Sometimes They Come Back... for More

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Sometimes They Come Back... for More
Poster of the movie Sometimes They Come Back… for More.jpg
DVD cover
Directed by Daniel Zelik Berk
Produced by Diana Zahn
Daniel Zelik Berk
Written by Adam Grossman
Darryl Sollerh
Based on Characters
by Stephen King
Starring Clayton Rohner
Faith Ford
Damian Chapa
Chase Masterson
Music by Brian Langsbard
Cinematography Christopher Walling
Edited by Todd Clark
Distributed by Trimark Pictures
Release date
  • 1998 (1998)
Running time
86 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Sometimes They Come Back... for More is the second straight-to-video sequel to Sometimes They Come Back. The video was directed by Daniel Zelik Berk and released in 1998.

Plot[edit]

The U.S. military has a secret illegal mining operation in Antarctica. When one of the personnel stationed at the base goes on a rampage, two military operatives, Capt. Sam Cage (Clayton Rohner) and Maj. Callie O'Grady (Chase Masterson) drop in to search the base. They discover two survivors, medical officer Capt. Jennifer Wells (Faith Ford) and technical officer Lieut. Brian Shebanski (Max Perlich). The base radio is mysteriously smashed.

Going into the mining area of the base, Capt. Cage sees what appears to be another survivor and starts a chase through the corridors, taking an elevator to the second floor. When Maj. O'Grady collapses because of the gases in the mine he takes her to an elevator, only to discover they are actually on the fourth floor. Back in the main compound they discover that a body they had found in the snow has now moved and is gone. They find dead and dying personnel, and a book about conjuring the Devil. More bodies disappear when nobody's looking, and reappear later as lurching menaces. Soon Jennifer and Sam find themselves the only ones still alive, fighting the undead and their diabolical master.

Cast[edit]

See also[edit]

  • Project Iceworm - a top-secret United States Army program during the Cold War to build a network of mobile nuclear missile launch sites under the Greenland ice sheet.

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