“Poltergeist II: The Other Side” quotes(1986)
Title Poltergeist II: The Other Side
Director Brian Gibson
Director Brian Gibson
Plot – The Freeling family moves to their maternal grandmother's home in another city after evil spirits make their house disappear. However, for Steve Freeling's family there is no peace, because the spirits are hunting them and young Carol Anne is victim to paranormal phenomena. When grandmother Jesse dies, objects swirl in the house, at night the phone rings and spirals and vortexes of mysterious presences appear. Walking with her mother Diane and her brother Robbie, one day Carol Anne runs into a strange lanky old man dressed like a pastor from the past: it is Kane, one of the living dead, former head of a religious sect that buried itself in the town cemetery during the nineteenth century to await the end of the world. Diana's friend, the dwarf Tangina, who has strange powers, and the Indian shaman Taylor, who decides to protect Steve Freeling and his loved ones, are also aware of these creatures that do not accept being dead. The struggle between Evil and Kane on one side and the family and the shaman on the other becomes more dangerous. Shaman Taylor continues to recommend that the four keep loving each other and always remain united, because the evil pastor is seeking to kidnap Carol Anne. Steve then becomes possessed and ends up spitting a monstrous demon out of his body, while the four are tossed and transferred into another dimension, rolling in the air and then fortunately returning to Earth. The restless disturbing creatures of the cemetery are defeated forever. Taylor leaves satisfied and the Freeling family faces happier days to be spent in the reconstruction of the old house.
All actors – JoBeth Williams, Craig T. Nelson, Heather O'Rourke, Oliver Robins, Zelda Rubinstein, Will Sampson, Julian Beck, Geraldine Fitzgerald, John P. Whitecloud, Noble Craig, Susan Peretz, Helen Bollshow all
“Poltergeist II: The Other Side” Quotes 12 quotes
“- Diane: They denied our claim again.
- Steve Freeling: What?
- Diane: I told you we never should have said the house vanished into the air.”
“Nothing really dies, like when a caterpillar becomes a butterfly. Death only transforms us into another state of being.”
“You're not a mother. It is my job to do everything I can to make my children part of a normal world. A world of schools and friends and lovers and families of they're own someday.”
“- Taylor: He wants to be a man.
- Diane: Well, there are a lot of ways to be a man. I'm not sure wearing claw marks and warpaint is one of them.”
“- Taylor: I'm a warrior. A warrior would rather be defeated and die, than act against his nature. That is the path you have chosen to take, whether you know it or not. You should assume full responsibility.
- Steve Freeling: Responsibility for what?
- Taylor: Responsibility for everything. Everything in your world.”