ChromeSkull: Laid to Rest 2 – Blu-ray and DVD Art and Specs Revealed

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Fans of Laid to Rest will have a lot to be thankful for once its sequel, ChromeSkull: Laid to Rest 2, comes home to Blu-ray and DVD on September 20th. Simply put, the flick kicks ass from top to bottom, and if you thought the first flick was violent, we can assure you it now looks like a PG-13 movie by comparison!

Directed by Robert Hall and produced by Chang Tseng and Kevin Bocarde, ChromeSkull: Laid to Rest 2 stars Brian Austin Green (“90210”, “The Sarah Connor Chronicles”), Owain Yeoman (Troy, “The Mentalist”), Thomas Dekker (A Nightmare on Elm Street 2010, “The Sarah Connor Chronicles”), Mimi Michaels (“Savage County”, Boogeyman 3), Nick Principe (Hatchet 2, Madison County), Danielle Harris (Rob Zombie’s Halloween, Hatchet 2), Gail O’Grady (“NYPD Blue”), Chris Nelson (Kill Bill), Brett Wagner (The Crazies), and Aimee Lynn Chadwick (Return of the Living Dead: Necropolis).

To keep up on all things Chromeskull, you can follow the madman himself on Twitter via @LaidToRestMovie, “like” ChromeSkull: Laid to Rest 2 on Facebook, or check out the official Laid to Rest 2 website!

Official Synopsis:
ChromeSkull: Laid to Rest 2 picks up three months after we last left ChromeSkull (Principe) at the end of the original Laid to Rest. Tommy (Dekker), who’s struggling to come to terms with his encounter with the masked killer, has now gone missing courtesy of the maniacal Preston (Green), a mysterious player in the sequel with a sinister connection to ChromeSkull. Meanwhile, our killer has set his sights on a new girl, Jess (Michaels), and after the young girl disappears, Detective King (Yeoman) must race against the clock to find her and Tommy before it’s too late and try to put an end to ChromeSkull’s deadly legacy.

Special Features

  • Audio commentary
  • Deleted scenes
  • Behind-the-scenes footage
  • Bloopers
  • Trailer

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    • nonserviam03

      I STILL want to know how Chromeskull survived (spoilers I guess) getting his face melted off and then his skull crushed with a baseball bat. I know it’s a slasher movie, but it had a fairly “realistic” tone.

      I’ll see the sequel for that alone.

      • Uncle Creepy

        It’s fully explained rather well. But in the end you always have to say … it’s a movie villain … how do any of them survive! LOL

    • LSD Zombie

      What Terminal said. It has the most annoying female protagonist of any slasher film.

      • Rob

        Agreed 120%. It’s funny, my wife decided to try and watch it while I was working an AM shift at my job, and I get a text from her that basically says “Oh my God please tell me this annoying slut dies.” She lasted about five more minutes before having to skip through the rest of the movie.

        Anyway, since she’s not in this one I’m expecting it to be alot better. The first one had insane gore effects and a nifty killer concept, but the lead girl ruined the rest of the film.

        • Vanvance1

          Bobbi Sue is pretty damned hot and I’ve noticed a consistent tendency among women to dislike other women who are attractive in a sexual way.

          • Emy

            I am a woman and I love a hot chick (or attractive in a sexual way) in my movies, but her actual acting is what bothered me. I was able to look past it and enjoy the movie but I can’t say that I would look for her movies or anything like that.

            It might have been how the part was written or directed so I’ll wait until I’ve seen more of her work before fully deciding on whether or not I like her.

            I’ll watch the sequel for sure.

            • The Woman In Black

              She was pretty good in the Night of the Demons remake, but part of the problem with her acting in Laid to Rest may have been her personal relationship with the director. They’ve since split so who knows what kind of tension between them might have hindered his ability to direct her and/or caused her to ignore some of what he wanted her to do. It’s always a crapshoot when couples work together like that. If only they could all be like Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward!

          • Shambling_in_Bandages

            Similarly, males have one hell of a tendency to give an actress a free pass simply because they deem them to be “pretty damned hot”.

            Personally, I found her acting to be on the same level of awful as her implants.

            • Vanvance1

              I think they’re damn good implants. Mind you I’d have to feel them to decide for certain. Modern silicone is wonderful and has a much nicer feel than saline.

    • MagusMaleficus

      I still need to watch the first one. Sucker’s been in my Netflix instant watch queue for ages.

      • Terminal

        You’re not missing anything.