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Død snø 2 (2014)

Død snø 2 (2014)

Vegar HoelØrjan GamstMartin StarrJocelyn DeBoer
Tommy Wirkola


Død snø 2 (2014) is a Norwegian,English,German movie. Tommy Wirkola has directed this movie. Vegar Hoel,Ørjan Gamst,Martin Starr,Jocelyn DeBoer are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2014. Død snø 2 (2014) is considered one of the best Action,Comedy,Fantasy,Horror movie in India and around the world.

If the worst day of your life consisted of accidentally killing your girlfriend with an axe, chain-sawing your own arm off, and watching in horror as your closest friends were devoured by a zombified Nazi battalion, you'd have to assume that things couldn't get much worse. In Martin's case, that was only the beginning.

Død snø 2 (2014) Reviews

  • The boldest finger to political correctness I have ever seen - and tons of twisted fun


    The first one was a gory blast. But the second one tops it in every conceivable way: This is a no-holds-barred splat-fest from the beginning to the end which would make (the early) Peter Jackson proud! I can take a lot of splatter, but I must admit: some scenes were so disgusting that I was as much retching as I was laughing (a very confusing experience - believe me), this movie really takes no prisoners. And it really seems to want to make a statement against political correctness: the elderly, the disabled, kids, mothers with strollers, gays, heck: even babies(!!!) all get blown up or hacked to pieces in such creative ways that even an old gore-hound like me was a bit shocked (I must shamefully admit). Then again, when you're dealing with Nazi-Zombies, that was to be expected. But the film is also very well done; the camera, the music, the sound-effects, and - most importantly - the make-up effects were absolutely fantastic. Nazi-Zombies have never looked better. A word to the wise, though: This film is absolutely not for the easily offended (or people, who - unlike me - have a certain amount of taste, decency and general common sense left). Watch at your own risk - 8 stars out of 10 from me. Favorite Low-Budget and B-movies: http://www.imdb.com/list/ls054808375/ Favorite Films: http://www.imdb.com/list/ls054200841/ Lesser-known Masterpieces: http://www.imdb.com/list/ls070242495/ Favorite TV-Shows reviewed: http://www.imdb.com/list/ls075552387/

  • Better than the first movie in every sense...


    Can't believe it has been 5 years already since the first "Død Snø" movie was out. Time really flies by fast, and this sequel has been long awaited. And it was with a great amount of expectation and high hopes that I sat down to watch "Død Snø 2".¨ Whereas the first movie was entertaining and loosely similar to "Evil Dead", then "Død Snø 2" has added more comedy, but also a great upgrade in budget, and it really shows. Everything in "Død Snø 2" is just a step up from what it was in the first movie, from the camera-work, to the zombie make-up, to the production value, and the list goes on and on. And for the gorehounds, then "Død Snø 2" really offer a good amount of entertainment. "Død Snø 2" is entertaining, just bear in mind that there is a fair amount of comedy throughout the movie as well, and if you enjoy movies such as "Evil Dead", "Shaun of the Dead", "Dead Alive" and the like, then you will most definitely like "Død Snø 2" as well. I was more than genuinely entertained and surprised by this movie, and it is a very worthy addition to the movie collection of any zombie aficionado. And the movie has enough contents to sustain more than a single watching. "Død Snø 2" is well worth the time and effort to sit down and watch. I am rating a "Død Snø 2" a solid and well-deserved 9 out of 10 stars.

  • More grue from Norway


    Picking up right where the first film ended (not to worry if you haven't seen the first one, they tell the story in flashbacks at the beginning) Hertzog and his troop of Nazi zombies are back to get their revenge. A few things differ in this movie from the first. First of all, there are a lot more comedic moments in this sequel. But to make up for that there is also a ton more gore. Intestines are constantly ripped out, a few heads are stomped, a few impalements happen, and lots more. They also gave Hertzog and his zombies the ability to talk in this one, where they weren't able to in the first. Hertzog also has the ability to raise the dead to join his army, as does Martin, the only survivor from the last movie, who returns in this as well. One of the downsides of this movie, are some of the supporting cast, such as the two female members of the American zombie hunters, who while their supposed to be played for comedic effect, are more annoying than funny. All in all, this movie outdoes the original in almost every way. See it.

  • Dead, Dead, Good.


    Having been a horror fan for longer than I can almost remember, I've seen countless zombie films, and while the genre has had life pumped into it on several occasions (the speedy zombies of 28 days/weeks, and the comedy zombies of Shaun of the Dead) in recent years it's kinda fell by the wayside once again. I enjoyed Dead Snow (the first film) but I'm not sure I gave it the praise many others did, preferring to just think of it as another (slightly gorier) Shaun film. So I came to DS2 with low expectations, I knew I'd probably like it, but gawd, I really didn't expect to fall on my knees and worship the thing. . Dead Snow 2: Red vs Dead is without doubt the most fantastic comedy horror I've seen in years - period. I saw Wolf Creek 2 just a few weeks back and while the improvement in that film over it's first part is sky high, Dead Snows is interstellar. It's extremely gory, almost to the point you'll wonder if you should be laughing at things like child kills, wheelchair kills, even baby kills, but man it's fun with a capital F. And, it looks absolutely beautiful too, with the Norwegian countryside just sparkling (no snow this time). I don't want to spoil anything for anyone here, but this movie manages (once more) to revive the undead sub-genre. It's action packed, and dare I say it, maybe even a little moving at the end? I loved every, single, blood splattered second of it and can't wait to buy it on bluray. And make sure you watch to the end of the titles by the way. Stunning stuff. Long live, the living dead.

  • A masterpiece of modern cinema...


    Everything in zombie movies has been done to death (see what I did there?). And yet, here comes a movie that actually adds to the genre whilst simultaneously disgusting me and making me belly laugh. And not one of those infectious belly laughs. You know, when you are in a theatre and something mildly amusing on-screen sends a ripple through the crowd which grows; mostly because the girl down the front has a weird cackling laugh that morphs into a full-on snort fest, and that just sets everyone else off. Yeah, well, it's not like that. I was on my own. And I laughed out loud multiple times. I genuinely LOLed. That's as rare as rocking horse faeces. Dead Snow 1 was a revelation; a brilliant twist on the genre. Dead Snow 2 adds again. The comedy elements are ratcheted up as is the budget. A budget wisely spent on special effects and sheer scale. If you are after genuine chills and insights into the human condition, Dead Snow 2 will leave you cold (see what I did there too?). But if your appetite runs to comedic gore in the vein of Peter Jackson's 'Brain Dead', you will love this one.


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