It's years after the first movie and the boy, Martin, has settled down and started a family in Canada. He lives in a log cabin and off the land. But the vampires have come, led by a one-eyed vampire woman. He ventures back into the States to find the legendary vampire killer, Mister. Along the way he encounters some bad people. First, there's an elderly couple who seem friendly at first, then try to drug and kill him. He gets them first. Then, he's captured by a Thunderdome-type group who are cannibals. He's put in an arena and is matched against, you guessed it, Mister, the old friend he's been searching for. They escape with a young woman and take refuge at Mister's house, which he has booby-trapped. However, they are again attacked and Mister taken captive. Eventually he's freed-and reveals that he's responsible for the wrath of the vampire woman-she's able to breed and he killed her offspring and blinded her in one eye. There's a big confrontation between them and the vampire's followers and Mister makes a life-changing decision. This is a decent enough sequel but not needed. The first is far better. AKA Stake Land II.