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The Brotherhood II: Young Warlocks

Overview

Rosemary's Baby meets The Lost Boys in David DeCoteau's follow-up to his 2000 film The Brotherhood, which keeps the same setting as that film, an exclusive private school known as Chandler Academy. In this film, a warlock named Luc (Forrest Cochran) uses his powers to seduce three young students into doing his bidding. The tension builds as the students slowly discover that Luc may be using them as conduits to bring the Devil to life.
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Overview

Rosemary's Baby meets The Lost Boys in David DeCoteau's follow-up to his 2000 film The Brotherhood, which keeps the same setting as that film, an exclusive private school known as Chandler Academy. In this film, a warlock named Luc (Forrest Cochran) uses his powers to seduce three young students into doing his bidding. The tension builds as the students slowly discover that Luc may be using them as conduits to bring the Devil to life.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/26/2005
  • UPC: 687797609090
  • Original Release: 2001
  • Rating:

  • Source: Millennium
  • Time: 1:21:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 37,976

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Forrest Cochran Luc
Sean Faris John
Stacey Scowley Mary
Justin T. Allen Matt
C.J. Thomason Marcus
Jennifer Capo Ms. Stevens
Noah Frank Harlan
Ari Welkom Alex
Julie Briggs Headmistress Grimes
Holly Sampson Trini
Greg Lyczkowski Randall
Technical Credits
David DeCoteau Director, Original Story, Producer
Obscure Artifacts Makeup Special Effects
Chris Bergschneider Makeup Special Effects
J.R. Bookwalter Editor
Perry Bullington Casting
Jeff Farley Makeup Special Effects
Edward Reno Hibbs Costumes/Costume Designer
Maui Holcomb Sound/Sound Designer
Robert MacDonald Casting
Dave Parker Original Story
Mark A. Thomson Production Designer
Matthew Jason Walsh Original Story, Screenwriter
Jeff Walton Score Composer
Howard Wexler Cinematographer
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