It's party time at Mr. Draven's (Garlan Green) whorehouse, where his
two girls Tiffany (Tina Krause) and Heidi (Jen Elyse Feldy) are willing
and able to serve the guests. And the guests are a very diverse bunch that
includes among others a clown (Will Collazo jr) and even local priest
Father Mateo (Jose Otero), who claims he has come to save some souls, but
really, he's mostly here to "get it on" with the girls. That
said, the place could sure need a priest, an exorcist preferably, because
it's haunted by the Bloody Nun (Christian Di Lalla), a particularly
homicidal demon in a nun costume who takes out the guests and ultimately
even the girls one by one, and when people start to notice, it's already
way too late. Fortunately, demon hunter Sandoval (Mark C. Fullhardt) is
roaming the neighbourhood and makes it a point to stop at Draven's place.
But while he has been hunting and killing demons for decades, he might be
out of his league with this one ...
Prominent vlogger Shawn C. Phillips
plays himself trying to disprove the Bloody Nun curse in the opening
segment, while in the post finale scene Carl J. Grasso links this movie to
the first Bloody Nun.
on a pure technical level, Bloody Nun 2: The Curse might have some
deficiencies, and at times in the film its modest budget definitely shows
- and yet, the film is just good fun in a party movie sort of way, with
colourful characters, pretty girls, humour that's at times intentionally
rude, violent scenes thrown in at all the right places, and occasional
bits of bad taste, all wrapped up in an enjoyable romp that moves along so
swiftly you're almost certain to be entertained.