Maniac Cop 2
Maniac Cop 2 (1990)

"You have the right to remain silent . . . Forever!" This sequel to Maniac Cop pits Matt Cordell (Robert Z'dar), the crazed, murderous "Maniac Cop" of the first film (now horribly disfigured after a particularly… More

Rated: R
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Release Date: June 13, 1991
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Critic Score: 60% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Simon Abrams
Village Voice

The plot - Robert Davi's stoic detective and Claudia Christian's pushy psychologist hunt an undead lawman (Robert Z'Dar) - is pretty dull, but the film handily coasts on sleazy charm.

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Brian Juergens
Freeze Dried Movies

Best... Low-rent car chase... Ever.

Scott Weinberg

As enjoyably sleazy as part 1.

James Kendrick
Q Network Film Desk

its action sequences have a real sense of grit and danger due to their pre-CGI use of actual city locations and stuntpeople lighting themselves on fire, jumping out of buildings, and hanging on the outside of speeding cars

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Jeffrey M. Anderson
San Francisco Examiner

A thrilling, inventive 'B' film.

Felix Vasquez Jr.
Cinema Crazed

A worthy follow-up to a slasher classic...

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Fred Topel

A fun slasher movie. The fire sequence at the end is great.

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Flixster Audience Score: 41% Flixster User Reviews
Cory Taylor
Like most propulsive action pictures, the sordidly jaunty 'Maniac Cop 2' starts with an in media action extravaganza that recaps the first film and it… More
Dean McKenna
The sequel is better than the original, it's still pretty much par for the course in the horror-movie sequel stakes. This time the officers who refuse to… More
Alex roy
Sequel to the awesome Maniac Cop, Maniac Cop 2 is one awesome ride. Not as great as the original, this still manages to deliver awesome Horror thrills mixed… More
Darik Houseknecht
Terminator 2: Judgment Day. The Empire Strikes Back. The Godfather, Part II. Each of these films is a member of an elite brotherhood of movie sequels, films… More
Anthony Lawrie
Killing off the main characters from the first film was a mistake. Robert Davi was good but not enough to save the film!
Sylvester Kuo
A decent sequel to the first film, picking up from where the last movie left off, this time, Maniac cop not only kills cops but also saves criminals. Despite… More