‘Dead Snow 2’ Trailer Is As Insane As You Hoped It Would Be
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If you’ve not yet seen Dead Snow, the simple and quiet little tale of a bunch of Nazi corpses rising from the snows to wreak bloody havoc on a group of students in the mountains in Norway, you my friend are missing out. It’s every bit as over-the-top crazy as it sounds, and in the best possible way imaginable.

Now a sequel to the movie titled Dead Snow 2: Red vs. Dead is on the way, and a new trailer has been released. Judging by early screening responses and this first look, the sequel will be just as jaw-droppingly insane as fans hoped it would be.

Be sure to check out the trailer and a synopsis below.

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DVD Review: Dead Snow

Dead Snow
DVD | Blu-ray
Directed by Tommy Wirkola
Starring Stig Frode Henriksen, Vegar Hoel, Bjorn Sundquist
MPI Home Video
Release date: February 23, 2010

A group of medical students take an Easter vacation to a cabin in the woods near the small Norwegian village of Oksfjord. Because of the heavy snow their only way to get there — and back — is a single snowmobile or a 45-minute walk. And no, there is no phone reception up here. Happily, they play in the snow; having snowball fights and sledging down the hills. In the cabin they drink beer, play twister, and enjoy themselves. But they are not alone. During World War 2, German soldiers terrorised Oksfjord subjecting its people to three years of barbarity as they looted any valuables they could find. Having finally had enough, the villagers rallied together and hounded the soldiers out of their homes and into the mountains. Something evil is stalking the students — zombie Nazis.

Let me get this out of the way early: I loved this movie. I thought it was a great genre piece made by an obvious horror movie nut and brought a fresh angle to an already gorged genre. Like the child vampires in Let The Right One In it seems the snow in Scandinavia has forced a genuinely fresh take on another of my favourite horror creations and Dead Snow, directed and co-written by Tommy Wirkola, steps into those bloody-footprints with gory glee.

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