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The Dead 2: India (2013)

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In this ferocious sequel to the worldwide horror hit THE DEAD, an infectious epidemic spreads through India as an American turbine engineer (Joseph Millson of TV's 24: LIVE ANOTHER DAY) ... See full summary »


Howard J. Ford, Jonathan Ford (as Jon Ford)


Howard J. Ford, Jonathan Ford (as Jon Ford)
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Credited cast:
Joseph Millson ... Nicholas Burton
Meenu Mishra Meenu Mishra ... Ishani Sharma
Anand Krishna Goyal Anand Krishna Goyal ... Javed (as Anand Gopal)
Sandip Datta Gupta Sandip Datta Gupta ... Ishani's father
Poonam Mathur Poonam Mathur ... Ishani's Mother
Coulsom Sujitabh Coulsom Sujitabh ... Mourning Wife
Madhu Rajesh Madhu Rajesh ... Woman in car
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
David Dontoh David Dontoh ... Chief (The Dead Trailer)
Rob Freeman ... Lt. Brian Murphy (The Dead Trailer)
Prince David Oseia ... Daniel (The Dead Trailer)


In this ferocious sequel to the worldwide horror hit THE DEAD, an infectious epidemic spreads through India as an American turbine engineer (Joseph Millson of TV's 24: LIVE ANOTHER DAY) learns that his pregnant girlfriend is trapped near the slums of Mumbai. Now he must battle his way across a 300-mile wasteland of the ravenous undead. Written by Anonymous

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The Feeding Continues



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Rated R for bloody violence/gore and some language | See all certifications »

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At 74 minutes of the movie the main character realizes that he has only two or three bullets left in his gun. And at 78 minutes of the movie, four minutes later, he suddenly shots four or five zombies with the same guns. See more »


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Equals the first zombie instalment
7 September 2014 | by amesmondeSee all my reviews

The dead are returning to life and attacking the living. An American wind turbine engineer with the help of a local boy attempt a 300 mile journey to reunite with his pregnant Indian girlfriend.

Brothers Howard and Jonathan Ford add an usually unexplored religious angle with the obligatory social commentary subtext making The Dead 2: India as relevant as it's predecessor. While not as eerie as the first and briefly lacking some logic in both dialogue and decision making, with Nicholas Burton's (played fittingly by Joseph Milson) seemingly six sense knowledge of what's going on there's still plenty to enjoy.

The India setting and on location shoot gives part two a realistic gritty, dusty and atmospheric feel. The traditional shambling dead are creepy enough and retain an air of menace with their biting and tearing of flesh, although their white eyes, now an over used effect do feel slightly dated. That said, there's plenty to enjoy - more gun-play, more blood and more zombies. With gripping stand out scenes, the crashed car execution, convoy executions, parachute escape and a car going over a cliff to name a few. The directors also deliver some excellent visual moments, a motor cycle blazing across the Indian wastelands, forgotten temples, grand cities, hovering helicopters, jets and burning slums to name a few.

This Ford Brother offering is probably the most grounded undead film since their first outing and Romero's original trilogy. The director/writers again manage to give their zombie outing scope with a fantastic naturalistic visual style as the engineer and boy go from one village to the next complemented by Imran Ahmad's music score.

Overall, while not as tension filled and ominous as The Dead, The Dead 2 doesn't try to reinvent the wheel giving the viewer a much needed solid and serious piece of zombie entertainment. Recommend.

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