Seed 2


Action / Horror

IMDb Rating 2.1 10 764


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Nick Principe as Max Seed
1.23 GB
24.000 fps
1hr 18 min
P/S 4 / 1

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by BA_Harrison 2 / 10

I wanted to like it...

Back in 2011 I had the pleasure of meeting director Marcel Walz and actress Annika Strauss at The European Weekend of Horrors in Germany. They were lovely people, extremely passionate about their chosen pursuit and very friendly, so it pains me to say that Seed 2 (AKA Blood Valley: Seed's Revenge), directed by Walz and starring Strauss, and co-written by the pair, is far from a great film (to put it mildly).

A sequel to Uwe Boll's Seed (2006), Seed 2 follows four girls, Christine, Olivia, Barbara and Claire (played by Natalie Scheetz, Christa Campbell, Sarah Hayden, and Strauss), who, after a wild hen night in Vegas, run into a family of killers in the desert, one of whom is none other than Max Seed (Nick Principe), the psycho from the first film.

What follows is a series of torture scenes involving some fairly brutal violence (gore courtesy of director/SFX guy Ryan Nicholson), but what makes the movie a total let down is the woefully unoriginal script (which borrows heavily from The Hills Have Eyes and The Texas Chain Saw Massacre), the equally dire performances, and, worst of all, the pointless non-linear style that, rather than add intrigue, simply makes the whole thing a confusing and thoroughly irritating mess.

Sorry Marcel, and sorry Annika, but I rate Seed 2 a pitiful 3 out of 10 (solely for the gore), minus half a point for having Claire wander the desert despite being run through with a serrated knife and nailed to the ground, and minus another half for leaving me scratching my head in puzzlement: exactly who was Caroline Williams supposed to be? Seed's mother? In which case, who was The Officer (Manoush) and why did Max Seed snap her neck at the end?

Reviewed by pczoty 1 / 10

Absolute garbage

You've seen movies where there's no real story, just a villain brutalizing young, semi- attractive girls for no apparent reason? Well, this is like that, but with a non-linear narrative! I think the trick is that you are forced to watch to the end to see if there is in fact any kind of coherent story. If you do, let me know, because I only made it 30 minutes in.

Reviewed by trashgang 4 / 10

Hard to not push the eject button

Went to a horror convention and bought t'his flick while the main villain was sitting there, Nick Principe. A really nice guy who was afraid to be caught taking a selfie with me, because you had to pay for pictures with the stars. Have seen a few flicks with him this was one that I really can't say that it was any good.

Strange to see Uwe Boll being used to promote this flick due the fact that many geeks find his flicks utter trash. And this wasn't any good at all. I give you one example. When victims are stabbed by a machete there's really no blood coming out of the wounds. And don't let me go deep into the acting if you could talk of any. Campbell is the one who tear this flick down to ground level. I just don't get it why people are still casting her.

Seed 2 is slow and doesn't have a good story. Nick does his best by not saying anything at all maybe he did know what was going on. Uwe Boll addicts will love this but many will be left with a huh feeling...

Gore 1/5 Nudity 1/5 Effects 1,5/5 Story 1/5 Comedy 0/5

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