|House of the Dead II|
|Title:||House of the Dead II|
|Directed by:||Michael Hurst|
|Written by:||Mark A. Altman; Michael Roesch|
|Produced by:||Mark A. Altman; Bill Berry; Mark Gottwald; Chuck Speed|
|Music by:||Joe Kraemer|
|Edited by:||Joseph Gutowski|
|Distributed by:||Mindfire Entertainment|
Lions Gate Entertainment
|Released:||October 14th, 2005|
|Running time:||95 min.|
|Previous:||House of the Dead (2003)|
House of the Dead II is an American independent horror film of the zombie apocalypse genre. It is the second installment in the series that continues from 2003's House of the Dead, directed by Uwe Boll. The sequel was directed by Michael Hurst and written by Michael Roesch based on a story treatment developed by Mark A. Altman (who also co-produced the film). It was first screened on October 14th, 2005. The movie stars Emmanuelle Vaugier as Alexandra "Nightingale" Morgan, Ed Quinn as Ellis, Kirk "Sticky Fingaz" Jones as Dalton, Steve Monroe as O'Conner, [[Victoria Pratt as Henson, James Parks as Bart, Dan Southworth as Nakagawa and Billy Brown as Griffin.
|Emmanuelle Vaugier||Alexandra "Nightingale" Morgan|
|Ellie Cornell||Jordan Casper|
|Sid Haig||Professor Curien|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- This film is alternatively known as House of the Dead 2.
- The tagline for this film is, "It took only a single zombie to spawn an army. It'll take everything humanity has to stop it".
- House of the Dead II premiered at the Sitges Film Festival in Spain on October 14th, 2005. It first premiered in the United States when it was broadcast on the Sci-Fi Channel on February 11th, 2006.
- House of the Dead II was released on DVD in Region 1 format by Lions Gate Entertainment on March 21st, 2006.
- Originally, Uwe Boll was set to direct the sequel to his first film, House of the Dead, but he was already in production of BloodRayne which, like House of the Dead, is also based on a series of video games.
- House of the Dead II was filmed at Occidental College in Eagle Rock, Los Angeles, California and East Los Angele College in Monterey Park.
- This is Michael Hurst's first horror film as a director. He also directs The Darkroom and Room 6 (both in 2006) and Pumpkinhead: Blood Feud in 2007.
- Actor and hip hop artist Kirk "Sticky Fingaz" Jones is best known for playing the role of Eric Brooks on the program Blade: The Series.