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Gremlins 2: The New Batch

Gremlins 2: The New Batch

Gremlins 2: The New Batch is a wildly entertaining and comedic horror film that was released in 1990. Directed by Joe Dante, this sequel to the highly popular 1984 film Gremlins takes the chaos and mischief caused by the mischievous creatures, known as gremlins, to a whole new level. Filled with memorable characters, hilarious moments, and a touch of horror, this film remains a cult favorite amongst fans.

The film features an impressive cast that brings the story to life with their exceptional performances. The main character, Billy Peltzer, is once again portrayed by Zach Galligan. Billy is a lovable protagonist who finds himself battling against the gremlin invasion. Joining Billy is his girlfriend, Kate Beringer, played by the talented Phoebe Cates. The chemistry between the two actors enhances the emotional depth of the film.

In Gremlins 2: The New Batch, Billy and Kate work at the Clamp Center, a high-tech office building owned by eccentric billionaire Daniel Clamp, played by John Glover. Glover injects the character with a mix of zany humor and subtle vulnerability. He perfectly embodies the over-the-top nature of the film.

Adding to the chaos is Christopher Lee, who plays Dr. Catheter, a mad scientist conducting experiments on the gremlins. Lee brings his iconic presence to the screen and delivers a delightfully sinister performance. Alongside Lee is Robert Prosky as Grandpa Fred, the wise janitor who possesses knowledge about the gremlins. Prosky’s portrayal of the curious and endearing Grandpa Fred adds warmth and depth to the film.

The centerpiece of Gremlins 2 is the gremlins themselves, who are a fantastic blend of puppetry, animatronics, and visual effects. These little devilish creatures are the source of both humor and horror throughout the film. With their distinct personalities and mischievous antics, they wreak havoc on the Clamp Center, leading to hilarious set pieces and memorable scenes.

The film is also famous for its clever self-awareness and its ability to parody various elements of Hollywood and pop culture. There are numerous references to other movies within Gremlins 2, including spoofing classic scenes from famous films like The Wizard of Oz and Rambo. This meta-commentary adds an extra layer of sophistication to the comedy and keeps the audience engaged.

Accompanying the film is a memorable and catchy soundtrack composed by the renowned Jerry Goldsmith. His score masterfully combines whimsical and thrilling elements, mirroring the mischievous nature of the gremlins themselves. The music serves to enhance the overall experience and keep viewers on the edge of their seats.

If you are a fan of Gremlins 2: The New Batch, you can now play and download these sounds here. Relive the infectious laughter of the gremlins and the iconic lines that have become pop culture references over the years. Immerse yourself in the world of chaos and humor brought to life by the diverse cast and the talented crew behind the film.

In conclusion, Gremlins 2: The New Batch is a must-watch for horror-comedy enthusiasts. Filled with memorable characters, hilarious moments, and a touch of horror, it remains an iconic film amongst fans worldwide. With its talented cast, stunning visuals, and clever self-awareness, this 1990 sequel continues to entertain audiences even decades after its release. So grab some popcorn, dim the lights, and get ready for a wild and laughter-filled ride with the mischievous gremlins.

A brochure for the Archery Channel.
A half day off once the building is operational. Thank you, sir.
A head came up, with big ears. There was a thing in the topping.
A lot of buildings wouldn't stand up to this intense use.
A Macy's parade float. Have you thought about merchandising?
A man with a beard and hat... Looked just like Abe Lincoln.
A newsstand and souvenir concession in the atrium.
A spontaneous flood of appreciation for all I've done for the community.
A terrible thing happened to me once on Lincoln's birthday.
A, B, C, D, J, K...
After all this time, I'm still in the same job.
Alert personnel. We have a career opportunity in level seven.
ALEX: Sure that isn't pickling?
All I have is a cross eyed puppet named lgor.
All right, then!
All right. Carry on. Careful, that stuff's slippery.
All they have to do is eat children, there'd be appalling publicity.
All they wanna see is Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
An invention for fools!
And after 12, it comes out. He didn't eat it after midnight.
And all the automatic doors are locked.
And for that, my little friend...
And get some sun this weekend!
And I'm able, mm hm
And in an even more bizarre twist, one of the creatures...
And in our gift store...
And somebody was humming it.
And step around the heart of it
And thanks so much.
And then I go over to the coffin and I...
And they like the dark.
And you sell...
Are longing to stray
Are we so desperate for entertainment that this trash passes for fun?
Are you crazy?
Are you having a run on the banks yet? It's brutal here.
As you probably know, an entire race of strange beings...
As you probably know...
As you're aware, sunlight poses a problem for our ethnic group.
Ask him how he knows about these things.
At least we can keep them from getting wet.
Back order. Back order. All a man wants is some fresh germs.
Bad?! Only one of my channels is still on the air.
Because I'm ready, mm hm
Before microwaves, this used to take forever.
Betty, did you finish shredding my mail?
BETTY: I'm just finishing, Mr. Clamp. Good.
Bill, any progress? Just tell me there's progress.
Bill, huh? That's what we need here, people who produce.
BILL: Gizmo? Gizmo...
Billy said to feed you before midnight. He didn't say what you like.
Billy said to take you home, so I'm just...
Billy, I hope you know what the hell you're doing.
Billy, this is just what I don't need right now.
Billy, this is some crazy city. We tried to get a cab.
Billy, you're so good at your job. Sooner or later, they'll notice.
BILLY: Are there any bright lights here?
BILLY: At least we could afford a decent place to live. Get married.
BILLY: He likes the headband.
BILLY: I always knew I liked to draw.
BILLY: I don't know. I guess they pushed him too far.
BILLY: Marla, the first plan... The deadline's not my fault.
BILLY: Remember Kingston Falls? GUARD: I remember the Kingston Trio.
BILLY: They're eating the genetic stuff.
Billy.
BOY: The Futtermans come to town tomorrow.
Bright light. We'll need some of these.
But if one of them could power a portable radio for a month...
But look at him.
But more importantly, we hope you have enjoyed life.
But now, we can make the same...
But those dancing days are done.
But you don't think that...
But...
Bypass the file server.
Calm down. He should be in custody. He's dangerous.
Can I cut you an antler?
Can I get you coffee or tea?
Can the Gremsters stand up to the Hulkster?
CASHIER: It comes off when they roast them.
Casper, have this tissue analyzed.
Catch it! Don't let it go!
CATHETER: Definite progress, gentlemen.
CATHETER: I know, you think I'm insane.
CATHETER: Lewis. We got something for you to look at.
CATHETER: Years of research, patents, experiments!
Charge!
Check it out one time, won't you?
Clamp Centre is the most advanced "smart building" in America...
Clamp Premiere Regency Trade Centre and Retail Concourse.
CLAMP: Bill! Mr. Clamp, sir, are you okay?
CLAMP: Call that big department store. They got lots offloats.
CLAMP: I thought this would never run. Maybe it will, now.
CLAMP: Take it easy with that thing. Be careful up there!
CLAMP'S VOICE: At Clamp Enterprises we want you to achieve all you can.
CLAMP'S VOICE: I'm Daniel Clamp. No New York visit is complete...
CLAMP'S VOICE: No visit to New York is complete without...
Climate control malfunction, floors 15 and 16.
Coffee mugs that say, "World's Greatest Lover."
Coffee?
Come on, pretty baby
Come with me. I got you. I'll take care of you.
Coming to work every day in a $200,000,000...
COMPUTER: Peltzer. ...Peltzer?
Confucius...
Creature, what is it that you want?
DAFFY: Oh, no, you don't!
Daniel Clamp would like to speak to you.
Darling, it's you! Thank God you're here.
Did you hear that cough? He's an antique.
Did you miss me?
Diplomacy, compassion, standards, manners, tradition.
Do better!
Do I have to come up there?
Do we have a problem communicating? You're gone. Terminated.
Do you know how much the Clamp organization has spent...
Do you know what kind of lawsuits we're looking at?
Dolls with suction cups staring out car windows.
Don't do that. I hate it when you do that.
Don't expose them to bright light because it kills them.
Don't give up now.
Don't mention Lincoln.
Don't mess with Futterman!
Don't patronize me! I saw them.
Don't talk to me like I'm crazy. I'm not crazy!
Don't worry. Soon Mr. Clamp will drop the cloth...
Dracula?
Echo!
Elevator, stop.
Enact the age old drama of self preservation.
End of medical benefits, that's right. Clean out the desk, one hour.
Enough!
Everything you've worked hard to accomplish, we aspire to.
Everything's gonna be fine.
Excuse me? Where'd you hear that?
Fade out.
Fifty years of you hogging the spotlight is enough.
First, one to Frager, in public relations.
First, our video watch.
Food fight! Food fight! Food fight!
Fooling around with animals.
For those with cable TV at home...
FORSTER: No, if you were, we couldn't sue you.
Frankly, kid...
Fred, what we want...
FRED: Incredible as it seems, ladies and gentlemen...
FRED: The creatures seem to be melting into horrible little green and brown...
Fun, but in no sense civilized.
Genetic sun block.
Get it off! Get it off! Get it off!
GIRL: Mom, I wanna see the Gremlins!
GIRL: Mr. Futterman must be better if he can travel.
Give me a wave form on temps.
Give me video.
Gizmo, I'm here.
Gizmo, you're so hyper.
Gizmo, zap, zap!
GIZMO: HBO. What did he say?
GIZMO: Light bright! Light bright!
GIZMO: MTV? HBO?
GIZMO: Nick at Nite? KATIE: No.
GIZMO: Showtime! MTV.
Gizmo?
Gizmo.
Gizmo.
Go home now.
Go on about what you'd be doing normally.
Go through it quickly because of the danger in the building.
Go to Barneys and get new clothes. Give this man a credit card.
God, we're late. There's a cab.
Going down!
Going up!
Good boy. Nice boy.
Good morning, Mr. Forster.
Good morning, Mr. Wing. Let's cut right to key issues, okay?
Gosh. I'm feeling so vulnerable with you, Billy.
Great horror movies are in black and white. Mr. Clamp only likes color.
Great.
GREMLIN 1: Buy! Buy! Buy! GREMLIN 2: Sell! Sell! Sell!
GREMLIN 1: Tweet, tweet.
GREMLIN 2: Bunny rabbit.
GREMLIN: Bull's eye! ...home.
GREMLIN: Con Ed.
GREMLIN: Gizmo, ca ca!
GREMLIN: Gizmo, ca ca!
GREMLIN: Gizmo, Gizmo, Gizmo, Gizmo!
GREMLIN: Hair!
GREMLIN: Make a wish!
GREMLIN: Thirty eight.
GUARD: They wreck things!
Have the people in Chinatown give a street festival.
Having monsters drive a snowplow through your house will do that.
He called you Bill. This is very big.
He likes this music?
He wants cable.
He was a little distressed after what happened with those...
He's here! Mr. Clamp, can we have a statement?
He's in the phone system on hold.
He's wired.
Headquarters of Clamp Enterprises...
Hello? Forster, what are you...? Okay, we'll get you out. What floor?
Hello.
Here in Manhattan...
Here we go.
Hey, Bill! Oh, boy!
Hey, guy, how you doing?
Hey, pal, I sure hope you washed those hands.
Hey, Quasimodo, you home?
Hey, that's Clamp! Let's go!
Hey, you! Come here.
Hey...
Hi, I hear your copier's down.
Hi. I'm Leonard Maltin, and this is The Movie Police.
His wife says he is better. He was just rattled.
Hit it!
Hm.
Hold it! Get the hell out of there.
Honey, that's my boss. That's the woman I work with.