Wishmaster 2: Evil Never Dies

1999

Fantasy / Horror

7
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 8%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 29%
IMDb Rating 5.1 10 7716

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Bokeem Woodbine as Farralon
Corey Haim as Museum Burglar
Paul Johansson as Gregory
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882.84 MB
1280*682
English 2.0
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23.976 fps
1 hr 40 min
P/S 2 / 15
1.78 GB
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English 5.1
R
23.976 fps
1 hr 40 min
P/S 4 / 15

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by FiendishDramaturgy 4 / 10

Mediocre sequel.

They put neither the thought, nor the financing, behind this installment as they did the first, but it is still a moderately entertaining endeavor. They cut back on both the creativity and on the execution of what creativity they did exhibit.

In this installment of the series, the Djinn effects are not nearly as good as they were. They went for a new look, and for me, it just did not work. The story was not as well written and not as well enacted as the first. I found it marginally enjoyable, regardless of the apparent lack in quality effects, and also find it to be a decent sequel. But only that. At least they did bring back Michael Divoff as the Djinn.

Honestly, this was a bit of a disappointment. The first installment was not Oscar worthy material, but it did entertain. I found myself having to work at being amused with this chapter of the Wishmaster story.

It gets a 4/10 from...

the Fiend :.

Reviewed by jcholguin 5 / 10

Wish-A-Do Wish-A-Two

A new twist to the Wishmaster story in that the Djinn must gather 1000 souls before granting the waker the three wishes. Andrew Divoff returns as the Djinn which is a perfect role for him. Divoff looks so evil with the voice to go along with it. When granting a wish, his reply is an unemotional "done" which can cut right to the hearts of many people that make a wish. In the first film the waker was a likeable woman but in this one it is a woman that kills when committing robbery. Someone that is not likely a person that can defeat the Djinn. She enlists the help of a priest which was her one good choice in life. The Djinn goes into a prison for 200 souls. Where can a Djinn get another 800 souls? A place where people wish for something that they don't have. A place that people are so concerned about wishing that they do not realize that their soul is now required? This place is so logical that when you realize it, it becomes a place where you better not wish. Who knows if an evil Djinn is waiting for you?

Reviewed by atinder 6 / 10

fun to be had in this gory sequel!

This is yet another re-watch, ,I have seen this movie 3 times now, as I saw this before seeing the original.

I really loved this movie, I found it to be a lot of fun but not as fun as the Original.

This as some really nice gory deaths, which I really liked, effect are so fun to watch and some were just playing weird, even for the Wishmaster series.

Andrew Divoff is outstanding playing the Wishmaster, his face just give you the creeps.

The lead actress went bit over the top with some of her acting , some of cast were really bad in this, the most of them were decent, they could have done better.

I loved the last scene in the movie, thought it's was so funny!,

I didn't like some of the effects , near the end, I don't think it fitted well with other gory effect, that worked really well with the rest of the movie.

Not as good as the first , still a fun to be had in this gory sequel.

6 out of 10

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