Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Meat Market 2|
Actors: Claire Westby, Alison Therriault, Stephan Eng, Terra Thompson, Rob Nesbitt
Director: Brian Clement
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Three years after the events of Meat Market, the few survivors of the undead and the ruins of society are back, in search of a safe haven, when they come across what appears to be the last refuge of humanity. It is there a... more »
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Not as good as the first but good enough
Dave | citrus heights, ca | 09/06/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)
"The movie continues a year later after the MM1 to where the same army chick, one of the lesbian vampires and a dude with a patch on his eye go around in the zombie infested city. They end up getting captured by some dorky-looking chick and taken to a base where the military kill diseased people, experiment on the disabled, and sign up who ever isn't diseased of disabled. Then there's a autopsy guy who does human inerds and skulls. Then the hot chick investigates the whole thing. Then it progresses on until zombies within the base break free and kill off all the soldiers. Then the lesbian vampire and the hot chick escape with the help of the ghost of the Mexican Wrestler.A DECENT SEQUEL! NOT AS GOOD AS THE FIRST! I thought they weren't even trying in this one and didn't even try at all to make a good sequel (hence Hollywood and their sequels) but it's good enough I suppose. The only flaw this movie suffered was the return of that Mexican wrestler. THAT WAS STUPID! Other than that, wonderful.
(some zombies)most entertaining part: | anything that involves sex or hoo hoo dillys (except the shower scene). you'll know what I mean |"
Who is eating who, really?
Spencer Wendleton | Independence, MO United States | 02/11/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"The sequel to any horror movie usually lacks something of the original, but this one proves worthy. We're not only blessed with zombie action: lots of head-splitting and cheesy spurting noises, but humans eating organs! Finally, a new spin on the zombie genre. The story of the survivors from the first movie facing out with a tyrannical corporation trying to rebuild a zombified world also held my attention well. For the budget of $5,000 dollars, it's a damn good movie. This is a worty movie despite its apparant technical flaws. Any zombie fan will drool for more."