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Director  Jim Wynorski
Language  English
3.8/10 IMDb

Country  United States
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Writer  Erik Anjou, Rick Glassman
Release date  April 22, 1992 (1992-04-22)
Tagline  Call if you dare!

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976-EVIL II, also known as 976-EVIL 2: The Astral Factor, is a 1992 supernatural horror–slasher movie directed by Jim Wynorski.


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The tagline for the movie was: "Call if you dare!" The film is a sequel to the 1988 horror film 976-EVIL. The movie was referenced in Invasion of the Scream Queens (1992).

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Spike battles the supernatural in a small Californian college town. Someone is killing college co-eds at rate that is causing alarm. A pretty student, Robin, learns that her dean, Prof. Grubeck, is a ghost using astral projection and a satanic 976 “horrorscope” hotline to kill students.


  • Debbie James as Robin
  • Rene Assa as Mr. Grubeck
  • Patrick O'Bryan as Spike
  • Philip McKeon as Taylor
  • Leslie Ryan as Paula
  • Brigitte Nielsen as Agnes
  • Rod McCary as Dr. Jamison
  • Paul Coufos as Stone
  • Karen Mayo-Chandler as Laurie
  • George 'Buck' Flower as Turrell
  • Sigal Diamant as Barmaid
  • Joy Ballard as Stripper
  • Yavone Evans as reporter
  • Eric Anjou as detective
  • Angela Gordon as cashier
  • Christopher Garr as Skeech
  • Production

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    The film was directed by Jim Wynorski who had gained a reputation for making a number of sequels, such as Deathstalker 2. "People would just come to me and ask," said Wynorski. "And I always said "yes". I wanted the money and the experience. There were only a couple of films that I turned down. I always wanted to make a sequel only if the previous film was bad. There wasn't much point to a sequel if the previous release was really great. I wanted to make a sequel that was better than the first one."

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    Wynorski later said "I hate that film... It was tough to make. I was handed a script and I didn't think it was very good." The only part of the film he liked was a sequence where a girl was meant to be sucked into a Pac Man machine. This was too expensive to film so Wynorski came up with the idea, based on a dream, where he recreated a scene from It's a Wonderful Life (1946). He could do this because that film was in the public domain. "For me that's the one stand out aspect of that film, 'cause it's so weird," he said.

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    The film featured Brigitte Nielsen in a small role. Wynorski met her at a party and they played pool together. Wynorski challenged her to a wager - if he won she would do a day for him for scale on his next picture; if she won he would "put on a maid's outfit and clean your house. And she was up for that. We had a good game, it was close but I won." So Nielsen did a day on the film. Wynorski said she did "an ok job... she wasn't difficult to work with. She was working for pretty big bucks at the time and she was working for scale and she didn't really come in super prepared and we had to go over her lines but in the end she did a great job."


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    The movie was released in April 1992 on videocassette by Vestron Video. A DVD has been released in the UK. In the U.S., the film is currently available on DVD from Lionsgate as part of an 8 horror movie DVD set.


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