Howling II: Your Sister is a Werewolf (1985) starring Christopher Lee, Annie McEnroe, Reb Brown, Marsha A. Hunt, Sybil Danning
Synopsis of Howling II: Your Sister is a Werewolf
At the end of the original The Howling, Karen White dies … And Howling II: Your Sister is a Werewolf begins at her funeral, with her bereaved brother Ben (Reb Brown) meets Stefan Crosscoe (Christopher Lee). He tries to convince him that his sister died as a werewolf. Along with reporter Jenny Templeton (Annie McEnroe) the trio head to Czechoslovakia. Their goal is to defeat Stirba (Sybil Danning), the Queen of all werewolves. Before it’s too late.
Review of Howling II: Your Sister is a Werewolf
There have been any number of bad sequels to good movies — but few sequels have been as bad as Howling II: Your Sister is a Werewolf. There’s a host of reasons for that. Bad acting, bad makeup, bad special effects that they look like they were made on somebody’s home computer. It’s a fairly long list.
The only good acting in Howling II is courtesy of horror movie veteran Christopher Lee, who turns in the good performance that we’ve come to expect. Unfortunately, the rest of the acting brings the movie down and makes Lee’s performance appear to be campy. The cliches come fast and furious, the plot is predictable, and the pacing appears slow.
Does Howling II have anything to commend it? Well, Sybil Danning flashes her cleavage a lot — it’s a poor excuse for acting ability. It’s one of those movies that are so bad that it’s enjoyable to watch with friends …. And make fun of it.