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Drei Monate sind vergangen seitdem der maskierte Serienkiller ChromeSkull angeblich ums Leben kam. Doch das Grauen kehrt zurück! Es häufen sich die blutigen Morde, die in ihrer unmenschlichen Brutalität ganz klar die Handschrift von ChromeSkull. zenzat.se - Kaufen Sie Chromeskull: Laid to Rest 2 günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu. ChromeSkull: Laid to Rest 2 ein Film von Robert Hall (V) mit Nick Principe, Danielle Harris. Inhaltsangabe: Drei Monate sind vergangen. Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu ChromeSkull: Laid to Rest 2. Drei Monate sind vergangen, seitdem der maskierte Serienkiller ChromeSkull angeblich. ChromeSkull: Laid to Rest 2 Drei Monate sind vergangen seitdem der maskierte Serienkiller ChromeSkull (Principe) angeblich ums Leben kam. Doch es.
ChromeSkull: Laid to Rest 2 ein Film von Robert Hall (V) mit Nick Principe, Danielle Harris. Inhaltsangabe: Drei Monate sind vergangen. ChromeSkull: Laid to Rest 2 Drei Monate sind vergangen seitdem der maskierte Serienkiller ChromeSkull (Principe) angeblich ums Leben kam. Doch es. ChromeSkull – Laid to Rest 2 - der Film - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung | zenzat.se
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Movies That Begin with C. Horror Movies I Have Watched. Robert Hall's horror debut Laid to Rest wasn't perfect by any means, but offered a great gore-scheme and pacing and suspense that came to its favor.
Its characters weren't very well crafted, and logic had to hide out so the film could do its thing, but overall it was a cute and enjoyable little gore flick.
Did it ever need a sequel? Well, to Hall, since it was a moderate success on the message boards and online yes it did. Laid to Rest 2, accompanied by the "Chromeskull" subtitle, is a bleak and ugly film not because it's gruesome and violent, but because its plot becomes blown out of proportion and it becomes a cocky horror film.
Somebody should've whispered in the filmmakers' ears that this wasn't a big success, but a fairly unexpected one. The story has now become enlarged and has now gone to expand its boundaries to the point where it's unbelievable and contrived.
The film picks up right where the first left off, then manages to fast-forward three months later where we are introduced to Jess Michaels , a girl going blind because of scar tissue in her eyes.
Jess is drugged, kidnapped, and locked in a coffin by the killer who has a video camera on his shoulder and a shiny, chrome-silver mask in the shape of a skeleton on his face.
He uses deadly, homemade knives that are something straight out of a sadist's mind, but are crafted with such detail they become one of the strongest points in the film.
I'm not going to even try to explain the backstory of the killer because I feel ashamed for even asking for it.
I wished for minor backstory after seeing Laid to Rest. I thought, I'd like just a small, brief explanation of why this person was killing and videotaping it.
I didn't need a huge, bloated, and exhausting storyline that is convoluted and outright ridiculous.
The film wants to bring the top-secret, government business into play but it doesn't have the budget nor the skills to do so.
This is a slasher film. It's a hack and slash, gorehound, bloody, disgusting, gruesome horror film that deserves zero conspiracy talk at all.
The fact that they bring the overblown backstory into play is just a clear sign of cockiness, but who can really blame them?
If you spat out a random, unknown horror film into stores with a promising cover and you made big bucks off of it, you'd take the obligatory sequel one step further wouldn't you?
Well, Chromeskull: Laid to Rest 2 doesn't take just one step, it takes about two leaps and, when you think it has officially stopped in one place, it manages to tip-toe a bit further and further.
Have mercy. Bobbi Sue Luther, director Robert Hall's wife respectively, played the heroine from the original film and makes a quick appearance in this one as well.
Sadly, she's killed off very quickly just to bring in an annoying and obnoxious blonde girl instantly.
She's no Bobbi Sue, and she's not even interesting enough to be concerned for unlike her. Chromeskull: Laid to Rest 2 was somewhat promising, but ultimately falls flat on its face.
There is a third film planned which I assume and sort of hope will close the series. I hope after this ludicrous sequel we at least get a final and respectable entry in a series that never got off its feet completely.
Aside from gore, the series never truly accomplished much else. It succeeds in being a standout for a few reasons, but overall, when closely examined, or even mildly, it's just another horror film inspired by too many others.
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User Reviews. And the killer was cool, he didn't speak but had a menacing presence and the guy kept on coming,and okay, he had a nice car, which always helps.
At the end of part one the killer was dead; yes people, his face was gone and I am pretty sure the female lead from part 1 actually bashed the remains of his skull in with a baseball bat; they don't come more dead then that.
Which was cool and concluded a nice little indie flick that used a good story,good actors and a small budget to its advantage.
But the problem is that if there is a small film that makes a buck and gets known a bit the Almighty dollar, or euro if you are smart..
So here is part two, now I can swallow the fact that the killer is still alive and is glued back together,so far so good.
But then the first mistake, they kill off the female lead from part one in the first 15 minutes. Now I seem to remember she was either the wife of the director or co produced part With her gone we are stuck with the wimpy kid she drove away with in part one who has the screen presence of a fruit-fly; and as it goes with fruit flies there are a lot more where that one came from.
Almost no one in the entire movie is capable of putting in a character that is remotely believable.
And its a shame to conclude that the most convincing actor of the bunch is; yes there he is again, Brian Austin green. The guy must have gotten his milk money cause he co produced this one.
Sigh, back to the story, as it turns out our favorite masked villain was part of a shadowy organization where everyone is dressed in black and glooms into the camera.
They patch him up; one of the more interesting background flashbacks is the chrome skull as a little boy with his father,blink and you miss it and it is left on the floor, never to returned again to in this film.
They might save it for an origin story, spare me. And while he is patched up - they use star trek technology on him because they pull out one of his eyeballs from the mask and place it back; sure- Brian Austin green or B.
So to resume; BAG does a good job in the part that he is gotten for himself - helps if you co produce doesn't it BAG- The kills are creative and in your face,most of the extra milk money went to the effects, although near the end the pacing which stinks through the whole movie goes to a crawl and there aren't enough kills.
The story is crap, really, in a desperate attempt to give the killer more of a personality he is made some sort of a semi government uber mensch, this is dumb cause the movie hasn't the budget to deliver and makes stuff overly complicated.
There are plot holes you can hide Godzilla in - the most head bashing example being the following..
The only interesting nugget is the flashback I described. Pacing is dreadful, I was too bored to go for the fast forward button but this sucker drags.
Which doesn't help is the static environments, in the first film they didn't have any real money either but the surroundings were more dynamic.
In this part you have the warehouse and some porn sets. Which is in this case probably located in the same venue Acting is on high school level,if BAG is the best you have got you have a problem.
The female lead,who is going blind , that female lead cant act her way out of a paper bag if her life depended on it, and she is still better then the rest of the cast;except for BAG.
It may sound that i am overly harsh on a slasher; but after sitting through countless cut' em ups part 1 was a nice surprise; no nonsense, lean and mean.
This is just a failure. And a side note; the way the camera is really in there when a woman is killed in this movie; without anything of a story or character development this feels kinda voyeuristic and depraved.
Especially because with the women that are killed they go for the extra mile in this movie. ChromeSkull Nick Principe , who barely escaped death, is hell-bent on continuing where he left off Robert Hall wrote and directed this picture, just like the first part.
And Hall proves he knows what he is doing in the big chair -- while primarily known as a makeup artist, he skillfully controls this story and makes it a very powerful franchise for the 21st century.
And he has not left the makeup behind, either -- CG is used very sparingly, with more than enough practical effects and gore to satisfy any horror fan.
The cast is also a bit stronger this time, with horror icon Danielle Harris making a sizable cameo and the well-known Brian Austin Green in a starring role.
His character calls to mind certain aspects of "Saw", which I think is unfortunate, but also overcomes those comparisons. ChromeSkull is not Jigsaw -- he cares not for redemption or to test humanity.
There is an expanded mythology in this film centering around "the organization", which I found to be a bit complicated and hard to follow.
Maybe I need to view the first film again, view this film again or listen to the commentary.
I feel there is a lot of potential here for exploring the organization, and also potential for sequels though hopefully they do not proceed without having a solid story to tell.
This sequel is more mature than the original, but relies on the same strengths -- fast-paced action, terror and gore. If that is the type of horror film you like, this is a must-see for you.
I do not wish to say it is anti-cerebral, but this is not a thinking film Disappointing lackluster sequel efrainerodriguez 16 September Let me start this review by stating that I am an avid horror movie fan for well over 30 years.
I read Fangoria magazine, I've even attended the conventions since before they were popular. The reason I state that is that I don't want anyone to think that my bad review of this flick has anything to do with the its nature.
Chromeskull - LTR 2 is a brutal film. The kills are creative and very gory which is great. In addition to that, it was good seeing Brian Austin Green finally acting he did a terrific job as one of the villains.
So what made it so bad? The answer to that question is the entire sloppy concept. The original LTR was nothing short of a slasher classic.
It had the brutality and gore of the sequel, but to go with it, it had a great plot, and it might have even been a believable story.
It never got boring, and honestly, I recently saw it for about the fifth time and I still could not peel my eyes off the screen.
LTR 2 went off on such a distant tangent, it plays out like a "final destination" movie that gets made for the sakes of showing gory kills, yet forgets about plot - much less a good one.
Spoiler Time - The ChromeSkull killer is apparently the head of some powerful organization that covers his murders and sets up his kills in a game like style.
Green is his enforcer, and this organization can even cover up killing cops they must be some sort of super crime syndicate and still going unnoticed.
This was strike one totally unbelievable setup. Strike two is that the original killer seems to come from the Jason Vorhees gene pool, as he is actually saved after his face melted into the mask at the end of the last movie, and the main character bashed his head in with a baseball bat.
So they called on Joan River's surgeon, who saves him after having had his head completely flattened had they brought in Herbert West to reanimate him, this would have been more believable.
But it gets worse - from there the story falls further apart Green and Danielle Harris are power playing for control of the organization, the original killer becomes Frankenstein like, a new victim is introduced that you really don't care much for, a new game is setup, Green and killer are also feuding, and the male survivor from the original is also brought in as well.
This blended with what has to be the worse police department in the world on the case, you just don't see the terrible ending coming the director must have hoped the audience was progressively going blind like the main character in this slop of a movie There are very ridiculous scenes with cops that are just laughable because Barnie Fife from Mayberry was probably a better cop than the guys in this movie - to make characters this dumb, you're just insulting your audience.
At the end of this fiasco, I felt cheated and robbed. Robert Hall took his perfect slasher vision the first movie and basically sold out to make a cheap sequel.
I honestly still cannot believe just how bad this movie was I know that I enjoyed the original Laid to Rest for its sheer enthusiasm and spectacularly OTT gore, but I can recall very little about the actual plot, despite having only seen it a year ago; perhaps that's because there wasn't much of a story to remember in the first place the lack of strong narrative clearly didn't matter too much to me: I gave the first film a rating of 7.
Chromeskull: Laid to Rest 2 is just as eager to please in terms of bloody mayhem, and does so brilliantly with oodles of really mean-spirited and excellently executed gore, but this time around the film-makers also try to build on Chromeskull's character, and it is here that the film comes apart quicker than one of the killer's victims.
While a bit of back-story mightn't have been so bad, what we are presented with here is so overblown, convoluted, and incomprehensible that it only serves to confuse and irritate in the extreme.
The film opens abruptly with no recap of previous events, immediately launching into the unnecessarily complex nonsense that passes for a plot, in which a secret organisation is revealed to be behind the work of our metal mask-wearing maniac.
With a script even messier than one of Chromeskull's kills, the viewer is simply left with too many unanswered questions—Who are these characters?
What is the nefarious organisation hoping to achieve? Who the hell thought it would be a good idea to hire Danielle Harris she was in the extremely disappointing sequel to Hatchet too!
It all adds up to a very frustrating and frankly rather tedious experience. If director Robert Hall proceeds with his intended third and final Laid to Rest film, I really hope that he succeeds in explaining matters in a satisfying manner; simply drenching proceedings with buckets of really nasty knife action just won't cut it next time.
The movie was no BS when it came to what it was about and solidly delivered the goods with gore. A few years later I revisited the film and realized a problem.
I was too intoxicated with the gore when younger that I failed to see the horrendous acting. However I still liked the gore. So here comes the sequel, which promised to be better and gorier, like all slasher sequels should.
But I wanted to keep the expectations in check in case everyone stunk again. Main girl Jess is very nice to look at and is a great scream queen, unlike the gratingly annoying girl from the first.
Thomas Dekkar reprises his role and performs fine, but Jess is the main focus. Brian Austin Green steals the show when featured, I won't say his role but its massively entertaining.
With Chromeskull though, the main attraction is the gore. The body count reaches double digits, and every death is more elaborate than the next.
Director Robert Hall outdid himself here, it's just bloody beyond belief, really, and the energy keeps the film chugging along.
There are also some legitimate scares and tension which Laid to Rest sorely lacked. Did I have any problems with the film, sure, but they're too small to mention.
See this if your a horror fan, and be prepared to see so much blood you'll be knocked back. Also, be sure to stay after the credits!
Its weird to think that it was a full two years ago that Robert Hall unleashed his now cult status slasher flick, Laid To Rest, to the world.
The film gave the new generation of horror fans what Pieces and The Prowler gave to the older generation: an unrelenting slasher film, full of all the gore and blood one could ask for.
It also introduced us to Chromeskull. With his now-iconic mask and knives, he carved his way into the hearts of horror fans everywhere.
At the end of the first film, our villain thought dead was lying on the floor of a convenience store, face ripped off, head smashed in, as out heroine made her escape.
We then meet our cast of old and new characters. Thomas Dekker, the highlight of the film for me, returns in a much larger role than in the first film.
Brian Austin Green appears in what is likely the biggest role in the entire film, even more-so than chromeskull. He plays an employee at what is only referred to as "the agency" that seemingly revolves around the capture, chase, and killing of people, all recorded on tape.
From there we get subplots involving the police investigation, and the story of a new girl whom the agency has picked for Chromeskull to stalk and kill.
As far as slasher movies go, I doubt you will find a follow-up as good as this anytime soon.
The script also appears far tighter, with characters making far smarter, more logical decisions than in the previous film.
Most of improved of all, of course, is the gore. You have never seen anything as brutal and unrelenting as the kills in this movie, fake snuff films not included.
Disemblowments, decapitations, sliced off body parts, and more. Director Robert Hall seems to have decided that, after viewing the first film, that it simply was not disgusting and disturbing enough, opting for nearly double the body count of the original.
There are a few drawbacks, however. While the main cast may be better than the last films, the supporting cast and a few very minor characters have some acting classes to take, particularly the female and sort of "second in command" police officers.
Their performances simply take a lot from the viewing experience when they are on screen. Aside from that, the basic presentation of the movie is not stellar but is not terrible, looking like a standard DTV film shot on video.
All in all, if you enjoy horror movies, specifically slashers, and lots of blood, this is surely one to check out. Solid gore, direction, and performances make this one of the top 3 DTV horror films of the year.
First of.. I enjoyed the first film. It were massively flawed in numerous ways, but there was entertainment value and potential to be seen.
I am a cinephile and I believe I understand horror films including it's language and history. I would also like to mention that I had no expectations towards this project.
I only figured that maybe the director and others involved would have grown since the last film, and maybe would have spotted what didn't work about it.
Oh boy, was I wrong. There really needs to be a balance in all the grimness or else it will not have any impact. This goes for slashers as well.
If not for anything else, characters can contribute with some humour. There is nothing in that vein to speak of concerning this. I'll ignore the first entry from here on as this should be judged as a stand alone piece.
By this I mean I will reference back to the first film, but I will not judge it by my expectations or as a sequel in any way.
The first film was well above many other direct-to-DVD slasher flick. This one simply is beneath anything ever made in the genre.
I am calm and quite relaxed when I write that this is the most bored I've ever been while watching a slasher flick.
You know the feeling you get when your actually so bored your heart starts to race and your body is aching?
Yeah well I won't bother with the plot as there really is no indication there even was a script on set.
I would give it more slack if it at least did a well known formula, but there really is no plot whatsoever. Not even an unoriginal one, it simply does not exist in this dojo.
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