Howling II: ... Your Sister Is a Werewolf (1985)

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A man discovers that his sister was a werewolf, and helps an investigator track down a gang of the monsters through the United States and eastern Europe.


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  • Sybil Danning in Howling II: ... Your Sister Is a Werewolf (1985)
  • Christopher Lee and Reb Brown in Howling II: ... Your Sister Is a Werewolf (1985)
  • Christopher Lee in Howling II: ... Your Sister Is a Werewolf (1985)
  • Sybil Danning and Christopher Lee in Howling II: ... Your Sister Is a Werewolf (1985)

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8 November 2002 | johnmeechum
Howling we will go...
to what's been uncertain why so many sequels that do not relate to this movie. Sybil Danning shows her breast and makes love to her critters. Christopher Lee is as ghouling as can be for this type of movie. I do own the movie only because of the breast Sybil shows off to her critters. A lot of blood, screaming and eating going on for this low budget and out of production sequel to the first movie...this movie is lacking.

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Trivia

Sybil Danning went to Director Philippe Mora right after the enormous success of the release on DVD for SONY/MGM and told him they should do a direct sequel to this movie, she had a treatment already written and passed this on to Philippe, who loved the idea. He came back, after talking to Gary Brandner, author of the Howling trilogy of books, and who said that after six Howling movies, they should move on to doing their own new franchise. Gary, Philippe and Sybil were partnered to make a new franchise with the working title of: Wolf Project.


Quotes

Stefan Crosscoe: For it is written: the inhabitants of the Earth have been made drunk with her blood. And I saw her sent upon a hairy beast and she held forth a golden chalice full of the filthiness of fornications. And upon her forehead was written: "Behold I am ...


Goofs

During the scene when Vasile eliminates the sentry, Ben is talking to Vasile in a normal voice. However, considering they were close enough to the sentry that Vasile, a dwarf, was able to successfully dispatch him by way of throwing a knife into his chest, the sentry ought to have heard Ben's undampened speech.


Crazy Credits

The closing credits run over what appear to be deleted scenes and alternate footage, along with the same scene of Sybil Danning ripping off her shirt, which is repeated 17 times.


Alternate Versions

The original HBO/Thorn tape release is dark and unwatchable, as well as cut. The cable version is bright and clear and features European folk music over the formerly silent end credits, but cut. The Republic/Lumiere tape release is bright and clear, (almost too bright in some suspense scenes), and was the longest version in existence until the release of the MGM DVD, which is not only uncut and in widescreen, but is bright, clear, and watchable. The Republic/Lumiere tape bears the retitling "Howling II: Stirba, Werewolf Bitch", while the DVD and the other VHS versions are still titled "Howling II: Your Sister is a Werewolf".


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Howling
Written by
Stephen W. Parsons (as Stephen Parsons)

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