First sequel to Night of the Demons (1988), released in 1994.
Several students of catholic school plan to have a Halloween party at the Hull house, now infamous for the events of the first film, and set loose the now-demonic Angela.
This film has examples of:
- Auto Erotica: Kurt likes to show the insides of his van to the ladies.
- Batter Up!: Z-Boy carries around a spiked bat, which he puts to deadly use once he's possessed.
- Black Eyes of Evil: Angela sports these when she kills the two evangelists in the opening.
- Black Magic: Perry studies black magic and demonology, which gives him a heads up when the demons from the Hull House start to cause havoc.
- Cool Teacher: Sister Gloria, who initially appears strict and humorless in comparison to Father Bob (see below). When Shirley asks her if fellatio counts as a mortal or venal sin as a joke, Gloria, keeping her cool, says she isn't familiar with the word and then asks Shirley to explain to the whole class what "fellatio" means. Shirley deflates rather quickly after being put on the spot.
- Subverted by Father Bob, who comes about as cool and hip, but is in reality so traditional that he is the last to believe something evil is happening at the school dance.
- Driven to Suicide: Melissa's parents killed themselves after receiving a Halloween card from Angela, who was also their daughter.
- Fingerless Gloves: Worn by the tough guy Z-Boy.
- Ghost Butler: Two evangelists debate if they should knock the Hull house's door, and it suddenly opens itself. Seeing this as an invitation, they go in, and the door slams itself shut after them.
- Good People Have Good Sex: Johnny and Bibi at Hull House.
- Holy Hand Grenade: Perry prepares to battle demons with waterpistols and balloons filled with holy water.
- Horny Devils: Angela possesses Z-Boy by raping him.
- Hotter and Sexier: This film features more Fanservice then the last film.
- Human Sacrifice: Angela attempts to use her sister Melissa as one.
- Losing Your Head: Terry finds a talking severed head inside a toilet seat.
- Nerd Glasses: The studious Perry wears them.
- Reasonable Authority Figure: Sister Gloria. Despite appearing stern, she looks out for Melissa's well being and acts as a Parental Substitute to her, is always looking to stomp out bullying regardless of where it's coming from, and she always puts Alpha Bitch Shirley in her place. Father Bob tries to be this trope by being more "relatable" to the kids and exuding a cooler demeanor, but he turns out to be a stubborn asshole who doesn't have the patience to deal with anything.
- Scaled Up: Angela turns herself into a giant snake in the climax.
- Severed Head Sports: Decapitated Kurt appears to play basketball with his own head.
- Soundtrack Dissonance: Angela does a sexy dance to the soothing tunes of Death Metal band Morbid Angel.
- Tears of Blood: Perry points to bloody tears running down a crucifix as a sign of demonic activity to Father Bob.
- The Virus: As usual, possessions can be spread with personal space invading techniques. This film also shows that a person could actually be saved if they're forced to ingest holy water, but only in the very early stages of the corruption.