The videocassette market has spawned innumerable sequels to films of which no one has ever heard, and GATE II is one of them. That's not to say that Tibor Takacs's THE GATE is a bad movie; just that it's a very minor one that would hardly strike the average moviegoer as a likely candidate
for a sequel. After all, that 1987 release's only real asset was some imaginative special effects work, particularly a walking corpse that dissolved into a hoard of tiny, chattering demons. Cool enough to rent, though hardly compelling enough to get most people to shell out $7.50 at a movie
theater. Still, GATE II was made and received a limited theatrical release before joining i...