The stupid humor and gory violence make this a movie that's only going to appeal to a certain audience. The mix is very well prioritized with excellent fidelity and no problems of any kind to report. However, there are a few segments that diminish the amusement, most notably the contrast on dark scenes. After they have celebrated, and having been exonerated from the murder charges after the police also witnessed the zombie battle, Martin drives to the church where Hanna is buried, digs up her corpse, and brings her back as a zombie. The blood and guts effects, which are numerous, offer a lot of opportunity for the palette to both literally and figuratively pop quite impressively. Highlights occasionally come close to blooming in some of the more wintry scenes, but contrast is on the whole consistent.
Dead expands the original's canvas without sacrificing any of its bloody fun, adding up to a sequel that fans of the first are bound to enjoy. The cinematography is good at outdoor as well as in daylight, however it becomes too blurry at night scenes or those in relatively dark area, which a good portion of the movie occurs at. And for the 2014 award, I think we can just cut to the chase and give the trophy to Dead Snow 2: Red vs. It's not the best example of how good these types of movies can be, but it's mostly fun nonetheless. Archived from on 26 November 2015. You will get a notification at the top of the site as soon as the current price equals or falls below your price.
Monica and Blake convince Glenn to act as bait to draw some of the zombies into a local swamp, where they kill them with pipe bombs they made from the supplies they had. I felt they could have done so much more with the fact that the zombies were Nazis. Martin and Glenn escape death by pretending to be mannequins in the museum. In Martin's case, that was only the beginning. After Martin kills several people against his will, he is sedated and strapped tightly to the bed. 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. The zombies looked really cool and scary and the killing scenes were also well done and pretty creative at times.
Although the acting wasn't quite Oscar quality, it was still pretty good overall. Come on, who cannot enjoy Soviet and Nazi zombie armies go at each other with melee weapons! Dead doesn't try to radically reinvent anything, simply picking up from where the first film evidently left off and continuing the misadventures of hero Martin Vegar Hoel , the sole human survivor albeit missing one arm of a rampaging Nazi zombie attack in the wilds of Norway. 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 would have to assume that things could not get much worse. There are a number of laugh out loud kill scenes scattered throughout the film, with totally over the top, gross out splatter effects and everything from poor, paralyzed people getting trampled by Nazis to a hapless woman getting pulverized by a marauding Nazi tank. The apps are synchronized with your account at Blu-ray. It is seriously hilarious piece of tongue-in-cheek zombie splatter, which does everything it aims to achieve with brilliance. The bulk of the film actually ends up taking place in and around a huge war museum which has a significant portion devoted to Nazi memorabilia, a collection which provides an important clue as to who exactly Herzog was is? I only knew that Wirkola was directing and it is a gory nazi zombie comedy.
There's little doubt the film is stuffed to the gills with stereotypical characters, but the screenplay is surprisingly witty for such a resolutely silly premise, and my hunch is most people will find at least a couple of laugh out loud moments sprinkled throughout the general mayhem. The gore is excessive maybe, but still entertaining. After shooting at them with the tank gun several times, Herzog continues on his way, believing Blake, Glenn and Monica to be dead. Maybe not as good as the first film, but worth seeing if you liked the original or if you are a zombie movie fan. Dead : Død Snø 2 is a 2014 Icelandic-Norwegian film directed by.
An oncoming truck slices off Herzog's arm, which remains in the car with Martin. In Martin's case, that was only the beginning. Daniel attempts to take control of the Nazi zombie's tank, Martin directly confronts Herzog, and the others fight Herzog's remaining zombies. The rest of the humor consists of gross-out gags and self-aware moments. It can be quite funny at times. Some movies like Dead Snow 2: Red vs. In Martin's case, that was only the beginning.
Norwegian Director- Tommy Wirkola, who brought us the kickass, Hansel and Gretel Witch Hunters, directs this crazy gory comedy movie about nazis, stolen gold and a cursed arm. The result is a surprisingly enjoyable b-movie. Do not watch this after lunch. While surveying the carnage, Martin accidentally discovers that his zombie arm can also raise and control the dead. » Although I kind of enjoyed some parts I was not a big fun of the first Dead Snow movie.
Unfortunately, there's a bit of inconsistency in plot where the characters pop-up, survive miraculously or act in very stupid manner. The story consists of Martin, who has been through hell at a cabin holiday infested with nazi zombies trying to retrive their gold that he and his friends found. Dead Snow 2: Red vs. The flashback will explain everything, so no need to watch the original. Dead Snow 2: Red vs. In the meantime, Norman has to deal with a hipster museum attendant Stig Frode Henriksen, who also co- wrote the film who becomes increasingly frantic once the zombies show up, as well as the Zombie Squad, who do indeed make it to Norway to help fight the good fight. It is seriously hilarious piece of tongue-in-cheek zombie splatter, which does everything it aims to achieve with brilliance.
As a result of it's goofiness this definitely isn't a movie for everyone. Dead begins with a brief recap offering the greatest hits or, considering the amount of vivisection on display, greatest splits of the first film, as Norman's voiceover gives us a very quick but more or less complete précis of what has already gone down. To his horror, Martin finds that a surgeon has attached Herzog's arm to his stump. Herzog is decapitated, and the head goes far off into the further away mountains; his troops fall lifelessly to the ground, saving Monica and Blake. But the Soviet zombies were resurrected by Martin, so they should be tied to Martin. I only knew that To be honest, I haven't seen the first movie.
I frankly never caught the first , but I've had my fair share of Nazi zombie movies to review , anyone? Dennis Harvey of criticized the film's -style tone and described the addition of the American characters as pandering to international audiences. In Martin's case, that was only the beginning. The sequel begins with a mad action sequence which capably defines the film's manic comedy style, as Norman tries to get the hell out of the Nazi infestation with a bunch of stormtroopers attached to his car. Dead is just flat out goofy fun, at least most of the time. Recommendation engine sorted out humorous, scary, not serious and dark humor films with plots about deadly, zombie, danger, supernatural, gory, survival and gore mostly in Comedy, Horror and Action genres.