Release date: 2002
So, a second outing for the Killer Barbies (remembering their name was changed for the film titles due to issues with Mattel) – as though the first hadn’t been enough. Now, I do like their soft pop punk musical stylings combined with a horrorpunk image and could see myself happily having a couple of pints whilst sat in a seedy bar watching them play away. The films, however…
Well, the first one had something, a bit of Franco’s impudent magic mixed in with the music. This one has more music but is a much worse film. Sylvia Superstar, the vocalist, is back as is Billy King. The rest of the band members are actually nameless in film.
|an actor, playing an actor, playing Dracula|
|bringing in Dracula's coffin|
|staked... but not for long|
|Dan Van Husen as Seward|
|the Barbies perform|
The imdb page is here.