Cinema Snob: The original film had amazing tuberculosis coughing, ice cream eating, hole digging, surgical video action, and you better believe that the second installment is just as riveting.
Cinema Snob: I will give the film credit, this is the first Nick Phillips movie I've seen that doesn't reuse the opening credits footage from his 1975 film Crimincally Insane. I guess he figured out how to use the text buttons on his giant RCA brick. Or maybe it's just that he used those credits so much that the film finally wore out and dissolved.
Cinema Snob: A social services worker named Sawyer is put in charge of the hospital. Sawyer, huh? There's a joker in that. I'll think of it later.
Nurse Edith: It's good business, Gordon. The patients eat the rats and then the rats eat the patients.
Cinema Snob: What? That doesn't make any fucking sense. Even if the people eat the rats and the rats eat the people, eventually, you're still gonna run out of fucking rats.
Cinema Snob: Right away, we're introduced to new characters in the series. Including this homeless woman named Brownie. Wait a minute, that's the fucking David Lynch-looking woman from the first film! He's reusing his actors? There were at the most, five people in Death Nurse. Are you seriously telling me that this director doesn't have more than 5 fucking friends? Or maybe he does have a shitload of friends, but even they want absolutely no part in Death Nurse 2.
Cinema Snob: There's some weird background sound going on through most of this scene. I can't tell exactly what it is, but it sounds a tad bit like someone off camera tearing up the script.
Cinema Snob: Has Nurse Edith finally met her match?
Nurse Edith: Give me that bag, you dirty old bitch.
Cinema Snob: Oh it's on.
Cinema Snob: Only in the world of Shot on Shitteo can a part 2 round out a quadrilogy.
Cinema Snob: What? Oh come on! Another one of the same fucking actresses again? I don't know where you shot this, but I'm sure there's more than one old lady that you could have used.
Cinema Snob: There's gotta be someone else in here to liven things up. Where's that fucking doctor?
Cinema Snob: [re: Dr. Mortley] Oh for the love of Christ, will someone put him out of his misery already?
[Brownie stabs him]
Cinema Snob: There, he'll thank you in the afterlife. Wait a minute, he lives? If ever I've seen an actor who just wants his character to die, it's this fucking guy. Oh, that's why he didn't die. The weapons are fucking plastic and they're only lightly tapping his body.