- Actors: Dick Durock, Heather Locklear, Louis Jourdan, Sarah Douglas, Joey Sagal
- Directors: Jim Wynorski
- Writers: Bernie Wrightson, Grant Morris, Len Wein, Neil Cuthbert
- Producers: Annette Cirillo, Benjamin Melniker, Charles Mitchell
- Classification: 12
- Studio: Imagine
- VHS Release Date: 24 Jan. 2000
- Run Time: 88 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
- ASIN: B000057E9R
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 365,670 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
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Dr Alec Holland, the former scientist transformed into a half-man half-vegetable by a biological formula, here intercedes to prevent a mad scientist from using his step-daughter in a genetic experiment.
Top Customer Reviews
The film opens at the swamp and draws our attention to the fact that there are sinister things lurking in the water when we see government officials being attacked by some strange monster. As one worker is singled out and about to become monster mashed, the first few moments feel very much like the original film. But after a large figure emerges from the bog to a fanfare of music before chasing away the monster, he shakes hands and introduces himself: "They call me, Swamp Thing". It's a cool introduction followed by ink art showing Swamp Thing's comic book roots (pardon the pun). It's very clear that in the years since becoming Swamp Thing, Doctor Holland has not become a monster, he is one of the most human characters in the film and ultimately a hero who is very well spoken and has manners any mother would be proud of.
This sequel sees Swamp Thing pitted against his nemesis Doctor Arcane (who was actually killed in the previous film!) and getting some romantic interest from Arcane's step-daughter Abby. The film is rather cheesy and some set-ups are obvious, for example Abby is established very early on as a plant lover - she strokes the leaves of her plants and insists on playing them music.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Daft fun that may have some of the same cast as the first but is more a Comedy Horror.The effects for the most part are Excellent.Published 9 months ago by Mrs. D. Moncrieff
Uncut ? @ 83 minutes ? All other dvd releases of the same movie are longer . Oops !Published 19 months ago by Mr. James A. Long
Great dvd. Vaguely remembered it from years ago. Knew Heather Locklear was in it. Great to see it again.Published on 3 Dec. 2014 by Andrew Parsell