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Meat Market 2

Claire Westby , Alison Therriault , Brian Clement  |  Unrated |  DVD
2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: Claire Westby, Alison Therriault, Stephan Eng, Terra Thompson, Rob Nesbitt
  • Directors: Brian Clement
  • Writers: Brian Clement
  • Producers: Brian Clement
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Sub Rosa Studios
  • DVD Release Date: March 25, 2009
  • Run Time: 79 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00009L54J
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #604,719 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Meat Market 2" on IMDb

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The sequel to Meat Market 1!! More than a year after the events of Meat Market, the few survivors, Argenta, Nemesis, and others struggle for survival against the undead in the ruins of what was once society. In their search for a safe haven they come across what appears to be the last refuge of humanity - a fortified com-pound run by former motivational speaker Bill Wilhelm, and his cult of heavily armed fanatics. But when Argenta is subjected to indoctrination techniques and her comrades imprisoned, she begins to suspect that deep within the compound, more is going on than a simple attempt to 'rebuild' . . . that Bill and his followers have more than one use for the living and the undead alike.

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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 among a motivational speaker Bill Wilheim and his cults of fanatics that the truth of the live and the undead becomes known.

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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars not as good as the first but good enough September 5, 2003
By Dave
Format:DVD
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 |
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3.0 out of 5 stars Better than the first. December 7, 2008
Format:DVD
Meat Market II (Brian Clement, 2001)

Meat Market II has one major improvement over its predecessor, and that is that it's actually got a plot. Now, I should say that I watched the two movies back to back, and I could be seeing this just in relation to the first movie. But still, in comparison, this is the Citizen Kane of basement-budget zombie movies. Our two ex-security guards and their lesbian vampire friends are back. It's a year after the first movie, and the zombies have pretty much taken over. Our heroes and heroines have been surviving hand-to-mouth, and it's a pretty pathetic existence, when they run across another survivor. She promises them food and shelter, and leads them back to her place... but that would be spoiling it.

As with the first Meat Market, this movie's entire budget went to the gore effects, which still isn't saying a great deal. A lot of Karo corn syrup went into the making of this movie. In any case, the acting still ranges from subconscious to atrocious, you can never really be sure whether the comedy is intentional, and even though this one has a much more structured plot than the first movie, it still wanders off on tangents a bit. Still, it's much more likable than its kid brother. ** ˝
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3 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Who is eating who, really? February 10, 2004
Format:DVD
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.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Don't be deceived! March 14, 2004
By AFP
Format:DVD
This was the most dissapointing horror film I have ever seen. The acting is HORRIBLE, I don't think most are even real actors, probably just friends of the movie maker. The camera is extremely horrible, it literally looks like a film students work, the camera is just way too plain like one you can go buy at the store, for those reasons alone DO NOT BUY THIS FILM!!! Some of the zombies look good, well their faces at least. They don't have raggy clothing like they should, it's stupid when they are wearing perfectly clean clothes with faces full of blood, it doesn't make sense. There's abit of blood, and a few scenes with gore but the way it was done was as bad as the acting. There is only one scene where you actually see violence in action without having to move the camera away, the rest of it is just blood squirting on the walls that doesn't even look like blood. If the camera was professional it might have been fun to watch, but it was done with a home recorded so it's not worth it at all. Not to mention that the girls in this movie are UGLY!!! There is no excuse for the showering scenes, come on they do closeups on a naked girl that is probably around 290 pounds!! That was sicker than the zombies! Just avoid this movie at all costs, it is just horrible, the only thing good about it is the relief you feel when you watch other movies, it makes you appreciate good movies!
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