Evil 2 picks up right where the original left off and explains where the "evil" came from originally. Melitis, Marina, Jenny, and Vakirtzis are still on the run from the endless horde of ...
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During the summer of 1984, on a sun-kissed Greek island somewhere in the Mediterranean where the azure sea is radiant, Stathis and his army of Greek lovers do their best to keep the lonely female tourists happy.
A docu fiction film by Nicos Perakis In the heart of the historic and multicultural center of Athens, in the midst of summer, three youngsters with a passion for arts come together in the ... See full summary »
Evil 2 picks up right where the original left off and explains where the "evil" came from originally. Melitis, Marina, Jenny, and Vakirtzis are still on the run from the endless horde of undead that are devouring all of Greece. As it turns out; this is not the first time that "the evil" has taken over Greece and as before, a "messenger from the gods (Billy Zane)" has come to Earth to find "the heroes" who will defeat the evil and save the world.Written by
First see it, then judge it! For me, it's nothing less than fresh and funny!
Firstly i'm sorry for my poor English, i'm Greek and i'll try my best to be understood..
well, i am an average movie fan and i rarely watch Greek movies.. nevertheless i saw this movie about an hour ago and i want to see it again and again.. it isn't, of course, the kind of movie that will be remembered as brilliant or even as clever (i'm referring to the plot) but it's a fun movie.. and i mean FUN, like "big troubles in little china" or "pineapple express".. cool dialogs (i don't know how they look in English subs), cool action and gore scenes, weird & funny heroes, almost no plot at all. i like the special effects too... really.. they look like special effects from 90's movies and that's part of the fun too. the director does a good job focusing on the fun side of killing zombies and that means no drama, no fear for the heroes' lives, no atmospheric scenes.
in comparison with the rest Greek movies, which mostly are unfunny comedies or romances or the kind of movies that critics love but they are impossible to be understood by the average viewer, TO KAKO STIN EPOHI TON IROON is far more watchable.. personally my favorite Greek movie of the decade.
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