Watch From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money
- 1 hr 47 min
From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money is a 1999 American horror film, directed by Scott Spiegel and written by Spiegel, Duane Whitaker, and Boaz Yakin. It is the second film in the From Dusk Till Dawn franchise, and continues the story of the original film. The movie stars Robert Patrick as Buck, Bo Hopkins as Sheriff Lawson, Duane Whitaker as Luther, and Muse Watson as C.W. Niles.
The movie follows a group of criminals who plan to rob a bank in Mexico. The group includes Buck, a seasoned criminal who is leading the job; Sheriff Lawson, a corrupt lawman who is assisting the robbers; Luther, a career criminal; and C.W. Niles, a psychotic killer. They travel to Mexico and successfully rob the bank, but soon find themselves on the run from the law and a group of vampires.
The film begins with Buck and Luther meeting in a bar and discussing the robbery. They recruit Sheriff Lawson to help them, and the group heads to Mexico to carry out the heist. Upon their arrival, they are met by a local guide, Jesus, who takes them to the bank. The robbery goes smoothly, but when they try to leave, they find that their escape route is blocked by a group of bandits.
The bandits force the group to take a detour through a remote desert area. Along the way, they encounter a waitress named Marcy who is stranded on the side of the road. They stop to help her, but soon realize that she is a vampire. She attacks Buck, but he is able to fight her off. They continue on their way, but are soon ambushed by the bandits, who steal their money and leave them for dead.
The group makes their way to a nearby bar, where they meet Razor Eddie, a former vampire who has turned to religion. Razor Eddie offers to help them, and reveals that he is part of a group of vampire hunters who are trying to rid the world of the creatures. He gives the group a stash of weapons and helps them prepare for the inevitable attack.
The vampires soon descend on the bar, and a bloody battle ensues. Buck and his companions fight for their lives, using all their weapons and cunning to defeat the creatures. In the end, they emerge victorious, but at a terrible cost.
From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money is a thrilling and entertaining horror flick that delivers all the gore and violence that fans of the genre have come to love. The performances are solid, with Robert Patrick giving a standout turn as the hardened criminal Buck. The special effects are impressive, with some genuinely creepy and horrifying moments.
Overall, From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money is a worthy sequel to the original film, and a must-see for horror fans. It may not be a classic of the genre, but it is a solid and entertaining horror flick that delivers the goods.
From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money is a 1998 crime movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 47 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 4.1.