National Lampoon's Dorm Daze 2

National Lampoon's Dorm Daze 2

DVD cover
Directed by
Produced by
  • Christopher Duddy
  • Brian Farber
  • Glenn W. Garland
  • Sanford Hampton
  • Albert Miniaci
  • Jor Van Kline
Written by
Music by David Hillenbrand
  • Robert Kositchek
  • Philip D. Schwartz
Edited by Dave O'Brien
Distributed by Lionsgate
Release dates
  • September 5, 2006 (2006-09-05)
Running time
100 minutes
Country United States
Language English

National Lampoon's Dorm Daze 2 (credited onscreen with the subtitle College @ Sea) is a 2006 American mystery comedy film and the sequel to National Lampoon Presents Dorm Daze (2003). Chris Owen and Danielle Fishel reprised their roles from the original along with Tony Denman, James DeBello, Patrick Cavanaugh, Marieh Delfino, Jennifer Lyons, and Gable Carr. Added to the ensemble are Vida Guerra, Charles Shaughnessy, Richard Riehle, Jasmin St. Claire, and Oren Skoog with Justin Whalin as "Foosball". The film was directed by the brothers David and Scott Hillenbrand and written by Patrick Casey and Worm Miller.

The music of UK Swing Band Dominic Halpin and the Honey B's is featured in this film along with the score composed by David Hillenbrand.


Dorm Daze 2 unfolds during a Semester-at-Sea-type cruise in the Caribbean. The class from Billingsly University are trying to put on a play to win a contest Sexy and scheming Gerri (Marieh Delfino) and stoner Pete (Patrick Cavanaugh) are competing for a scholarship. Newmar (Tony Denman) is trying to have sex with his Christian girlfriend (Vida Guerra). Rusty (Oren Skoog) is just trying to have sex with anything he can. The creepy Dante (Nicolas Shake) runs around planning all sorts of nefarious schemes. Meanwhile a priceless stolen jewel is loose on the boat and everyone is after it.



The film was shot on location in California. The primary location for the shoot being the Queen Mary docked in the harbor off Long Beach.


Dorm Daze 2 had its premiere screening at the Directors Guild of America Building in Hollywood on June 14, 2006.

Home media

The film was released on DVD September 5, 2006. It debuted at number 28 on the U.S. rental box office charts bringing in $790,000 in its first five days.[1]


A third film was planned but was reworked into what became Transylmania, released in 2009.


  1. "Top 50 United States DVD Rentals for the week ending 10 September 2006". IMDb. September 10, 2006. Retrieved September 15, 2006.
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