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Dead Snow: Red Vs Dead (2014) Rating:
- Eloise = 6 / 10;
- Raoul = 7.5 / 10;
- IMDb = 6.9 / 10;
- Rotten Tomatoes = 8.3 / 10;
Dead Snow: Red Vs Dead (2014) Synopsis:
Having decimated all but one of the teens who stole their gold treasure in the first movie, the horde of Nazi zombies goes on to conquer the neighboring cities of North Norway
Dead Snow: Red Vs Dead (2014) Review:
Red Vs Dead is the sequel to Norvegian flick Dead Snow, released in 2009, and that quickly became a reference of the horror-comedy subgenre. The sequel takes exactly the same concept: Nazi zombies, liters of blood, gory kills, and just concentrate in just making it better. More blood, more zombies, and a lot more fun too, this sequel is simply doing it right.
As the title “Red vs Dead” suggests, the story sees an army of Russian zombies fighting the Nazi zombies. What’s not to like about this? Actually, the story takes over exactly where the first Dead Snow left it, even including a little summary for those who didn’t see it so that they can fully enjoy this sequel as a standalone. But anyway, like in the first movie, the story is really not the reason why you would be wanting to watch that movie. The real reasons are simple: the movie is hilarious from start to end, and it is a festival of blood and guts.
As for the humor, it is really dumb as usual, but in a very good way. I personally found it much funnier than the first opus. It is filled with awesome quotes, lots of stupid simple jokes and lots of gory epic scenes. As for the special effects, they really are impressive, great practical special effects, meters of fake guts, the heart was torn apart, skull crashed, etc. The fight is definitely the most entertaining part of the movie, from the small one to one fights to the epic battles between the two army towards the end, they really are the highlight of that movie.
Overall, that sequel is superior to the original movie in almost every aspect, it gets quickly into the action, it gets bloodier and it is packed with even more epic zombie moments. A must-see for horror-comedy lovers.