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A few months after a hideously deformed Seth Brundle was mercifully killed by his lover Veronica, she dies giving birth to Seth's son Martin. Martin is raised by Seth's evil employer Anton Bartok, who requires Martin's help to solve the problems of the Telepods, believing the Telepods are the key for worldwide domination. Martin ages at an accelerated rate (being the equivalent of 20 human years old at the age of 5), and the fly genes he inherited from his father begin to transform him into Martinfly, who, unlike his sickly father, is a very deadly force to be reckoned with. Befriended by beautiful computer specialist Beth Logan, Martin sets out for a way to cure himself, discovering that the answer lies within the Telepods...
Like father, like son.
Also Known As:
The Fly 2
Title: Fly II, The
Release Date: February 10, 1989
Runtime: 105 mins
All Genres: Horror, Sci-Fi
Sound: Dolby SR
IMDB Rating: 4.4
Brimstone Pit Rating: 5.4 - (Rate This Horror Movie)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With F
MPAA Rating: R
Eric Stoltz ...Martin Brundle
Daphne Zuniga ...Beth Logan
Lee Richardson ...Anton Bartok
John Getz ...Stathis Borans
Frank C. Turner ...Shepard
Ann Marie Lee ...Dr. Jainway
Gary Chalk ...Scorby
Saffron Henderson ...Veronica 'Ronnie' Quaife
Harley Cross ...Martin Brundle - 10 years old
Matthew Moore ...Martin Brundle - 4 years old
Rob Roy ...Wiley
Andrew Rhodes ...Hargis
Pat Bermel ...Mackenzie
William S. Taylor ...Dr. Trimble
Jerry Wasserman ...Simms
Duncan Fraser ...Obstetrician
Janet Hodgkinson ...Nurse
Sean O'Byrne ...Perinatologist
Mike Winlaw ...Neonatologist
Allan Lysell ...Guard 'A'
Suzanne Ristic ...Guard #1
Danny Virtue ...Guard #2
Kimelly Anne Warren ...Maria
Ken Camroux ...Linder
Bruce Harwood ...Technician
Lorena Gale ...Woman
Bill Dow ...Man
David Mylrea ...Flywalker
Robert Metcalfe ...Observer #1
Garwin Sanford ...Observer #2
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Steven Charles Jaffe
The Fly II Horror Film Trailer 1
"LOCK, STOCK AND TEARDROPS"
"DEEP INSIDE YOUR LOVE"
More Movie Taglines:
- Like father, like son.
- A new generation of terror!
- [meeting with Stathis Borans, now a bitter, crippled recluse] Martin Brundle: I saw you on the videotape. You were... Stathis Borans: Don't sit there! Martin Brundle: You were there the night my father died; he was working on a cure. Stathis Borans: That's why you dragged yourself all the way out here? To find out about a cure? Martin Brundle: You're my only hope. Stathis Borans: Ah. Oh, kid, the last thing *I* am, is *anybody's* hope. You really don't want to hear about this. Martin Brundle: I *have* to know. Stathis Borans: Brundle stole my girl, your mother. Got her pregnant. Caused her death. Dissolved my hand and my foot with fly vomit! I had no love for the man. He "bugged" me! As for the "cure" he was working on: he dragged your mother kicking and screaming into that telepod, that they might be fused together in one beautiful body. So your mother blew his brains out with a shotgun. *There's* your *cure*. Go *away*. Beth Logan: You bastard! Where's your compassion? Stathis Borans: [chuckles] I had to give it up; it cost me an arm and a leg! Martin Brundle: It cost you more than that.
Beth: You can't walk... and you're getting worse... Martin Brundle: I'm getting...*better*!
[from videotape, actually a deleted scene from THe Fly 1986] Seth Brundle (on videotape): I should feel exactly the same as before, but...I don't! I feel...very...energized, very coordinated. I feel as though I work better physically. You know, everything seems to work better than it did before. Veronica Quaife (on videotape): Why should that be? Seth: I dunno...It's possible that the teleporter somehow...*improved* me. It might have seen where things could be improved, theoretically, and it did it. I told it to be creative, and...I dunno, maybe it has been...
[first lines] Veronica Quaife (on videotape): Oh, my God! There's something wrong! I can feel it!
Anton Bartok: [to Martin] You can finish your Father's work. You're just as brilliant as he was, perhaps even more so.
- The book next to the sleeping technician in the control room at the beginning of the film is "The Shape of Rage", an anthology of writings about the films of David Cronenberg, who directed this film's predecessor.
John Getz (as Stathis Borans) is the only actor reprising a role from the original The Fly (1986).
The first videotape of Seth Brundle (where he theorizes that the teleporter improved him) is actually part of a deleted scene from The Fly (1986). The scene was slightly edited for this film, and Veronica's (Geena Davis's) voice was dubbed over by Saffron Henderson (who plays Veronica at the beginning of The Fly II).
The Telepod props from the The Fly (1986) were destroyed after filming was completed and were rebuilt.
The green flashes of light between each credit in the title sequence were actually borrowed from an alternate, unused title sequence for The Fly (1986).
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