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Wishmaster 2: Evil Never Dies
Wishmaster 2 - Evil Never Dies (1999)
Credits
Title: Wishmaster 2: Evil Never Dies
Directed by: Jack Sholder
Written by: Jack Sholder
Produced by: Tony Amatullo; Robert Lansing Parker
Music by: David C. Williams
Cinematography: Carlos González
Edited by: Michael Schweitzer
Production
Distributed by: Artisan Entertainment
Released: March 12th, 1999
Rating: R
Running time: 96 min.
Country: USA
Language: English
Budget: $2,500,000
Gross: N/A
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Wishmaster 2: Evil Never Dies is an American horror film written and directed by Jack Sholder. It is the sequel to the 1997 movie Wishmaster and stars Andrew Divoff reprising his role as the evil Djinn. The film was succeeded by a third installment, also released direct-to-video called Wishmaster 3: Beyond the Gates of Hell, but without Andrew Divoff. Wishmaster 2 was released direct-to-video on March 12th, 1999 by Artisan Entertainment. Other stars in the film include Holly Fields, Chris Weber, Al Foster, Vyto Ruginis and Randy Hall.

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Notes & Trivia Edit

  • The tagline to this film is, "Evil has been summoned... again!".
  • Wishmaster 2 was screened theatrically in France where it grossed 21,421 francs in admissions on July 13th, 1999.
  • Spoofs the 1994 Disney animated feature The Lion King, which is odd, since you would think it would riff on Aladdin.

Bloopers Edit

  • The Djinn does not always fulfill wishes to the exact letter in which they are requested. For instance, when Eric wishes that he had never been born, he is shown regressing in age until he is nothing but a fetus. However, Morgana still has memories of him. This should not have been the case had Eric actually never been born.

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Keywords Edit

1990s; Ahura Mazda; Djinn; California; Los Angeles; Los Angeles County; Priest; Reversed aging



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