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The Pact II (2014)

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A woman who is plagued by nightmares involving a serial killer learns her dreams have a horrifying connection to the real world.

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Credited cast:
Caity Lotz ... Annie
Camilla Luddington ... June Abbott
Scott Michael Foster ... Officer Meyer
Patrick Fischler ... FBI Agent Ballard
Amy Pietz ... Maggie Abbot
Haley Hudson ... Stevie
Nicki Micheaux ... Lt. Eileen Carver
Brad Grunberg ... Building Manager
Mark Steger ... Charles Barlow / Judas
Trent Haaga ... Pink Room Receptionist
Alexandra Ryan ... CPS Interviewer (voice)
Suziey Block ... Ellie Ford
Leonel Claude ... Forensic Team
Joshua Grote Joshua Grote ... Snyder
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A woman who is plagued by nightmares involving a serial killer learns her dreams have a horrifying connection to the real world.

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The film was certificated by the BBFC in the UK on 14 April 2014 with a '15' certificate for theatrical release on 27 June 2014 via The Works UK Distribution Ltd company. As of one year later, 27 June 2015, the film has still not appeared in UK cinemas having was then put back from 27 June 2014 to 14 November 2014. A UK theatrical release date sometime later in 2015 is possible though it may instead go straight to DVD or Blu-ray now that some countries (Australia, Germany, USA) already releasing the film on Blu-ray. See more »

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Agent Ballard: If you're in here, who's watching the front, Officer Meyer?
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Slow, Boring, Unimaginative, And A Complete Waste Of Time
10 August 2015 | by dfa120374See all my reviews

I'm going to get straight to the point here and say that The Pact 2 is absolute garbage and it is definitely one of the worst movies you'll see this year. How anyone can actually think that this is better than the first film is beyond me as well.

I rated the first movie 5-Stars simply because I found it a bit slow going and was a bit hard to stick with, but other than that it was a decent film to watch. This second one, however, doesn't even come close to touching the first one as at least that film had a bit of atmosphere, suspense, and some creepy moments here and there.

This second film one had none of that.

I won't go as far to say that I had huge hopes for this sequel because it's not as if it was being promoted as one of the "scariest" or "creepiest" movies of the year, but it was still a let down and I was hoping for more considering what the first film had.

The acting was pretty poor as well from a couple of the main cast members, the main one being Camilla Luddington who played June Abbott. Her performance was less than convincing and it was more wooden than Pinocchio (probably won't come as a surprise that she's mainly a TV actress). The other pretty poor performance was from Patrick Fischler who played FBI Agent Ballard. I think he was trying to play the character as having this deep, mysterious, many layered persona but just came across as a pretty creepy, but bland, stalker-type of character. Even Mark Steger, who plays Judas, didn't have the same creepy presence as before.

Was the film scary? No. Was it suspenseful? Never. Was it thrilling? Ha, yeh right! What it was, though, was boring, pretty unimaginative, poorly written, poorly acted, and just an utter waste of time.

I'd recommend giving The Pact a watch, but as for this tripe of a sequel, I'd give it a wide berth if I were you.


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