#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Sweet vampire Sugar and her human boyfriend Dex travel with Marvin homunculous to revive Marvin’s dead son, a vampire hunter Ivan Burroughs with life-giving blood of the King Vampire.
Plot: Sugar the good vampire, her boyfriend Dex, and Marvin the homunculous attempt to hunt down a powerful vampire in order to resurrect Marvin’s dead son.
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The gentleman’s club house band is really good! I’d swear I was listening to Chris Cornell or Tool.
Decadent Evil 2…uhm, I don’t think so
Before I even start I’m gonna plain say I liked the original, I thought it was a decent entry to Full Moon’s full book of movies. The sequel, Decadent Evil 2, was just a plain disappointment. Where the original had a plot that you knew well, the sequel takes a chop and delivers…nothing. As much as I could tell the plot for Decadent Evil 2 was centered around the 2 lovers from the original, good vampire Sugar (Jill Michelle) and her human boyfriend Dex (Daniel Lennox), who have traveled to Little Rock Arkansas in search for the next in line vampire clan leader, they want some of his blood to resurrect the little creature’s from the original movie, Marvin the horny Homunculus, son who was killed in the first movie by Morella.
I’m going to stall here and say, much of what happened in the original is either forgotten or just plain disregarded. We don’t find out if Morella died, is alive or anything. So did Marvin hump her to death for killing his son or did she just get loose from his grasp and vamboozled to another state? It’s never explained! The whole plots dragged out, you’re pretty much just sitting there thinking to yourself while watching it, “is it gonna get good now” or “is it over yet?”. I’m still thinking to myself, trying to figure out what was going on in the film and pretty much just thinking how could Charles Band call this a sequel to the original when it can hardly be followed.
Back to the review. Sugar and Dex are in Little Rock Arkansas to find the next in line vampire clan leader, they want some of his blood to resurrect Marvin’s son from the dead, they have been carrying the man in a roller suitcase, it’s not explained how long or anything, they just show up in a hotel at the beginning. They are using Marvin’s son’s, Ivan’s (now played by Ricardo Gil instead of Phil Fondacaro – maybe Phil saw how crappy the movie was and said he’d much rather keep his career where it was/is instead of tainting it with this movie), cross which brings them to this strip club. There’s some nudity but not as much as there was in the original, Sugar lands a job first then Dex grabs a job as a janitor – far cry from the DJ he was in the original lol. They go investigating and think they get the guy who they think is the vampire king who is after 10,000 artial blood to become invincible and unstoppable – didn’t they do that in the original? The Whole make-up and design for the vampire king is completely ridiculous! He’s this…weird looking creature who also works as a janitor at the strip club – he uses the human half of his disguise as…well a disguise, to fool people then when dinner time comes he transforms into this wild looking…creature.
I’m not gonna name any further actors/actresses in this movie. I really I think this movie could have been better than what it was. Very disappointed, the acting was crap as was the movie, stay away unless you just want to find a movie to pass the time away – I highly suggest you pick something else besides this, it is not good! The ending, like the originals ending, had Marvin having sex with one of the vampire henchs that wasn’t killed, his son, Dex and Sugar decided to punish her by giving her over to him.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 22 min (82 min) (DVD)
Director Charles Band
Writer Domonic Muir
Actors Jill Michelle, Daniel Lennox, Ricardo Gil, Jon-Paul Gates
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Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1
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