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Alone in the Dark II also known as Alone in the Dark: Fate Of Existence is a 2008 horror film, starring Rick Yune, Lance Henriksen, Bill Moseley, Rachel Specter and Danny Trejo, directed by Peter Scheerer and Michael Roesch. It is a sequel to Uwe Boll's 2005 film Alone in the Dark.
Alone in the Dark II was filmed in New York City and Los Angeles. It is loosely based on the Atari Alone in the Dark video game series.
Former witch-hunter Abner Lundberg (Lance Henriksen) is forced to come back to fight his old nemesis, a century-old dangerous witch out on the prowl again. This time, Lundberg joins forces with Edward Carnby (Rick Yune), who attempt to track down the dangerous witch Elisabeth Dexter (Allison Lange).
- Rick Yune as Edward Carnby
- Rachel Specter as Natalie
- Lance Henriksen as Abner Lundberg
- Bill Moseley as Dexter
- Ralf Möller as Boyle
- Danny Trejo as Perry
- Zack Ward as Xavier
- Natassia Malthe as Turner
- Jason Connery as Parker
- Michael Paré as Willson
- P. J. Soles as Martha
- Brooklyn Sudano as Sinclair
- Allison Lange as Elizabeth Dexter/Witch
The film was released in the United Kingdom on 27 July 2009. The UK DVD cover is similar to the previous film's cover, only with updated graphics and zoomed in. The unrated DVD was be released by Vivendi Visual Entertainment on January 26, 2010. An American Blu-ray release is sold exclusively by Best Buy.
- ↑ "Alone in the Dark 2 Trailer Should Have Remained Alone". DreadCentral. http://www.dreadcentral.com/news/35241/alone-dark-2-trailer-should-have-remained-alone.
- ↑ "Rejoice! Alone in the Dark II on DVD in January". DreadCentral. http://www.dreadcentral.com/news/34811/rejoice-alone-dark-ii-dvd-january.
- ↑ http://www.dvdaf.com/search.html?has=alone+in+the+dark+2&rgn=us&init_form=str0_has_alone+in+the+dark+2*rgn_us
- ↑ http://www.blu-ray.com/news/?id=4094
Alone in The Dark 2 was universally panned by fans and critics, some say the sequel is even worse than the previous film which was also panned, being one of the lowest rated movies in history.
DVD sales have also been extremely low.
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