C.H.U.D., the 1984 schlock-horror classic, was a bona fide bad-movie howler, though an unintentional one. The big mistake made by the makers of C.H.U.D. II was aspiring to intentional humor. The results are intermittently amusing and, in the only genuine way the sequel matches the
original, virtually devoid of suspense. For those unfamiliar with the premise, C.H.U.D. is shorthand for Cannibalistic Humanoid Underground Dwellers, a deranged military experiment that went horribly out of control. As the sequel opens, the last existing C.H.U.D., nicknamed Bud (Gerrit Graham), is
being put into permanent cold storage. Wacky General Masters (Robert Vaughn) has Bud shipped...