ABCs of Death 2 (2014)

Not Rated   |    |  Comedy, Horror

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Another 26-chapter anthology that showcases death in all its vicious wonder and brutal beauty.




  • "K Is for Knell"
  • "X Is for Xylophone"
  • Rodney Ascher at an event for ABCs of Death 2 (2014)
  • Larry Fessenden and Lauren Molina at an event for ABCs of Death 2 (2014)
  • "N Is for Nexus"
  • "D Is for Deloused"

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Rodney Ascher , Julian Barratt , Robert Boocheck , Alejandro Brugués , Kristina Buozyte , Alexandre Bustillo , Larry Fessenden , Julian Gilbey , Jim Hosking , Lancelot Oduwa Imasuen , E.L. Katz , Aharon Keshales , Steven Kostanski , Marvin Kren , Juan Martínez Moreno , Erik Matti , Wolfgang Matzl , Julien Maury , Robert Morgan , Chris Nash , Vincenzo Natali , Hajime Ohata , Navot Papushado , Bill Plympton , Dennison Ramalho , Todd Rohal , Jerome Sable , Bruno Samper , Jen Soska , Sylvia Soska , Sôichi Umezawa


Ant Timpson (created by), Ant Timpson (based on a franchise dream by), David Chirchirillo, Julian Barratt, Julian Gilbey, Robert Morgan, Alejandro Brugués, Marc Walkow (based on an idea by), Alejandro Brugués (based on an idea by), Jim Hosking, Toby Harvard, Erik Matti, Jeff Buhler (based on a story by), Dennison Ramalho (screenplay), Kristina Buozyte, Bruno Samper, Lancelot Oduwa Imasuen (story concept), Ossa Earlice (screenplay), Robert Boocheck, Larry Fessenden, Hajime Ohata, Todd Rohal, Rodney Ascher, Benjamin Hessler (screenplay), Juan Martínez Moreno, Jen Soska, Sylvia Soska, Vincenzo Natali, Jerome Sable, Nicholas Musurca, Jeremy Gillespie, Julien Maury, Alexandre Bustillo, Sôichi Umezawa, Chris Nash

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18 November 2014 | SushiStoner103
| An Atrocious Anthology
Where do i even start? Since the film itself never starts let alone finishes. Abc's of death 2 attempts to avoid all horror film cliché's but somehow manages to create new ones. The film is disgusting, a series of events that are so poorly executed by its lazy filming techniques and its embarrassingly low budget. The acting is horrific there were literally no effort put into this film which leaves me confused on how it eve made it to the big screen. Although i do have to admit it made slight improvements compared to the first film, which is one of my all time hated movies. The film was made for its shock factor as if it was a competition on which skit was capable of creating the most disgusting. You might as well stick to the human centipede franchise.

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