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Deadtime Stories: Volume 2 (2011)

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In this anthology of horror tales, two hikers are trapped in a cave-in, a jilted teen lover turns bad, and a man is murderously desperate to help his ailing wife.

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Credited cast:
Aric Amendolea Aric Amendolea ... Student (segment "On Sabbath Hill")
Kristen Barrega Kristen Barrega ... Student (segment "On Sabbath Hill")
Amy Lynn Best Amy Lynn Best ... Nurse Fletcher (segment "The Gorge")
Carla Bianco Carla Bianco ... Janet Weaver (segment "On Sabbath Hill")
William Black William Black ... Student (segment "On Sabbath Hill")
Leilani Brosnan ... Sister
Amanda Caddy Amanda Caddy ... Student (segment "On Sabbath Hill")
Rebecca Campbell Rebecca Campbell ... Student (segment "On Sabbath Hill")
Lex Casciato Lex Casciato ... Student (segment "On Sabbath Hill") (as Alexa Casiato)
Danny Cooper Danny Cooper ... Markham (segment "Dust")
Meridith Davis Meridith Davis ... Student (segment "On Sabbath Hill")
Liz DuChez ... Donna (segment "The Gorge")
Siena Frank Siena Frank ... Student (segment "On Sabbath Hill")
Amanda Frost Amanda Frost ... Allison Knowles (segment "On Sabbath Hill")
Barret Hackney Barret Hackney ... Craig (segment "The Gorge")
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Deadtime Stories Volume 1: An Anthology film presented by George Romero. Three stories are told. The first is "Valley of the Shadow" about woman searching for her missing husband in a remote tribe's land. The second story "Wet" is about a man who digs up a mermaid body part and is warned to bury it back the way he found it for his own safety. The third tale, "House call", is about a doctor being called to the home of a desperate woman who believes her son is a vampire. Written by Anonymous

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Now I lay me down to rest, but there's a goblin on my chest. He's gray and ugly and very gory and he wants to tell me a deadtime story.

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Rated R for bloody horror violence and some nudity | See all certifications »
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20 September 2011 (USA) See more »

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Most of the segment, THE GORGE, was shot seventeen stories underground. One member of the crew needed to quit due to extreme claustrophobia. See more »

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Follows Deadtime Stories: Volume 1 (2009) See more »

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Night of the flaccid horror anthology...
19 November 2016 | by paul_haakonsenSee all my reviews

When I saw that George A. Romero was narrating this anthology, I must admit that I had my hopes up for what was to come.

However, my hopes were more than horribly cut down and left in pieces, as this anthology turned out to be a very poor excuse for a horror anthology.

There are three segments to the anthology; "The Gorge", "On Sabbath Hill" and "Dust".

The first segment was "The Gorge", which incidentally also turned out to be the worst of the three stories. This is a story about three young people spelunking in some underground cave system. When rocks fall down and dangerously smash one person's leg and trapping them underground, tensions grow high. Right, well the outlay of the storyline seemed adequate enough. But it quickly escalated downhill. Especially since they apparently had brought enough candles for close to a month, and not just burning one candle at a time but multiple. And when they turned to cannibalism it just went over the edge and had no chance of coming back on course.

This takes us to the second segment, "On Sabbath Hill", was the one that had the most potential and it was also the segment that turned out to be the most entertaining. It is about a married college teacher who is having an affair with one of his students. And as she gets pregnant, she can't cope with things anymore, and ends her own life in the middle of the classroom. The teacher become haunted by the young woman whose life he helped come to an abrupt halt. Alright, well it wasn't an outstanding story, but it proved to be the best of the three.

And the third and final segment is titled "Dust". This story is about a security guard working at a laboratory where they are working on an experimental drug to battle cancer. He manages to get his hand on some and administer it to his terminally ill wife at home. She miraculously gets better, but with her improving health comes an increased sex drive. Which the guy likes at first, but soon realize is too strenuous as his wife requires more and more sex and more and more of the drug. This segment, while better than the first segment, just was a bit too much. It wasn't really particularly fitting to a horror anthology.

Right, let's move on to the acting. I will say that I actually think that the people they had cast for the various roles were doing good enough jobs with their roles and characters, and taking the limitations of the script in mind as well. However, this is not a grand Shakespearian experience, mind you.

As for the effects, well bless them for trying. The effects were there, and were used to the best of their effectiveness in the given situations. However, it just wasn't something that made me go 'wow, now that's pretty impressive'. The effects were adequate enough, just don't expect to be blown away.

However, the overall experience of "Deadtime Stories 2" was just not impressive. There are far better horror anthologies available, even ones that are much older than this 2011 release.

All in all, my rating of "Deadtime Stories 2" is a mere three out of ten stars.


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