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Carl Anthony Payne II
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Trapped in an isolated gas station by a voracious Splinter parasite that transforms its still living victims into deadly hosts, a young couple and an escaped convict must find a way to work together to survive this primal terror.
This isn't a bad sequel, but it isn't better or even in the same level as the first not that I expected much out of Dimension Extreme or anything. If you thought the characters in the first movie was awkward and weird, the characters in this film is on another level. This film just tries too hard to be over the top and way more crude and messed up, but that necessarily isn't a good thing. The monsters aren't even intimidating as they were in the first film, cause they seem slower and more vulnerable although they are larger in number this time around. Some of the characters seem similar as well, like the character Greg Swank which is like a sleazy and stupider version of the Coach in the first film, while giving some random speech about team work and working together while trying to play the hero, but just ends up messing everything up which I think was intentional but not as funny this time around, except when he gets the monsters to puke on grandma and pee on the girls which was a bit amusing to watch. This one tries to add some crude humor but it's just not that funny and ends up just being repulsive. There are also more random stuff going on in this film compared to the first one in order to add some humor, but doesn't really work. Like the scene where they try to catapult a midget to another building, it was pointless attempt at some crude humor which takes up a lot of time but really isn't even that funny, well at least it led to seeing the Tat Girl and Tit Girl's bare breasts so I guess is somewhat forgivable for a film like this. Everything in the sequel makes the audience get numb after a while and doesn't add the shock value they seem to be trying to achieve with it's vomit and gagging jokes thrown in. Also you didn't get the see much of the monsters in the first film which I think is a good thing, cause in this one it looks like men wearing rubber suits. Also the quality of this film appear way less than the first film, although the first one was low budget as well. The Bartender and Honey Pie was the only characters that appear again after the first "Feast" and Honey Pie don't add anything to the film but get beaten up, stumble around trying to survive but it all amounts to nothing, just about every character in this movie just isn't noteworthy. I give this film some props for at least trying to be more crazy than the first film, while being gimmicky. This isn't a terrible spoof though. The cinematography is nicely done for a "B" movie and at least they tried to be somewhat original while showing 2 hot girls bare breasts while kicking ass, the ending will make you feel cheated but I guess it's to set the audience up for part 3. The death of idiots and prick characters in this film is satisfying to watch as well, I think I might be giving this sequel a 6.3 out of nostalgia cause of the first.
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