The Descent 2

The Descent 2

           The Descent 2 – The hunt continues
               Genre: Horror
               Sequel, monsters, cave, darkness
  When Neil Marshall in 2005 with his nasty cave horror The Descent, six young women sent to hell, the movie was born, the cave is no climber will ever forget. The small independent production was a hit theaters and DVD and gave director Marshall (Dog Soldiers) the opportunity, his dream project Doomsday to let off the leash. The mash-up was from Mad Max and Escape From LSD to the colossal flop, but enjoys among genre fans whether his craziness and cynicism Satus cult. Director Mr Richard Kelly (Donnie Darko) was similar to it with his Southland Tales. Artistic freedom can also go off to the back. In the sequel to his 2005-spec hits Marshall had then but no director’s ambitions. This item was awarded to Jon Harris (among other things, furious at Cutter Kick-Ass). Marshall is only involved as executive producer. And with the blessing of the original maker could be more or less reassured of things waiting to come to happen. And this year it was finally so far and The Descent: Part 2 is in the starting blocks. And as expected, is The Descent: Part 2 very solid and bloody Genrekost that will disappoint any fan of the original. Nothing original new, but a buy recommendation is very clear! In the town there is excitement Hyett County: Six women in the caves of the Appalachian Mountains disappeared. Only one, Sarah (Shauna MacDonald), has survived and was taken by a motorist to the hospital. Sheriff Vaines (Gavan O’Herlihy) and his deputy visited them once Rios (Krysten Cummings), something about the whereabouts of the other five to learn. Since Sarah can remember anything, Vains decides to take the survivors into a cave where the rescue squad to Dan (Douglas Hodge) believes to find tracks. But what is down there in the darkness there, so no one expected the rescue squad – except for Sarah, whose memory in the worst moment comes back. So, wow! The Descent: Part 2 is really good. Sure, you first must swallow that no one so simple a disaster victim again in that same previous encounters, but this point is accepted, will release The Descent: Part 2, only forward. The great actors are completely convincing, the blood spurts in hectoliters and the atmosphere takes the audience caught immediately. Although the blood looks pretty after 1970 fake blood (that is Orange colored) and one or another false scare points on to obvious, but The Descent: Part 2 is a great, very logical extension, the so many Genrefan tears of joy in the eyes will drive. With this quality, you may get a third part. Did the reviewer it already? Buy recommendation! (Renatus Töpke)
  Title: The Descent 2 – The Hunt Continues Original Title: The Descent: Part 2 Country of production: United Kingdom Production year: 2009 Length: 94 (Min.) Published at: Universum Film format: 16:9 tone / language: Dolby Digital 5.1, German , English EAN: 886 976 512 293 Extras: interviews, B-Roll, Featurette – The creation, making of, deleted scenes, audio commentary

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