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The Descent: Part 2

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Product Details

  • Actors: Michael J. Reynolds, Shauna Macdonald, Jessika Williams, Douglas Hodge, Josh Dallas
  • Directors: Jon Harris
  • Writers: J Blakeson, James McCarthy, James Watkins, Neil Marshall
  • Producers: Cameron McCracken, Christian Colson, Diarmuid McKeown
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • DVD Release Date: April 27, 2010
  • Run Time: 94 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (211 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0037E8HNI
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #38,525 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The Descent: Part 2" on IMDb

Special Features

Audio commentary with director Jon Harris and actors Shauna MacDonald, Krysten Cummings and Anna Skellern
Deleted scenes
Storyboard gallery

Editorial Reviews

Product Description

Dazed, bloodied and speechless with trauma, Sarah Carter emerges alone from the Appalachian cave system where the events of The Descent took place. Local sheriff Redmond Vaines forces her back underground to help the rescue team which is desperately searching for her five missing girlfriends. As the team moves deeper into the caves, Sarah’s flashes of fractured memory intensify and she begins to realize the full horror of the would-be rescue mission. Only Sarah knows the terror which lurks in the shadows of the caves. But they are about to encounter a new tribe of crawlers – inbred, deformed and even more viciously feral than those Sarah faced before.


As a follow-up to The Descent, Neil (Doomsday) Marshall's unsettling and underrated subterranean horror film, The Descent: Part 2 delivers part, if not all of what made the first film one of the standout genre pictures of the last few years. Shauna Macdonald returns as the sole survivor of an expedition that turned fatal after its team of all-female spelunkers encountered a race of monsters in a remote Appalachian cave; unable to prove her story, she's sent by the local authorities back into the cavern with a team of experts, with predictably bloody results. Unfortunately, blood is apparently the sole focus of director Jon Harris, who edited the original Descent (as well as Kick-Ass); what's missing are Marshall's strong characters, which made their demise all the more meaningful and harrowing, and his emphasis on suspense over special effects (Marshall is credited as executive producer on Descent 2). Those wishing to see more of the "crawlers," the blind, humanoid antagonists in both films, will get plenty of views here, but bringing them into the light, as it were, doesn't make them more frightening. Instead, viewers become more aware of their artifice, which also goes for their suspiciously papier-mâché-like environs. The widescreen DVD includes some interesting extras that illustrate the producers' intentions with the film; Harris, Macdonald, and two of the newer cast members provide a lively commentary, while a 25-minute making-of featurette gives glimpses of the film's production design. A battery of deleted scenes offer character nuances that might have benefited the film had they been left in, and a storyboard gallery is an improvement over the murky sets. --Paul Gaita

Customer Reviews

They did a very good job on this movie.
The ending annoyed me a lot too as it was how it ended was completely unnecessary didn't really make much sense.
I Like Cheese
The movie is one of my favorite horror films of recent times.
Ronald Nocella

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

55 of 68 people found the following review helpful By Terry Mesnard VINE VOICE on March 9, 2010
Format: DVD
The Descent didn't need a sequel. It was a pitch-perfect horror film, one of the best I've seen in the last decade or longer, that incorporated high amounts of tension, a desperate struggle, some amazing jump-out-of-your-skin scares, great characters that you actually cared about and just the right amount of gore. I loved that film. Its original UK ending was also such a great, sad and interesting way to close it out. But apparently, The Descent: Part 2 decides to forgo that horror classic ending and instead uses the American/"happy" ending. It's interesting to note that the sequel is "Part 2" as opposed to simply The Descent 2. It indicates that it is an extension of the first film, as opposed to a sequel. As such, to discuss Part 2, I'll have to talk about the first one. You've been warned.

The American ending of The Descent finds Sarah crazed and amnesiac with fear of her plight from the previous film, running to a rescue truck. During the time she and her team have been lost, the local sheriff has started a search party for Juno, who not only was left for dead by Sarah for her infidelity and a misunderstanding, but is also a senator's daughter. Sarah is taken to a hospital where said sheriff, Sheriff Vaines, decides that not only is Sarah a suspect in the missing spelunkers (for her shirt was covered in blood) but that she must go back underground to help locate them. Never mind the fact that this probably wouldn't happen in real life because 1) she's obviously hurt 2) mentally unstable and 3) uh...she has no memory, remember? Also forgetting the fact that it seems awfully coincidental that she happens to not remember that the cave system is swarming with cannibalistic creatures, we now have a reason for more bloodshed.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By trebe TOP 500 REVIEWER on May 8, 2012
Format: DVD
An adventure following six women in a cave system in North Carolina, The Descent (2005), director Neil Marshall's follow up to Dog Soldiers, became kind of a big hit, and elevated Marshall's status in the horror genre. Dark, claustrophobic, atmospheric, and terrifying, The Descent (D1) tapped into humanity's primal fears, as the spelunkers encounter vicious carnivorous cave "crawlers".

The popularity and box office success of the Saturn award winner, provided the impetus to continue the saga, with Jon Harris who edited the first film, making his directorial debut. Neil Marshall who wrote the original screenplay is onboard as executive producer, but passed the writing responsibilities on to a team of three writers. What follows assumes some familiarity with D1, and will include some major spoilers, so proceed at your own peril.

The Descent Part 2 (2009) (D2) picks up shortly after where the first film concluded, with a bloody Sarah (Shauna McDonald) being found by a park ranger, and taken to a hospital with no memory of what has happened. Sheriff Vaines (Gavan O'Herlihy) suspects that Sarah may have killed her friends, and in a completely ridiculous move, forces her to join a group searching for survivors. Setting aside the moral and legal ramifications, a shell-shocked Sarah is present when Vaines, his deputy Elen Rios (Krysten Cummings), and three "expert" cave explorers, Dan (Douglas Hodge), Cath (Anna Skellern), and Greg (Joshua Dallas), take an elevator ride down an old mine shaft, and begin to search.

D2 does not try very hard to recapture the mood and atmosphere of the underground environment from the original film.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Zhar Tah-Jot on April 20, 2014
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Some critics panned the original movie. Some speculated
that the cast was made entirely of females and that it would have
far done better if more men went to see. Well, what a crock
of s***! The Descent/The Descent II were scary/horror movies.
Part II went straight to DVD. How sad. I was channel surfing and
saw Part II one day. I watched all three showings back to back. Then
decided to order the movie. I wished Part II was a little more
frightful, like the claustophobic scene in Part I. Other than that, both flicks are some
of my most watched horror movies. As a male, I like them both.
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65 of 91 people found the following review helpful By Ronald Nocella on March 7, 2010
Format: DVD
When the first film, The Descent, hit theaters, I saw it 3 times. The movie is one of my favorite horror films of recent times. When I heard a second installment was being made, I felt bittersweet about it. I went into the film both excited and apprehensive because in most cases, sequels rarely come close to being as effective as the original. THIS however is not the case for The Descent: Part 2!

One of the most common questions about this film is "Why would the lead character, Sarah, go back down into the cave after barely making it out alive in the first place?" and that question is answered very well and makes perfect sense when you watch the film. The story line and atmosphere, while very similar to the first, are still VERY effective. The film brings the suspense as well as the gore.

This film plays out much more like a continuation of the first story than a sequel, almost as if "To be continued..." should have shown before the credits of the original installment.
If you are a fan, like myself, of the original THE DESCENT, then please, give THE DESCENT: PART 2 a try. Im almost certain you will not be disappointed. I wasnt.

Bravo to the cast and crew of this great scary film! 5 stars!
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