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Alone in the Dark II

2.8 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews

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Alone in the Dark 2 is the action-packed supernatural sequel to the hit Alone in the Dark. Edward Carnby is back on the trail of a deadly supernatural killer. He must solve this mystery rooted in the past before it claims more lives, including his own.

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  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Uni Dist Corp
  • Run Time: 91 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002VJVCLE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #93,040 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Alone in the Dark II" on IMDb

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Format: DVD
Now I'm totally confused. Except for the same title, what has this movie to do with the original masterpiece Alone in the Dark?

In record time, this movie introduces then quickly dispatches Jason Connery, Michael Pare, and Zack Ward while slowly introducing us to a swirly mess of tendrils that appear to be a witch no one wants to deal with. Huh?
For good measure, they also toss in fan favorites Danny Trejo and Lance Henriksen. Why? Why not. As long as they were in the mood to confuse............
The plot has something to do with an ugly dagger that inflicts anyone who touches it with a nasty complexion altering disease of sorts. There's a witch, a grudge, an old bargain, and the hunt for the witch's tomb. The main character from the first film, Edward Carnby, shows up in this one too but no one is supposed to notice he's now Asian. Sure, why not, makes perfect sense.

I found this sequel a tad on the dull side. It's not that it's a terrible film; it's just not terribly interesting. There seemed to be a huge disconnect between the witch and the dagger, which was supposed to be the villain of the piece? The dagger seemed to be causing all the harm. The witch was just this floaty thing that popped up from time to time, more a special effect than anything frightful.
Eh.
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It is often said that trauma can lead to the difference in one's personality, attitude and overall views on health, but I have never seen anything so traumatic that Edward Carnby of Alone in the Dark would change nationalities. Yes the events from the first film directed by Uwe Boll were so devastating that Christian Slater morphed into Rick Yune (The Fast and The Furious, Die Another Day and Ninja Assassin) Well folks grab you PKGs, strap on your unleashed nuclear accelerator and get ready for some otherworldly events. This is Alone in the Dark 2.
There could be SPOILERS AHEAD!!!! Grab an umbrella!

We unfold our story with some action of lightning and thunder with a man and a woman dragging a second man from some unknown danger. Get this gang. No narrative. Then I had to check and found out Uwe Boll is only producing this one. Holy Celebrity Kids Batman! Our poor wounded fellow is Jason Connery! (Brotherhood of Blood, The Thirst: Blood War, Dr Who, Robin Hood (1986)) The man dragging him is Uwe Boll alumni actor Michael Pare' (Blood Rayne: Deliverance, Blood Rayne: The Third Reich, Komodo vs. Cobra, Red Serpent and Fate) and the lovely Natassia Malthe (Blood Rayne: Deliverance, Blood Rayne: The Third Reich, In The Name of the King 2, Skinwalkers and Bloodsuckers)
Quick bit of dialogue later the three decide that being out in the park forest may be a bad idea so they run to the men's commode where a drug pusher Xavier, is prepping his deliveries (Zach Ward of Titus, Postal, Resident Evil: Apocalypse, Blood Rayne: Deliverance, Cold Case and Repo)

Now to get off track from the story I just cringed when I saw the directors and writers of this movie.
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This terrible sequel makes the original look like a masterpiece, the pace is arthritic-ally slow I was watching this with my girlfriend and she was bored halfway through, I was surprised since she likes terrible B movies as much as I do. Watching this film will make you miss the appealing Tara Reid and Christian Slater chemistry and the interesting black armored beasts in the first film as those things are replaced by bad dialogue and extensive plot holes and a harmless teenage looking witch villian who turns to smoke and kills everyone off screen. One good thing is the beautiful and talented Rachel Specter who plays the asian version of Edward Carnby(Rick Yune)'s love interest Natalie Dexter, who outshines the rest of the mediocre cast. I really dont recommend this movie, the original is head and shoulders above this one, and though crappy unto itself, is a better use of your money, also the dvd for the original is loaded with special features some of which I liked quite a bit(including music videos from some bands I actually like)and the dvd on this one has none whatsoever. This one really isnt worth wasting your time on, avoid like the plague, As for my copy I'm putting it back in my collection and never casting the vaguest of glances on it ever again.
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While I was disappointed in the lack of action sequences, I think that including even half of the action from the game would have taken away from the realism of the film, as mountains of action sequences work a lot better in a game than they do on film. The film opts for a quieter tone, and a much more thoughtful and introspective approach. I appreciated this a lot, as a fan of the game.
The movie is well made, and well thought out. I was not disappointed in this aspect. I have to bring to life the fact that Alone in the Dark is not an horror movie at heart. It is a mystery film with a few horror scenes and an interessting visual style.
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This ended up being one of those BDs where the extras, Blu quality and franchise name almost push this into a four-star category, but everything else dragged it right back down. Though I should say fans of the numerous recognizable actors in this will end up wanting a copy - especially with the price this is being given away at.

The story was intermittent and the short shooting schedule showed through in virtually every sequence, but it is always fun to watch Lance, Trejo and Ralf do their thing. The picture quality is excellent, even with the ghost effects. The DTS gets used well with the action scenes, but the sound itself is poorly done (dialogue/voice editing mix mostly). The flashy filming gets irritating very quickly, but the Blu clarity is solid enough you can see the strobe lanterns (subbing for lightning) in all of the outdoor shots, so screening this in the store did nothing for generating buzz. The supplements have a few worthy notes, including:

* Making of, 15 minutes. Mixes cuts from the other supplement/interviews with non-narrated behind the scenes footage that gets dry pretty fast. This extra closes with a shot of the crew falling asleep on set - long days presumably.
* Cast interviews, 8 sit-downs totaling 24:12 minutes, play all option. I would recommend watching Ralf's only as he actually interviews quite well (that and Lance's best snippet is in the making of). Even if you are anti-Uwe Boll (most of this film's criticism is from his hate club) Ralf mentions his production ethic and other assorted goodies. But the classic moment is him mentioning a desire to work in theater; I have liked this guy going back to Gladiator so hope he gets his wish.
* Crew commentary.

No region coding shown, English SDH only and English 5.1 only.
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