#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – In this ferocious sequel to the worldwide horror hit THE DEAD, an infectious epidemic spreads through India as an American turbine engineer (Joseph Millson of TV’s 24: LIVE ANOTHER DAY) learns that his pregnant girlfriend is trapped near the slums of Mumbai. Now he must battle his way across a 300-mile wasteland of the ravenous undead.
Plot: The Sequel to the Ford brothers The Dead. The action moves to India.
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The Dead 2 India: Stylish but flawed
The first The Dead movie back in 2010 was an impressive looking film, the unique cinematography made it stand out from the hundreds of zombie movies out there but sadly that was all it had going for it.
The Dead 2 is a separate tale set in India and once again British made. It tells the story of a man fighting across rural India to get to his pregnant girlfriend and the perils and challenges he faces along the way.
The Dead 2 looks outstanding and even better than the first movie. It is a visual feast and touches upon areas that other zombie films never have before and that at least makes it memorable.
Sadly the film itself is generic, its weak in its writing and simply fails to entertain.
Don’t get me wrong I respect the hell out of what they’ve accomplished here but it’s like a video game with stunning graphics but very little actual content.
Worth it for the sights but little else.
Some great visuals
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Despite both movies getting a combined 6 points out of a potential 20 I’d still like to see one more film in this franchise
A short review of “The Dead 2: India” (2013)
At times, “The Dead 2: India” (2013), seems like a carbon copy of its predecessor three years earlier. Both “The Dead” and “The Dead 2” portray American male protagonists on a lengthy overland trek to reach a wife or girlfriend. Both were shot on location in an overseas setting. (The original took place in Africa.) And both portray a second protagonist who is a native of the country. (In this case it’s a little boy portrayed by Anand Krishna Goyal. Even a curmudgeon like me has got to admit — that kid is adorable.)
I liked the first movie a bit better. This one feels a little hastily put together, in terms of its script and directing.
It does manage to succeed somewhat with the things that made the first film decent viewing. Its desert locations are beautifully shot, and the filmmakers bring back some of the original’s slow-burn horror elements. The zombies here are usually as slow as snails — slower even than the zombies of George A. Romero’s genre-defining early films. But they’re also quiet, and they converge en masse when our hero lets his guard down. And the occasional appearance of a rare feisty specimen lead to some genuine jump scares. The movie also effectively employs what appears to be a low-budget special effect — the monsters’ eyes are of an opal-white, otherworldly color. (I’m guessing those are colored contact lenses?) The trick works, the zombies are scary, and “The Dead 2” successfully provides a kind of “creeping horror” that is rare for today’s horror films.
That wasn’t enough, however, to rescue this movie entirely from feeling like a retread of the original. I’d describe this as an average viewing experience for a horror fan, and I’d rate it a 6 out of 10.
Original Language en
Director Howard J. Ford, Jonathan Ford
Writer Howard J. Ford, Jonathan Ford
Actors Joseph Millson, Meenu Mishra, Anand Krishna Goyal
Country United Kingdom
Awards 3 nominations
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