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Contracted: Phase II (2015)

Not Rated | | Drama, Horror, Thriller | 4 September 2015 (USA)
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Riley searches for a cure to the virus that took over Samantha before it consumes him and the entire world.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Matt Mercer ... Riley
Marianna Palka ... Crystal Young
Morgan Peter Brown ... BJ
Anna Lore ... Harper
Laurel Vail ... Brenda
Peter Cilella ... James
John Ennis ... Special Agent Dalton
Najarra Townsend ... Samantha
Richard Riehle ... Deuce Gelman
Suzanne Voss ... Margie
Charley Koontz ... Zain
Alice Macdonald ... Alice Patrick (archive footage)
Ruben Pla ... Doctor
Caroline Williams ... Sam's Mom (archive footage)
Joanna Sotomura ... Debbie


Only a few hours after an unfortunate one-night stand, Riley, a social worker, realises that just like Samantha, he too is infected with the necrotic STD, experiencing ominous angry symptoms of the abominable malady. Furthermore, as the highly contagious disease devours his feeble flesh, desperate Riley must try to locate the original patient zero throughout the city of Los Angeles with the intention to find a cure, while at the same time, a driven detective is after him. But in the meantime, the virus keeps spreading while the plague's original carrier is still on the loose. Written by Nick Riganas

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Release Date:

4 September 2015 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Zaraza: Druga faza See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Production Co:

BoulderLight Pictures See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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At times you can hear Marianna Palka's Scottish accent. She was born and raised in Scotland and moved to New York at the age of 16. See more »


Between the first and second movie the way Riley gets infected is confused. In the first movie he's wearing a shirt while having intercourse with Samantha. In the second movie in a "flash back" Riley is shown to be not wearing a shirt. See more »


Riley: [as one of Riley's parolees is clawing at her skin] Ricky! Ricky!
Ricky: [Ricky comes in the office to see the parolee clawing at her skin] Aw Hell Naw
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Continues after the disastrous events that unfolded in the first film Contracted(2013).
10 September 2015 | by Vivekmaru45See all my reviews

This film is only 1 hours 18 minutes including end credits which is slightly shorter than the previous one, which had a run-time of 1 hour 24 minutes. The film has more special effects than the previous film and has a better plot.

Some characters from the first one reprise their role. The actress that played Samantha from the first film isn't in the film. The film shifts to phase 2, which means that the necroa virus is in the spreading phase. Since it is so highly contagious, it comes into notice of certain members of the F.B.I. Riley(Matt Mercer) who had sex with Samantha in the first film has now contracted the virus and it is now rapidly turning him into a zombie. He rushes to a doctor who takes a blood sample and tells him to wait for the results to arrive. Meanwhile Matt thinks back to the time Samantha was raped by an unknown stranger who passed this infection to her. Matt decides to track down this stranger in the hopes of finding a cure.

Verdict: the special-effects in the film are very good. There is a lot more action(even sub-machine gun action at one point) in this film. The acting and direction is okay to make this film above average. Again this film to me is just a time-pass film which I'll never watch again or add to my collection.

More Zombi Movies? Zombie 2(1979 Lucio Fulci Masterpiece), Let Sleeping Corpses Lie (1974), Burial Ground: The Nights of Terror (1981), George Romero's Zombie Trilogy: Night of the Living Dead (1968 colorized version available), Dawn of the Dead (1978 cult status film and considered to be the best zombie film ever made), Day Of The Dead(1985), C.H.U.D. (1984), C.H.U.D. II - Bud the Chud (1989), The Return of the Living Dead (1985), Return of the Living Dead II (1988), Return of the Living Dead III (1993 a.k.a Mortal Zombie directed by acclaimed director Brian Yuzna), Flight of the Living Dead (2007), Peter Jackson's Braindead(1992 the best Zombie special-effects I have ever seen and it is a cult status film and considered to be Jackson's masterpiece), Re-Animator(1985. Stuart Gordon's cult status film based on master of horror H.P. Lovecraft), Bride Of The Re-animator(1989 directed by Brian Yuzna), Beyond Re-Animator (2003. The final closing chapter and I consider this film to be Yuzna's masterpiece). As an after thought I add the Brad Pitt movie World War Z(2013) and George Romero's Land Of The Dead(2005).

Many thanks for reading. May you lead a long and happy life.

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