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"The sequel you did Nazi coming!" Oh my, what a tagline. Well Go USA has debuted one last official trailer for Tommy Wirkola's sequel Dead Snow 2: Red vs. Dead, the follow-up to the insanely absurd horror comedy Dead Snow from 2009. This time they up the ante taking things out of the winter wilderness and onto the streets of a small town when the undead Nazi army returns to finish what they started. The film picks up where the first left off with Martin, played by Vegar Hoel, still alive after the first incident but stuck with a "super-powered Zombie arm" trying to kill him. We previously featured an early festival teaser for this a while ago, but this footage gives us a taste of the entire film and it looks wild 'n crazy, as expected. Here's the latest official trailer for Tommy Wirkola's Dead Snow 2: Red vs. »
- Alex Billington
A deranged new trailer for Tommy Wirkola's Nazi zombie horror comedy sequel, Dead Snow: Red Vs. Dead, has been released. If you enjoyed the first film, then you're sure going to love this one. It looks way more bat-shit insane than the first movie!
Martin (Vegar Hoel) hasn’t had the best vacation. He accidentally killed his girlfriend with an axe. He cut his own arm off with a chainsaw. And his friends Still got devoured by a battallion of Nazi Zombies. This morning, he woke up in a hospital bed with a new arm – but it’s a super-powered Zombie arm that wants to kill him, and anything else it can reach. Martin’s Pissed. And with the help of his new Zombie Squad pals (Martin Starr, Jocelyn DeBoer, Ingrid Haas), he’s gonna deliver some payback to Colonel Herzog and his precious Nazi gold – by raising »
- Joey Paur
Finally got a U.S. trailer for the upcoming sequel ‘Dead Snow 2′ and well, it just rocks.
Vying for the top spot on this horror fans “must see” list this long awaited second chapter looks to be one of the wildest rides in years. Check this thing out!
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Complete insanity! Here’s the official synopsis:
“They’re not just zombies. They’re Nazi zombies.And there’s a lot of … Continue reading →
- Dave Dreher
Poor Martin. The only survivor of the first Dead Snow discovers in Dead Snow 2: Red vs. Dead that his troubles are far from over. You see, the infected arm he had to hack off in the last film has since been replaced by a Nazi zombie arm, and it’s got a mind of its […]
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- Angie Han
Just days before it debuts as an opening night selection at Fantastic Fest on September 18, Well Go USA has released a new trailer for Dead Snow: Red Vs. Dead. Vegar Hoel returns as Martin, whose friends were eaten alive by a group of Nazi zombies in director Tommy Wirkola's original classic Dead Snow. The follow-up begins with Martin waking up in a hospital, with a new zombie arm replacing the one he cut off in the original. With the help of his new zombie friends, Martin raises an undead army of his own to get revenge on Colonel Herzog (Ørjan Gamst).
Martin (Vegar Hoel) hasn't had the best vacation. He accidentally killed his girlfriend with an axe. He cut his own arm off with a chainsaw. And his friends Still got devoured by a battallion of Nazi Zombies. This morning, he woke up in a hospital bed with »
Ahead of its U.S. release next month, a new trailer has arrived online for Dead Snow 2: Red vs. Dead, director Tommy Wirkola’s follow-up to his cult 2009 horror comedy Dead Snow, and we’ve got it for you below after the official synopsis…
They’re not just zombies. They’re Nazi zombies. And there’s a lot of them. On the orders of a rotten Führer, the zombies from Dead Snow return to settle old German scores. In the continuation of the epic splatterfest from 2009, Martin, the sole survivor of the first movie, prove that there’s more badass shit in Northern Norway than even Nazi zombies would be prepared for. The table is set for a massive revenge epic, where blood, guts, brains and throats are not the only things dredged up from the darkness. Old hatred never rots.
Dead Snow 2: Red vs. Dead will receive »
- Gary Collinson
“These are not your textbook zombies. These are cursed zombies, awakened to complete a task given to them.” The fight between the living and the risen dead continues in Tommy Wirkola’s Dead Snow 2: Red vs. Dead. The new trailer shows Martin once again fighting Colonel Herzog’s Nazi zombies, but this time he has to deal with a possessed arm reminiscent of Ash’s infected hand from Evil Dead 2.
“Martin (Vegar Hoel) hasn’t had the best vacation. He accidentally killed his girlfriend with an axe. He cut his own arm off with a chainsaw. And his friends Still got devoured by a battallion of Nazi Zombies. This morning, he woke up in a hospital bed with a new arm – but it’s a super-powered Zombie arm that wants to kill him, and anything else it can reach. Martin’s Pissed. And with the help of his new Zombie Squad pals (Martin Starr, »
- Derek Anderson
If the mad zombie Nazi antics of 2009’s Dead Snow weren’t enough to slake your thirst for Ott battles against undead bastards, then prepare yourself for the sequel, which is on its way. Dead Snow 2: Red Vs. Dead promises more of the same, and the trailer can be seen below. Picking up the story after the original, we find Martin (Vegar Hoel) still suffering the effects of his encounter with the creatures. He accidentally killed his girlfriend with an axe. He cut his own arm off with a chainsaw. And his friends Still got devoured by a battalion of Nazi Zombies - which is a tough day by anyone's standards. And in fairness, his friends had it worse…In this insane-looking sequel he wakes up in a hospital bed with a new arm – but it’s a super-powered Zombie arm that wants to kill him and anything else »
Cinema is about to get much more horrific as we get closer to the month of October. Halloween brings forth the dread, the macabre, and usually some laughs. A surge of horror films will take hold as people seek to be scared and entertained with the likes of serial killers, ghosts and the almighty fan-favorite; zombies. If entertainment is what you seek, look no further than the new trailer for Dead Snow 2: Red Vs. Dead, which sets the tone nicely. The synopsis is as follows: Martin »
- Sean Wist
Director Tommy Wirkola has achieved something that few are able to do: He made a horror sequel that surpasses the original in every way with Dead Snow 2: Red vs. Dead. At least I thought so when I saw it earlier this year at the Stanley Film Festival (read my review here). You'll be able to weigh in on this yourself when WellGo brings the film to select theaters on October 10th. Until then, enjoy this U.S. trailer that Shock is happy to exclusively debut.
The post Exclusive: The Dead Snow 2 U.S. Trailer is Here to Crush You appeared first on Shock Till You Drop. »
- Ryan Turek
Welcome to the latest installment of the Nerdly poster round-up, where we bring you up to speed on some of the best movie posters to have hit the interwebs in recent weeks. Including posters for The Houses October Built, These Final Hours, the The Town That Dreaded Sundown remake, The Babadook, The Devils Hand, Dracula Untold, The Pact 2, Inner Demons, Dead Snow 2, and Life After Beth – on which we appear(!).
The Houses October Built
The Devils Hand
The Pact 2
- Phil Wheat
Back in their comfy armchairs and ready to talk all things trash, horror and schlock, Matt and Dom all but immediately hurl themselves into a (often stinking) pile of B-movie mayhem. Kicking off with reviews of the pretty awful Leprechaun: Origins and Jersey Shore Massacre, the guys then move on to pastures greener with reviews of Septic Man and Wer, then straight into horror Nirvana with Dead Snow 2: Read Vs Dead. As the horror season approaches, viewers need to know which films are egregious tricks and which are tasty treats – and The Graveyard Shift is crazy enough to traverse everything the horror genre has to offer in search of hidden gems!
Rounding off the show, the guys bring two beloved films from their respective collections to the table, with Matt repping 2005′s Feast and Dom adoringly pawing over Norman Mailer’s grossly under-appreciated good-bad masterpiece Tough Guys Don’t Dance. »
- Dominic Mill
Gearing up for another year at Sheffield's Showroom Cinema, horror film festival Celluloid Screams has announced the full line-up of blood-soaked goodies it has in store for the weekend of October 24-26 – and boy, is it Astron-omically good!
Here it comes... straight from the press release to your eyeballs:
Opening Gala: The Editor (UK Premiere)
Kicking off Celluloid Screams 2014 in fine style, we proudly present the mind-boggling new opus from Canadian filmmaking collective Astron-6 – an affectionate tribute to the Italian giallo thrillers of the 1970s and 1980s.
Rey Ciso was once the greatest editor the world had ever seen, but after a horrific accident left him with four wooden fingers on his right hand, he’s had to resort to cutting low budget trash pictures. When the lead actors from the film he’s been editing turn up murdered at the studio, »
- Gareth Jones
The full schedule for the Lund International Fantastic Film Festival was unveiled just before the weekend. We had previously announced that the festival already included highly sought after films like The Guest, The Babadook and V/H/S Viral. Well. if you head on over to the festival site and peruse the schedule you will see that the programmers have bulked up on genre greatness! There are simply too many to list here, so I will give you a quick summary. There will be a retrospective screening of Cannibal Holocaust. Other festival faves include Housebound, Cold in July, Why Don't You Play In Hell?, Dead Snow 2: Red vs Dead, The Canal, It Follows, Open Windows, and Zombeavers! And the list just keeps on going. A quick count puts it...
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In case you haven't noticed, it's film fest season; and if you live in or near Toronto, one of the best is kicking off October 16th: Toronto After Dark, now in its 9th year. Per usual, it's chock-full of many of the latest high profile titles so read on for all the details!
From the Press Release:
Toronto After Dark Film Festival is thrilled to officially unveil its first wave of exciting film announcements for 2014! Included in the lineup are some of the most critically acclaimed and eagerly anticipated new horror, sci-fi, action, and cult films from this year’s international film festival circuit.
These 10 new movies will all have their Toronto, Canadian, North American, or World Theatrical Premieres hosted exclusively at the festival’s 9th Annual Edition this October 16-24, 2014, at the Scotiabank Theatre, in the heart of downtown Toronto.
The remainder of Toronto After Dark's 2014 lineup, which »
- Debi Moore
Do you have fond memories of watching fright flicks with your friends at sleepovers? The Awesome Fest ensures that those days don’t have to stay in your past with their 2nd annual Summer Camp Sleepover, an outdoor film festival taking place in the woods near Philadelphia. This year’s film lineup is a mix of retro favorites and new blood, with aliens, zombies, and Jason Voorhees set to appear on the big screen.
Presented by Founder/Artistic Director Josh Goldbloom and Film Programmer Scott Weinberg, the Summer Camp Sleepover will be pitching tents and rolling out sleeping bags at the Adventureland Day Camp in Bensalem beginning at 4pm on Friday, September 12th. Campfires, games, food trucks and more are on the schedule for this 21+ event. Below, we have the official press release with full details on the Summer Camp Sleepover that will feature the following six films:
- Derek Anderson
The line-up for this years Celluloid Screams horror film festival, which takes place at Sheffield’s Showroom Cinema from 24th – 26th October, has today been revealed in full. It includes a number of short films, including two by Andy Stewart – Split and Ink.
As already announced, Astron-6′s latest, eagerly-awaited film, The Editor will open this years Celluloid Screams - with the Astron 6 gang of Adam Brooks, Matthew Kennedy and Conor Sweeney in attendance. Also in attendance (and one Major reason for horror fans to make sure they make it to the fest this year) is legendary producer/director Brian Yuzna, with screenings of his films Society, Bride of Re-Animator and a rare big-screen showing of the superb Dagon!
The full line-up includes screenings of Housebound, Creep, Chocolate Strawberry Vanilla, Starry Eyes, What We Do In The Shadows, Suburban Gothic, Spring, The ABCs of Death 2, and closing the festival is Dead Snow 2: Red vs. »
- Phil Wheat
One of the more notable stops on the festival circuit for genre fans is the Toronto After Dark Film Festival. Specialising in horror, action, science fiction, and cult features, the festival will be entering its 9th incarnation this year, running over nine days in October. With the premiere just over a month away, the first wave of films that will be screened at the festival have now been announced. Ten films in total have been confirmed to be playing at the festival, including features directed by Timecrime‘s Nacho Vigolando (Open Windows) and Pontypool‘s Tony Burgess (Hellmouth), and starring Party Down‘s Martin Starr (Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead) and Before Midnight‘s Ethan Hawke (Predestination). The films are:
Hellmouth, from Canada, making its World Premiere Wolves, from USA/Canada, making its North American Premiere ABCs of Death 2, from USA/New Zealand/Canada/Israel/Japan, making its Canadian Premiere The Babadook, »
- Deepayan Sengupta
In the wilderness of Norway, a battle between medical students and Nazi zombies resulted in a lot of lost limbs and bloody carnage. The fight between the living and the dead continues in Dead Snow 2: Red vs. Dead, writer/director Tommy Wirkola’s sequel to his blood-drenched 2009 zombie feature. The movie’s new poster offers a warning of a headless horror to come.
“They’re not just zombies. They’re Nazi zombies.
And there’s a lot of them. On the orders of a rotten Führer, the zombies from Dead Snow return to settle old German scores. In the continuation of the epic splatterfest from 2009, Martin, the sole survivor of the first movie, prove that there’s more badass shit in Northern Norway than even Nazi zombies would be prepared for. The table is set for a massive revenge epic, where blood, guts, brains and throats are not the »
- Derek Anderson
The programmers of the Saskatoon Fantastic Film Festival (formerly Dark Bridges) finally settled on the rest of our lineup this year. As was previously announced the festival already includes Zero Theorem, Mood Indigo, Cold in July and Life After Beth. Rounding off this year's edition are a number of festival favorites and standouts. There are a lot of familiar names in our lineup because heck, these films are just too good not to share them with the audience in Saskatoon. So we're going to scare the pants of Saskatoon with Aussie chiller The Babadook. We have added tension breaker, the Kiwi horror comedy Housebound. The festival will end with some good old Nazi Zombie action with Dead Snow 2: Red vs. Dead. We've got Korean action epic Kundo:...
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