Howling II: Your Sister is a Werewolf (1986) (part 1 of 9)

The Cast of Characters:
Christopher Lee as Stefan CrosscoeStefan Crosscoe (Christopher Lee). Werewolf hunter with a link to the main villain of the film. I could say Christopher Lee is slumming it here… and I’d be right.
Sybil Danning as StirbaStirba (Sybil Danning). Queen of all werewolves and the goofiest—um, I mean, the most evil being on the planet, though I’d say her hair and costume consultants might qualify for that title as well.
Reb Brown as BenBen (Reb Brown). Brother of the previous film’s heroine. Big, kinda dumb, and screams like a chick during action sequences. So… just another day at the office for Reb Brown, I guess.
Annie McEnroe as JennyJenny (Annie McEnroe). The obligatory love interest, and a former colleague of Ben’s sister looking to write a good story. Needless to say, if that’s what she’s after, she’s in the wrong movie.
Marsha A. Hunt as MarianaMariana (Marsha A. Hunt). Stirba’s main henchwolf. Really doesn’t have much to do but stand around and have frizzy ‘80s hair.
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Ed Harris

A fan of less than great cinema since childhood, Ed divides his time between writing scripts, working an actual paying job and subjecting himself willingly to some of the worst films society has produced.

Multi-Part Article: Howling II: Your Sister is a Werewolf (1986)

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  • Sophonisba

    The blurb about Babylon the Great from Revelation that Lee was reading at the beginning is generally agreed to be a metaphor for Rome, and Rome *was* founded by the son(s) of the she-wolf, so it makes… about as much sense as anything seems to in this movie, and probably seemed Deep and Meaningful to the filmmakers in whatever period of sleep deprivation in which they came up with the idea of using it.