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Maniac Cop II 1990

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4.2 out of 5 stars (72) IMDb 5.8/10

A supernatural, maniac killer cop teams up with a serial killer.

Starring:
Robert Davi, Claudia Christian
Runtime:
1 hour, 27 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Thriller, Action, Horror
Director William Lustig
Starring Robert Davi, Claudia Christian
Supporting actors Michael Lerner, Bruce Campbell, Laurene Landon, Robert Z'Dar, Clarence Williams III, Leo Rossi, Lou Bonacki, Paula Trickey, Charles Napier, Santos Morales, Robert Earl Jones, Andrew Hill Newman, Ángel Salazar, Vincent Russo, Hank Garrett, Bo Dietl, Charlie Alfano, Kurek Ashley
Studio Millennium Entertainment
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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Format: VHS Tape
Matt Cordell rises from his watery grave and seeks revenge on those who killed him in the previous entry. He also causes trouble by killing cops and helping the criminals. And when he teams up with a homicidal serial killer, it's up to though cop Sean Mc Kinney and his partner Susan Riley to stop this murderous duo before it's to late.
A very entertaining and well acted movie. Better than you'd expect and well directed by William Lustig (Maniac, Uncle Sam)One of the film most memorable scenes is where Matt Cordell causes a massacre at a police station.
The Maniac Cop movies are very underated slashers in my opninion. So, if you like other slasher movie series such as Friday The 13th, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Child's Play and Halloween, you should add Maniac Cop 1-3 to your collection as well.
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By A Customer on October 18, 2003
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Maniac Cop 2 is the best in the whole trilogy! It has some really awesome action scenes and some funny one-liners from the murderer that Matt Cordell becomes friends with. The car chase mid-way through the movie was awesome and well thought out. Robert Z'dar gives an awesome and well played performance in his second go 'round as the Maniac Cop. If you're into action movies with a little bit of horror, then be sure to give this one a look!
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Maniac Cop 2 is the entertaining follow up to the 1988 B-Movie Classic, Maniac Cop. Maniac Cop 2 takes place nine months after the original movie saw the infamous Officer Matt Cordell drown in the East River. After the original movie's heros' Officers Forrest and Mallory are killed violently, Detective Sean Mckinney (Robert Davi) begins the search for their killer. Mckinney is also battling another series of killings in the city, while also battling his own demons. Matt Cordell (played once again by Robert D'Zar) keeps the body count lower in his second film, but a higher budget and better made film makes the movie just as entrtaining as the first. The movie makers go back to the first in some sense by having another longer and more grusome police station massacre and a police chase scene leads up to the climax scene. Matt Cordell returns to Sing-Sing Prison to confront the men who killed him. The sequel provides the answer to questions left in the first film, such as is Cordell still human or in sense an living dead killer. Maniac Cop 2 will not leave any of this series fans upset.
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Format: DVD Verified Purchase
First off, I'm not happy that the format is full screen. That said, I'm just happy to have a copy at all. I like this series, always have, always will. Is it great filmmaking, of course not (that's not the point).
This sequel literally begins where the first one left off; from out of a watery grave.....Maniac Cop! He's bent on revenge (finally), having gotten detoured during the first film by a lot of needless killings (warm-ups for the real thing). He has help in this one in the form of a serial killer (a cackling Leo Rossi). That's the only sore spot I have concerning this film, Leo Rossi's clichéd bad guy who won't stop cackling (the lazy actor's approach to villainy, when in doubt, bug out your eyes and cackle).
Poor Bruce Campbell, he pulls a Janet Leigh and doesn't make it all the way through this feature. I missed him immediately. At least Robert Davi more than made up for his absence playing a cop who readily believes Maniac Cop is still on the loose, even if no one will listen to him....until it's too late.
I liked that Maniac Cordell was able to take a road trip before once again "dying." I rate this on par with the original. I enjoy it for what it is, which is not your state of the art horror flick.
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Maniac Cop 1 is one of my favorite movies and I was so happy to find there was a sequel. The sequel ties up loose ends from the first movie while beginning unique; a completely new movie. This is a great 80's flick that has all the cheesy frights and laughs that you would expect from a movie made during that time. This is a great gem to add to your movie collection, trust me you will watch it more than once!! The movie arrived on time and in great condition!!
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Do not ever rent this film from Amazon. It's in crappy 4:3 aspect ratio and is burdened by a crappy laser disc quality transfer. They forgot to mention that in the digital product description, so this is for you guys.
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Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
I stumbled upon this movie thanks to Fangoria's "100 Greatest Horror Movies You've Never Heard Of" years ago and it definitely earned its rank on the list. This movie is probably the best combination of slasher horror and action I've seen and is ten times better than the first "Maniac Cop". I highly recommend it to any fan of 80's style horror and adventure films. The only weak link in the movie is the title.
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This movie is very similar to the first except like most sequels it ups the action and violence. Matt Cordell aka Maniac Cop escapes his watery grave to continue offing the officers who had him wrongly locked away. The maniac cop befriends a killer and the finale is a fiery blowout in a prison. I found this much more entertaining than the original but it was sad to see Bruce Campbell's character killed so early in the movie.
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