Deathstalker 2

Deathstalker 2

Director: Jim Wynorski Cast: John Terlesky, Monique Gabrielle, John La Zar



Quite different from the original Deathstalker, this fantasy sequel finds the title character (here played by John Terlesky) as a medieval contract man. Deathstalker is hired by a beautiful princess (Monique Gabrielle) to regain her throne, stolen by an evil wizard.

Product Details

Release Date: 10/23/2001
UPC: 0736991427990
Original Release: 1987
Rating: R
Source: New Concorde
Region Code: 1
Time: 1:25:00

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
John Terlesky Deathstalker
Monique Gabrielle Reena the Seer/Princess Evie
John La Zar Jarek
Toni Naples Sultana
Maria Socas Amazon Queen
Marcos Wolinsky One Eye
Deanna Booher Gargol
Queen Kong Amazon Champion Wrestler
Leo Nichols Pirate's Hitman One
Marcos Woinsky Pirate

Technical Credits
Jim Wynorski Director,Original Story
Marta Albert Art Director
Steve Barnett Editor
Chuck Cirino Score Composer
Frank Isaac Producer
Oscar Cardozo Ocampo Score Composer
R.J. Robertson Screenwriter
Neil Ruttenberg Screenwriter
Leonard Solis Cinematographer
Christopher Young Score Composer

Scene Index

Side #1 --
0. Scenes
1. The Jewel [4:43]
2. Het Him [4:27]
3. Escape [6:20]
4. Next [4:18]
5. Which Way [4:23]
6. Don't Kill Him [3:49]
7. You Rat [3:38]
8. Scared [7:28]
9. Perils [3:51]
10. The RIng [8:06]
11. I Hate Her [1:52]
12. Betrayal [3:53]
13. Trapped [1:52]
14. Stalker [2:23]
15. The Body [3:39]
16. Poor Girl [2:33]
17. Good Evening [5:09]
18. Surprise [4:10]
19. Girl Talk [6:31]
20. Your Highness [5:36]

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Deathstalker 2 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Sword and Sorcery are not normally my cup of Java. But this is Sword and Saucery! Those of you who like me thought Lord of the Rings could benefit from a few laughs will love this movie. The look of the film has to be seen to be believed! It's sort of Dracula meets The Flintstones with a dash of Zorro thrown in, the latter element probably a result of it being filmed in Argentina. The numerous night scenes and overall gloom are lightened by the wisecracking dialog (`Is that your sword or are you just glad to see me?!) and the fact that you get two Moniques for the price of one in this spoof. They are interchangable but it seems that one is a petulant pouting princess and the other a perky peasant girl in a loincloth who becomes Deathstalker's sidekick, seer,and love interest - when he eventually gets round to noticing her, as he's the typical hunky hero - brawny but a bit slow in the thinking department. Monique was never funnier than in this film; in fact for once her sexiness takes a bit of a back seat to the humor, but don't worry all you fans of hers - there's still plenty of her form on view! She rates this as one of her favorite roles. I think it's the best of the few of hers I've seen. Watch out for the Zombies a la `Thriller'! Also I liked the nods to James Bond and Poe's Pit and the Pendulum.