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ABCs of Death 2 (2014)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Horror | 2 October 2014 (USA)
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Another 26-chapter anthology that showcases death in all its vicious wonder and brutal beauty.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Assassin (segment "A")
... Coke Dealer (segment "A")
... Assassin's Employer (segment "A")
Teela Cull ... Escort #1 (segment "A")
Kelsey Hudson ... Escort #2 (segment "A")
Stefanie Wood ... Escort #3 (segment "A") (as Stephanie Wood)
... Maintenance Worker (segment "A")
... Arnold the Muscle (segment "A")
... Big Guy the Muscle (segment "A")
... Jack the Muscle (segment "A")
David Gutierrez ... Dominator the Muscle (segment "A")
Giovannie Dixon ... Security Guard (segment "A")
... Peter Toland (segment "B")
Will Adamsdale ... Director (segment "B")
... Sound Man (segment "B")
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Another 26-chapter anthology that showcases death in all its vicious wonder and brutal beauty.

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Some people never learn

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Comedy | Horror

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2 October 2014 (USA)  »

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23 Ways to Die  »

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Opening Weekend USA:

$4,022, 31 October 2014, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$7,016, 21 November 2014
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During the 'Y is for Youth' segment, the language spoken is Japanese meaning the audience is given subtitles for the foreign speech. However, there is a misspelling of the word 'somewhere' within the subtitles. The line reads: "Didn't you say you were going somehwere?" See more »

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Referenced in Alphabater: Laurence R. Harvey on 'ABCs of Death 2' (2015) See more »

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Starlighter
Music & Words by Amelie DeBosredon & Quarles Baseden
Written & composed by Jupiter
Published by Domino Publishing Company of America, Inc.
Published by Grand Blanc
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An ambitious sequel that may not surpass the first film's cheesy fun but definitely is an upgrade in its quality // instagram: moviesmaniax
13 October 2014 | by See all my reviews

A less cheesy and sillier and more ambitiously impressive sequel that feels like a short film showcase that can mostly be developed into a bigger and better feature film. The segments Y and Z alone are just outstanding and wickedly funny and gory and they are one of the best horror short films I have ever seen. Again, this film still has everything that horror fans will enjoy such as weird twisted gory ones like D and J segments, a creative way of death like segment H, sick bloody wicked funny ones like A, G, O, U, I segments and even bizarrely disturbing ones in S, T, X segments. However, most of them seem to be made so well that they might expect some big movie company would pick their shorts up to continue it as a feature film or future their directing career which is good, but at the moment it also feels kind of incomplete and not fully understandable enough and it just ends there leaving the audience lingering for more. The GORES here are still over the top and impressively done as well as bizarrely creative overall but still not as cheesy and outrageous as the first film. Some of the segments also has thrills and SCARES going on as well but nothing that will guaranteed nightmares. Overall, this is a well-made and ambitious sequel that may not surpass the first film's cheesy FUN but definitely is an upgrade in its quality. >>B+<<


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