Following the deadly climax of "Green Street Hooligans," several members of the West Ham firm and numerous members of Millwall end up in jail. The GSE quickly discover the brutality of life on the inside, as they are constant targets of the superior numbers and better-financed Millwall crew.Written by
Ross McCall (Dave Bjorno) is the only actor to reprise his role from the Original film, although Terrance Jay also appeared in the first film as Jeremy Van Holden, here he appears as Jess Abott the distinctive prisoner with the red eye. See more »
Dave, Ned and Keith reminisce about the surprise van attack in the first film which relaunched the GSE, and talk about the events as if they were present, Ned and Neith weren't among the 8 GSE members involved in the incident, and whilst Dave was he was already at the station prior to the vans arrival and didn't exit it, contrary to what he says. See more »
[after taking a beating from Big Marc]
You're no Pete Dunham.
Oh, you missing your little Petey are ya?
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Undead or Alive #2
Written by Brooke Heller
Performed by Brooke Heller
Courtesy of Mosswood Music See more »
I didn't mind this movie. I thought it would get better reviews than it has received. People have been scrutinizing it to determine its failings but for me, it is just a prison B-movie. I think prison movies are a genre in themselves and it does not take much for me to get into it. I thought the acting in the film was sufficient. And the violence was at a real enough level. The baddies are convincing. And the goodies gain our alliance. One of the obvious failings though was the decision by the governor of the jail to play a soccer game to determine who gets released. That is so unrealistic that it does snap me out of my absorption and awaken my critical faculty. But you know what - I already know it is just a B-movie. It is not out to aspire to great heights. So even this I am willing to let pass. This to me is just an average movie offering some decent entertainment on a slow afternoon. I think it is worth watching.
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