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After countless millennia of watching, waiting and stalking, the unholy creatures known as werewolves are poised to inherit the earth. Legendary horror icon Christopher Lee faces off against lusty cult favorite Sybil Danning in this terrifying descent into a world of nightmares that turns out to be all too real!

After newscaster Karen White's shocking on-screen transformation and violent death (in the original The Howling), her brother Ben (Reb Brown) is approached by Stefan Crosscoe (Lee), a mysterious man who claims that Karen has, in fact, become a werewolf. But this is the least of their worries... To save mankind, Stefan and Ben must travel to Transylvania to battle and destroy Stirba (Danning), the immortal queen of all werewolves, before she is restored to her full powers!


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  • Actors: Christopher Lee, Annie McEnroe, Reb Brown, Marsha A. Hunt, Sybil Danning
  • Directors: Philippe Mora
  • Writers: Gary Brandner, Robert Sarno
  • Producers: Avrumie Schnitzer, David Blake, Grahame Jennings, John Alan Simon, Robert Pringle
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Dubbed, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono), French (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: MGM (Video & DVD)
  • DVD Release Date: August 23, 2005
  • Run Time: 91 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (64 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000A7LR9Q
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #53,672 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Howling II - Your Sister Is a Werewolf" on IMDb

Customer Reviews

Not even a b movie, really.
Kelly Mathews
Poor storyline, terrible special effects, bad acting, lousy editing and just very bad.
dhart
For one thing... "Howling II" is more like a vampire movie than a werewolf movie.
E. A Solinas

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35 of 37 people found the following review helpful By cookieman108 on September 8, 2005
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Wow...I can't remember the last time I saw where a sequel was so much worse than the film it followed...and that's definitely the case with Howling II: Your Sister is a Werewolf (1986), original titled Howling II: Striba - Werewolf B*tch. One generally accepts sequels will almost never be as good as from whence it was spawned (i.e. the original), but there's a serious case of devolution here in terms of just about every aspect of this film, which was directed by Philippe Mora (Howling III: The Marsupials, Pterodactyl Woman from Beverly Hills), and features Reb `Captain America' Brown (The Sword and the Sorcerer, Yor, the Hunter from the Future), Annie McEnroe (True Stories, Beetle Juice), Sybil Danning, queen of the heaving cleavage (Malibu Express, Young Lady Chatterley II), whose ego is about the same size as her massive, chestal appendages (she was once quoted as saying, "What I am is the new dream girl - one who has both body and intelligence."), and Christopher Lee (The Curse of Frankenstein, Dracula), obviously during a low point in his extensive career. Also appearing is Judd Omen (Red Dawn, Pee-wee's Big Adventure), and Marsha A. Hunt (Dracula A.D. 1972), who, with big lipped Brit rocker Mick Jagger, produced one of his seven offspring, that of Karis Jagger.

The film starts out in L.A. during a funeral for Karen White, a main character from the first film, played by Dee Wallace (Ms. Wallace did not reprise her role for this film, probably due her having read the script). Among those in attendance is Ben (Brown), brother to the recently deceased, Jenny (McEnroe), who apparently took over Karen's position as a reporter (this aspect was unclear), and Stefan Crosscoe (Lee), an investigator of the occult, among other things.
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Ricardo Zaldivar on May 28, 2007
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I was feeling a little down this morning and while killing time at the DVD store I came across this underrated masterpiece, no more no less than ... you guessed it... "Howling 2 you're sister is a werewolf bitch" (whatever), so i decided to pluck down almost full retail price for this little Palm D'or. Having liked the original Howling, and yet having read that this was an extremely so-bad-it's-good affair complete with werewolf orgies, an endlessly disrobing Sybil Danning and cheap and ridiculous special effects... all this and Christopher Lee too! Well... I thought I was in the perfect mood for a little 80's bottom of the barrel cheesefest! Man I was wroooooooooonnnngggg!

I just finished watching it and let me tell you that all I can think right now is that these are 90 minutes of my life that ain't coming back ... and neither are my 13 bucks! Well, it turns out that the film not only has everything I mentioned above but it also turns out that it's also goddamn boring, the gore is actually quite ridiculous (when you can actually see it!), and it's filled with silly czheckoslovaquian folk dancing, the heroes have very brief sex while slightly clothed (See bottom of the frame) and the girl can't even fake the proper sounds! By the time we reach the climax (of the film, that is) and Christopher Lee "battles" Sybil Danning, I couldn't care less and kept wishing the whole thing to get over.... maybe I was falling asleep or something because I couldn't tell who was winning the battle since the whole thing was so ridiculous.

Now... all I can say is, if you think all the things I wrote above are the type of "cult item" you want to own, then better know that all of what I mentioned sounds much better, written, than it looks onscreen.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By The Whatever Dude on October 29, 2008
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Apparently, there was something much worse than Hard Rock Zombies, which thanks to this, is now #3 on my worst movies list (It used to be #1 btw. Howling 4 is still the second worse. Read my review on that for more details.) And like I said in my Howling 4 review, just because that was awful didn't mean I would be put off from finishing off the series, but now that I've stumbled upon this abomination, I'm becoming more reluctant. Remember back in the 80s when VHS covers where awesome and imaginative? Yeah. Howling II had a very awesome cover for when it was first released on home video in the 1980s, and to be truthful, for 8 years, I had been wanting to see this movie, especially since the movie's theme song got stuck in my head. Then in 2005, it finally came out on DVD, uncut (The original VHS was cut, from what I understand.) Unfortunately, I was treated to a really crappy cover which slightly mocked the cover of the original and 3 years later, as a well as a very crappy movie. Now that I got that off my mind, let's move onto the movie.

The movie revolves around Ben Brown (The brother of Karen from the first Howling. In this one, there's no Dee Wallace Stone, but some extra playing Karen) who's approached by a werewolf hunter, Stefan Crosscoe (Played by the great Christopher Lee, who must have needed the $$$$$), who claims that Karen has in fact, become a werewolf. So then, Ben, Jenny (His Girlfriend, who has the have the 2nd worst acting in this) and Stefan go to Transylvania, where Striba, The Werewolf Queen (Played by Sybil Danning. Okay, I like Sybil Danning, but her acting was horrible in this. The acting she did in those old Adventure Video Segments in the 80s were better than this, and in those, she intentionally acted poorly) resides.
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