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New Grave Encounters 2 Teaser Poster Has a Few Fans





From the minute it was announced, we knew that making a sequel to the cinéma vérité spook show Grave Encounters was going to be no easy task. Having recently seen the finished product, I can tell you first-hand... Grave Encounters 2 could very well be the perfect sequel.

John Poliquin directed from a script penned by the original's helmers, the Vicious Brothers. Grave Encounters 2 will be available nationwide On Demand beginning October 2nd with a theatrical roll-out later in October.

Synopsis
In 2011 GRAVE ENCOUNTERS was a found-footage horror phenomenon from the Vicious Brothers, with a trailer garnering over 20 million views on YouTube. Many people believed it was just a movie. They were wrong, and film student Alex Wright is out to prove it in GRAVE ENCOUNTERS 2.

While researching the events depicted in the original film and the subsequent disappearance of its lead ”actor” Sean Rogerson, Alex Wright received a bizarre video from a mysterious blogger named “DeathAwaits666." Appearing to show Rogerson still alive but trapped inside the Collingwood Psychiatric Hospital from GRAVE ENCOUNTERS, Alex and his friends agree to meet the blogger at the infamous hospital in hopes of learning what really happened. To their horror they quickly find themselves face-to-face with unspeakable evil. Realizing that they must be smarter and faster than Rogerson and his crew to avoid suffering the same fate, they use their knowledge of the original film to do whatever it takes to survive.

New Grave Encounters 2 Teaser Poster Has a Few Fans

New Grave Encounters 2 Teaser Poster Has a Few Fans

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James Coker's picture

0ne man's trash is another man's treasure


Submitted by James Coker on Thu, 09/06/2012 - 5:41am.
kiddcapone's picture

Grave Encounters sucked. I had really high hopes for it. I thought the idea of having a bunch of douchebags mocking the Ghost Adventures crew finally getting what's coming to them would make for an entertaining flick. I was wrong. It was just more of the same shaky camera shit, just done even worse than most, with a totally lame ending.

It's glowing reviews for trash like this that really makes me call into question the integrity of those who write them. I know the line of friendship gets blurred when you're on the inside of the industry, and you want to remain in the inner circle, but objectivity should always remain if you want legit credibility.


Submitted by kiddcapone on Wed, 09/05/2012 - 1:15am.
James Coker's picture

always noticed how the staff of DreadCentral and I are the only ones who liked GraveEncounters. tis a shame. the film should get more love I mean c'mon its annoying "GhostHunters" actually getting killed by the ghost which you can clearly SEE in the film


Submitted by James Coker on Tue, 09/04/2012 - 8:53pm.
Vanvance1's picture

Perfect sequel? There was nothing memorable about the first one. Does perfect mean it follows the same path of forgettable, generic shakey cam flicks? Or does perfect mean someone actually wrote a story and they fired the guy with Parkinsons and handed the camera to someone who knows what 'cinematography' means?


Submitted by Vanvance1 on Tue, 09/04/2012 - 6:56pm.
admin moderator Sorry you didn't like it but
Jon Condit's picture

Sorry you didn't like it but Grave Encounters was awesome. Definitely a staff favorite around here.


Submitted by Jon Condit on Tue, 09/04/2012 - 7:53pm.

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