Rob Staeger of wrote the film moves from moralizing to under-explored themes while remaining full of stereotypical characters. Staci Layne Wilson of rated it 2. England had initially planned to have the film center around the film's protagonist experiencing the loss of her , but changed it to focus on a character that is uncertain of her sexuality and has a prior lifestyle different than the one she currently has. Unfortunately the sequel disregards the themes of the first movie and turns the series into just another in a long line of same old same old movies. What I got in this film was that, a sinister plot, and more. The party's host, Alice, plies her with strong drinks, while Zain offers her drugs. At the restaurant where she works, Samantha has trouble eating and is overly sensitive to noise.
Samantha is hurt to learn that Nikki had not let her know that a scholarship offer had come in the mail. What I got in this film was that, a sinister plot, and more. It was first released on November 23, 2013, in the United States and stars Najarra Townsend as a young woman that finds herself suffering from a mysterious after a. I've always found it interesting to see how the infection takes hold on a day by day basis. Dennis Moore is the author of over 60 published short stories and novellas in the speculative fiction genre. He had also initially planned to have the film set outside of the United States and focus slightly on , but did not have the budget to accommodate this and as such, changed the movie's setting to Los Angeles.
Sinister doings for sure, but I can see this storyline in any number of cheap horror movies. With the horror sequel hitting home media next Tuesday, we have Blu-ray clips and a trailer from the upcoming release. Most recent appearances were in the Dark Highlands 2, What Fears Become, Dead Bait 3 and Dark Highways anthologies. Samantha is trying to get over a recent break-up with her girlfriend, Nikki. I don't want to spoil it but the ending had my very excited for a future sequel. His novels are Revelations, and the Angel Hill stories, The Man in the Window, The Third Floor, The Ghosts of Mertland and The Flip.
Neuchâtel International Fantastic Film Festival. It may have succeeded in expanding the scope of the larger story being told here, but it did so at the expense of that main character focus that made the first movie so enjoyable. Veteran horror actress Caroline Williams was cast as the mother of the main character after England and film producer approached her via her page. Enraged, Samantha chokes Nikki to death. See it if you must, but do so with the understanding that the only person from that one who had anything to do with the sequel was Matt Mercer and he was given very little depth here to work with.
It has been compared to the 2012 film , with which it shares similarities. Head on down below, but handle the goods with care, we take no responsibility for any outbreaks, well, unless it involves zombies. More than I did the first. Synopsis: Picking up immediately after the events of the first film, Contracted: Phase 2 follows Riley Matt Mercer — Contracted , now infected and running out of time, as he attempts to find out more about the virus and its mysterious host. It's not perfect by anyways but it's way way better than most other zombie movies and tv shows. Was that the one that opened with the autopsy scene? Losing her sanity, Samantha invites Riley, a man who has had a crush on her, to Alice's house and tries to seduce him.
She bickers with her mother, who struggles to accept her daughter's lesbianism and is worried that she might have relapsed into hard drug use. Every second is precious for Riley, a man infected with a flesh-eating virus in Contracted: Phase 2. Samantha tries to repair her relationship with Nikki, who is rude to her. However, Croll states that the major themes of the film are denial and self-deception, which color Samantha's own perception of the incident. Instead, Samantha visits Zain, who gives her heroin. Despite her protests that she is a lesbian who has not had sex with men for nearly a year, he is suspicious that she has contracted a from heterosexual intercourse because of a rash that has developed in her groin.
As the police caution Samantha against moving, she lunges at her screaming mother. Her mother, who has arrived at the scene, begs the police not to shoot Samantha. He wrote the film's script in March 2012 and shot Contracted during a 15-day period in in May of the same year. She then drives to Alice's in a rage and murders her by biting out her throat. As she drives, she fades out of consciousness and is involved in a car crash. . When she bleeds heavily from her vagina, she visits her doctor.
Head on down below for the details and artwork. Ben Croll of criticized the film's marketing, which depicts a that is opposed by an unambiguous depiction of rape in the film. He is writing another Angel Hill novel called Return to Angel Hill with co-author David Bain. I like where this series is headed because it's getting better and better with each installment. I don't want to spoil it but the ending had my very excited for a future sequel.