Contracted: Phase II

2015

Action / Drama / Horror / Thriller

16
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 36%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 24%
IMDb Rating 5.1 10 3622

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Richard Riehle as Deuge Gelman
Najarra Townsend as Samantha England
John Ennis as Special Agent Dalton
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Michael Ledo 7 / 10

Don't eat the dip

Riley (Matt Mercer) has unprotected maggot sex and contracts the necro-STD disease and passes it on to unsuspecting family and friends through casual contact. In this film we discover that BJ (Morgan Peter Brown) is the source of the disease as he is hunted down.

The odd thing in this film is that Riley takes a long time to go through his phases being able to infect people who become deathly ill overnight. The film consists of some pretty sick looking blood episodes, self mutilations, but a plot that is fairly stagnant.

There is a book title, "A Better You. Change From Within" that oozed with irony and a eulogy song that was no "Candle in the Wind."

Guide: F-bomb. Sex. No nudity

Reviewed by Andariel Halo 2 / 10

complete re-tread of the first movie

the first movie "Contracted" was good as hell with compelling characters in a body horror that at the very end reveals itself to be a zombie movie, executed in such a way that the mysteries that were begun in the film end up seeming insignificant compared to the implied threat of a zombie breakout.

this sequel picks up immediately after the first, beginning with Day 4 (the first film had the Day 1-3 transitions, with Day 3 revealed to be "of 3". This film does the exact same thing with Day 6 revealed to be "of 6") with now zombified Samantha secured and contained.

From there, we basically follow the same steps as the first movie, only focusing on the derpy guy who can't act Riley instead of Samantha. Every scene, every beat done by the first film is repeated here as if the first film didn't do them first, like we're supposed to be shocked and horrified when he starts coughing up lots of blood or finding weird things all over his body.

The guy who initially started the infection gets some more screen time, with a dumb run of the mill "mankind is a disease" manifesto sent to the police as the feds get involved. More people get infected by Riley and showing the same symptoms he and Samantha had. More ridiculously, people act as if the horrifying facial deformations are just a minor thing. It was similar in the first film, but at least Samantha had long hair and hid her face as much as she could. This guy meanders about town looking like pure syphilis and no one's gagging at the mere sight of him and calling 911.

Overall, the acting has gotten significantly worse, with Riley being utterly awful, and the actor playing Detective Young constantly slipping out of accent to some kind of either Irish or Canadian accent.

about the only new thing done in this movie is the introduction of some manner of wide-ranging cult related to the zombie thing and BJ, noted by the word ABBADON tattooed on their fingers. The zombie outbreak starts unfolding, implied offscreen, at the end of the film, essentially making the vast majority of this film a waste of time

Reviewed by Jean-Pol Cardin 6 / 10

Contracted: Phase II - a little horror film without much pretension, but visible

My opinion---

Contracted: Phase II is a film by Josh Forbes was able to realize a sequel fairly close to the first part, after being infected the film will follow its evolution for the next six days, with a rather simple scenario, actors who will do their best To make plausible their interpretations that I found good enough, on the other hand I found the effects of makeup very well done and one follows well the evolution of the virus, this film is not especially explosive and follows on A rather slow pace, but still lets himself watch. Note that there are several scenes that are downright disgusting as the infection wins the young man, so I say good appetite. In conclusion, I put the same note as for the first part of this story, evening: 6/10.

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