zombie is strangled until he loses consciousness. Just think about that one for a moment.

So why did I give this an average review? Because there are good points. It’s original, for starters. It may be hugely disjointed with little internal logic, but at least it isn’t just retreading old clichés. It features characters who you care about, because they’re fairly believable and interesting. It boasts special effects that are well above par for 1987, and some visually intriguing scenes and designs. The humor, as misplaced as it may be at times, is often quite funny. And, above all, there is John Ratzenberger as “Bill Towner, electrician and adventurer.” The part with him is just great, not just because of his performance, but the way his character is written, and the sequence’s juxtaposition of the banal and the otherworldly. Sadly, he’s only in that one scene. If the movie had begun and ended with him, it could have been an ’80s fantasy comedy classic (but still wouldn’t really be a sequel to “House”). Actually, there are at least three different movies in here, all of which could have been good if they hadn’t been thrown together to form a single, unfocused movie.

“House II” isn’t a winner, nor is it a complete waste of time. Watch it if the things I’ve described have piqued your curiosity, but don’t expect it to be too entertaining overall.

Review By: lee-p-sherman Rating: 5 Date: 2010-01-12

Other Information:

Original Title House II: The Second Story
Release Date 1987-05-14
Release Year 1987

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 28 min (88 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 7800000
Status Released
Rated PG-13
Genre Comedy, Fantasy, Horror
Director Ethan Wiley
Writer Fred Dekker (inspired by an original story by), Ethan Wiley
Actors Arye Gross, Jonathan Stark, Royal Dano, Bill Maher
Country USA
Awards 1 nomination.
Production Company New World Pictures, Sean S. Cunningham Films
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix Mono
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Arriflex Cameras and Lenses
Laboratory Metrocolor, Culver City (CA), USA
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm

House II: The Second Story 1987 123movies
House II: The Second Story 1987 123movies
House II: The Second Story 1987 123movies
House II: The Second Story 1987 123movies
House II: The Second Story 1987 123movies
House II: The Second Story 1987 123movies
House II: The Second Story 1987 123movies
House II: The Second Story 1987 123movies
House II: The Second Story 1987 123movies
House II: The Second Story 1987 123movies
Original title House II: The Second Story
TMDb Rating 5.6 161 votes

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