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It’s The Part 2 Poster Gallery

Since movies became one of our greatest past times, producers have been cashing in on a good thing. When a film comes along that starts the cash registers ringing the script writers are hard at working devising a way to bring the movies’ characters back for another go around. Even if they have to raise the dead. It’s the number 2 that was not prevalent in sequels until we got to the seventies although Hammer films used the idea way back in 1958 for their first sequel to The Quatermass Experiment. Quatermass 2 starring Brian Donlevy had the title changed to Enemy From Space for it’s North American release.

Had Hollywood adopted the numerical idea in the thirties we could have wound up with titles like Andy Hardy 16 or Ma and Pa Kettle 9.

Although Brian Donlevy was considered miscast as Quatermass this is a Hammer film that is well worth looking out for.

Quatermass2

O.K. I know this is no classic but it could be considered a guilty pleasure. Then again if Christopher Lee had his own way he’d put a silver bullet through the negative. Sybil Danning fans might not like that so much. Especially if they were denied the closing credits.

howling-2

Probably the first sequel I ever saw on the big screen.

“But I’m telling you, and I’m telling everybody at this table that that’s a shark! And I know what a shark looks like, because I’ve seen one up close. And you’d better do something about this one, because I don’t intend to go through that hell again! ”

jaws-2-poster

I can already here you……but when you have owned 4 St. Bernards you go to see this one.

“I have been hiding four puppies in the basement. Don’t tell your dad. ”

beethoven

Gene Hackman rocks in this household.

“I’ll make oatmeal outta your f—-n’ kneecaps. And when I get done with you, you’re gonna put me right in Charnier’s lap. ”

french con

Is it sacrilege to say I think this movie is underrated?

“I don’t kill people anymore. ”

PsychoII

This was a no brainer to catch at the movie theater when it hit the big screens. Quotes galore!

Commissioner : “Ladies and gentlemen, I would now like to introduce a most special American. Tonight, he is being honoured for his 1000th drug-dealer killed.”

Frank Drebin: “Thank you. But, in all honesty, the last three I backed over with my car. Luckily, they turned out to be drug-dealers. ”

1991-the-naked-gun-2-and-a-half-the-smell-of-fear-poster1

This may not be the greatest sequel ever. But it just might be the wildest. “That’s right… who’s laughing now… who’s laughing *now*?”

evil_dead_ii_xlg

“Groovy.”

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