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First bloody trailer for zombie sequel Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead has arrived

Dec. 30, 2013by: Paul Shirey
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For fans of zombies, particularly nazi zombies, and over-the-top horror gore, then your appetite is about to be fulfilled with DEAD SNOW: RED VS. DEAD, the sequel to DEAD SNOW, which found a group of medical students under attack by nazi zombies on a ski vacation. The first film was a fun little cheesy gorefest and the sequel looks to have some of the same flavor, but with a CRANK-like premise, as one of the survivors has had a "surgical enhancement" that makes him a bit more formidable against his undead enemies.

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Here's the synopsis:

Dead Snow: Red Vs. Dead follows the sole survivor of a Nazi zombie attack who battles an even larger army of Zombies with the help of The Zombie Squad, a professional gang of zombie killers from the U.S.

The sequel is directed by original helmer Tommy Wirkola, who also directed this year's sleeper hit HANSEL AND GRETEL: WITCH HUNTERS, which I thought was a perfectly fun time with no strings attached. A great, cheesy, gore-filled one night stand, if you will. Wirkola seems to have a good knack for the bloody goods, which are always a welcome addition when done well. I doubt that DEAD SNOW: RED VS. DEAD will be a huge player in the market this year, but perhaps its debut at Sundance this year will drudge up some heat.

DEAD SNOW: RED VS. DEAD premieres at Sundance next month with a release date yet to be announced, but expect it sometime in 2014.

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10:18AM on 12/31/2013

I would expect nothing less from Tommy Wirkola

He may not be a great or a favorite director but there is no doubt he has is an insane visionary. This is pretty much exactly what I would expecting and I'm shore fans of the first film will love it.

On a personal note If Sunance is next month I'm much more excited to start seeing the trailers and marketing for Tusk.
He may not be a great or a favorite director but there is no doubt he has is an insane visionary. This is pretty much exactly what I would expecting and I'm shore fans of the first film will love it.

On a personal note If Sunance is next month I'm much more excited to start seeing the trailers and marketing for Tusk.
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5:20PM on 12/30/2013

Sundance, eh?

Then I may just have to check it out when it gets here! Plus, this film has my friend and fellow conspirator, Amrita Acharia, who starred in a short film of mine this last summer called "Kiss the Devil in the Dark" with Doug Jones (shameless plug, I know.) So I have to get behind it!

And if you're curious, you can see the trailer to that little short film here if you're into Doug Jones playing a Demon or something: [link]
Then I may just have to check it out when it gets here! Plus, this film has my friend and fellow conspirator, Amrita Acharia, who starred in a short film of mine this last summer called "Kiss the Devil in the Dark" with Doug Jones (shameless plug, I know.) So I have to get behind it!

And if you're curious, you can see the trailer to that little short film here if you're into Doug Jones playing a Demon or something: [link]
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3:21PM on 12/30/2013

I like this director, so I'll give it a shot...

The first one was surprisingly good, (Minus a few snowmobiling scenes that felt straight out of a mountain dew commercial), but it was enjoyable as a horror fan and had some great Sam Raimi influenced moments throughout. Hansel & Gretal: Witch Hunters was also an underrated enjoyable gem, so that's two for two for this guy on the fun meter so hes got a watch out of me. He does fun-gore well, which is seriously lacking in today's horror market.
The first one was surprisingly good, (Minus a few snowmobiling scenes that felt straight out of a mountain dew commercial), but it was enjoyable as a horror fan and had some great Sam Raimi influenced moments throughout. Hansel & Gretal: Witch Hunters was also an underrated enjoyable gem, so that's two for two for this guy on the fun meter so hes got a watch out of me. He does fun-gore well, which is seriously lacking in today's horror market.
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2:10PM on 12/30/2013
Looks fun.
Looks fun.
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1:35PM on 12/30/2013
what the fuck just happened in my life. Hahah
what the fuck just happened in my life. Hahah
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12:19PM on 12/30/2013
Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters was such a fun film. Really underrated film.
Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters was such a fun film. Really underrated film.
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6:36PM on 12/30/2013
I agree. It was silly fun and did feel very much like a B-grade Euro-horror in the best way possible.
I agree. It was silly fun and did feel very much like a B-grade Euro-horror in the best way possible.
10:44PM on 12/30/2013
Totally agree. Loved every minute of it.
Totally agree. Loved every minute of it.