From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money
From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money ★★ Texas Blood Money 1998 (R)
Buck (Patrick) and his partner-in-crime Luther (Whitaker) decide to get a few bad men together and knock over a bank in Mexico. However, the group unwittingly come into contact with the vampire denizens of the Titty Twister bar and soon join the ranks of the undead. Except for Buck, who's somehow managed to avoid having the bite put on him—for now. Direct-to-video sequel is set two weeks after the first film's carnage. 88m/C VHS, DVD . Robert Patrick, Bo Hopkins, Muse Watson, Duane Whitaker, Raymond Cruz, Tiffani(-Amber) Thiessen, Brett Harrelson, Danny Trejo, Bruce Campbell; D: Scott Spiegel; W: Duane Whitaker, Scott Spiegel; C: Philip Lee; M: Joseph Williams. VIDEO
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