After befriending a young girl named Bean, Sam is captured and locked in a facility dedicated to finding a cure for the Redroom Virus. So for the major part of the movie they chose to resort to one barebone looking location, quite boring and uninspired one. Yet it's somewhat atmospheric and engaging enough to watch to the end, which makes it a really hesitate rental recommendation. But at the end of the day, pretty much every zombie film has one or more novelty mechanics to differentiate themselves from the slowly dwindling tide of films in the genre. So color me surprised when news of just that came my way. Trapped and tortured, Sam tries to escape the facility before an impending update on the Redroom site hits 100% and unleashes its final phase of attack. It felt like they tossed a lot of post-apocalyptic zombie tropes in a blender and set it on high.
Made-for-television movies are distributed in 4:3 small screen. Not really worth the 4 starts but too many people are giving this 1 start and it is messing up the rating for this moving. It is a very, very boring place to spend a long time. Also black and yellow tape. Or better yet, just skip this one. Not to mention how ridiculous the story is - it was made by people who have no idea about techonologies. But then, out of the blue, Antisocial 2 was announced.
Many years later they both end up meeting somehow, like they're going in circles. Years after having her newborn child stolen from her, Sam searches a world infested with infected users from the Social Redroom website. After befriending a young girl named Bean, Sam is captured and locked in a facility dedicated to finding a cure for the Redroom Virus. I wish I were kidding, but I just gotsa own it. Running time 90 minutes Country Canada Language English Antisocial is a 2013 Canadian sci-fi horror film and the feature film of Cody Calahan.
Years after having her newborn child stolen from her, Sam searches a world infested with infected users from the Social Redroom website. But you shouldn't have to eat 12 increasingly big portions of porridge to get it. Here though we're stripped of that aspect of fun, of enjoyable characters, and we're thrust into a character set-up that is resolutely dreary. Without commercial breaks, the full movie Antisocial 2 has a duration of 100 minutes; the official trailer can be streamed on the Internet. There's computer wires haphazardly strung between messily set-up machines.
Then, it kicks into life. There's also a messianic child who's exhibiting some startling powers but is kept under lock and key, apparently the means to saving humanity. I would say realistically it is a solid 3 and I have watched an insane amount of horror movies so I have a pretty good background on what is good and what is trash. It's a finale that warrants a third film, but sadly the preceding span really doesn't. Should you set aside time to see what comes next in the Antisocial story? This review contains spoilers for Antisocial and Antisocial 2. The walls, floors and ceilings are all concrete. And I will be glad to not be careful what I wish for! Trapped and tortured, Sam tries to escape the facility before an impending update on the Redroom site hits 100% and unleashes its final phase of the attack.
Written by I watched the first movie back in a day, but I don't remember it anymore, although they flashback some scenes from it in the sequel to remind what the first one was about. Unbeknownst to them, an epidemic has erupted outside, causing outbreaks around the world. It actually feels like a real betrayal of the character we saw in part one, who was strong and tried to solve problems even if that meant making some very hard choices. I really enjoyed the first movie, but this one was a disappointment. Years after having her newborn child stolen from her, Sam searches a world infested with infected users from the Social Redroom website.
She's questioned, she's experimented on, but she doesn't do anything herself until the end. Not something I'd include in a time capsule, 'less maybe I were forced to choose between this and Walt Disney's cryogenically frozen body. Whereas Antisocial was a marriage of the Zombie and Slasher subgenres, Antisocial 2 is more of a relationship between Drama and Sci-fi. They board themselves up in their lodgings and initially they believe that they will be fine until some of their friends begin to show symptoms of the disease. There's a genuine sense of tension, of dread. We're not sure what it means to begin with, but it's probably not going to be a mass email apology.
It's almost enough to forget you've had to wade through cinematic tar to get there. Once there, things seem to be going well until their friend Jed turns on the television, which displays a news story about a seemingly isolated act of violence. So, does this mean that I have a consumer have sold out to A-list Hollywood celeb populated films go? This is not a bad film, insofar as hatchet-wielding heroine-seeking-her-stolen-child-following-an-earthly apocalypse film goes. It also fully solidifies Mylett's Sam as a stone cold heroine, someone who could easily be the female Ash in an Antisocial sequel. Forward: I kept having flashes of deja vu throughout the first act and, no, not a veiled reference to the ex-wife.
Once the initial plot points are constructed — you begin to realize just how different of an experience this will be from the original. The story picks up with Sam, some months later, surviving in the post-zombie wasteland and about to give birth. Description Years after having her newborn child stolen from her, Sam searches a world infested with infected users from the Social Redroom website. Perhaps even more surprising is the fact that Antisocial 2 marks the 4th film for Black Fawn Films in 2 years. It was Unfriended before there was Unfriended. It had the fun of a slasher movie but the desperation of a zombie film and it was an exhilarating balance.
Scenes where Sam is covered in blood or pleading for mercy feel forced, but the caring dialogue between herself and younger characters such as Bean and Jacob feel much more natural and enjoyable. And you will sit there loving it. The Social Redroom is still alive and kicking; transforming all who set eyes upon the website into vicious bloodthirsty creatures. Characters make drastic decisions, changing the lives of themselves and others. With a strong cast of characters and some fizzling tension that would be fine. Most zombie films have such a nebulous cause for the dead returning to life that you could bolt this in front of it and they work as part A and B of one whole zombie uprising. Gone are the days of black and red blood-spattered imagery and cheesy catch phrases.