Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu Cold Prey 2 Resurrection - Kälter als der Tod. Nach der blutigen Tragödie in den Bergen Norwegens hat nur Jannicke. Jannicke kommt mit den Verletzungen aus Teil 1 ins Krankenhaus. Die diensthabenden Ärzte sind Herman, Camilla und Audhild. Da das Hospital bald dicht gemacht wird, sind nur noch eine ältere Frau und der kleine Daniel als Patienten übrig. Cold Prey 2 Resurrection – Kälter als der Tod (Originaltitel: Fritt vilt II) ist ein norwegischer Horrorfilm aus dem Jahr und die Fortsetzung von Cold Prey. <
Cold Prey 2 Resurrection - Kälter als der TodCold Prey 2 Resurrection - Kälter als der Tod ein Film von Mats Stenberg mit Fridtjov Såheim, Per Schaaning. Inhaltsangabe: Jannicke (Ingrid Bolsø Berdal). Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu Cold Prey 2 Resurrection - Kälter als der Tod. Nach der blutigen Tragödie in den Bergen Norwegens hat nur Jannicke. Cold Prey 2 - Resurrection. (58)IMDb 6,21 Std. 29 Min Nach der blutigen Tragödie in den Bergen Norwegens hat nur Jannicke aus der Gruppe der.
Cold Prey 2 Departments VideoBlood Runs Cold 2009 December 24, Full Review…. Oof, that was Rotten. How can we improve? Color: Color. Fjellmannen Bernhard Ramstad Schnell merkt Jannicke, dass Ein Fressen Für Die Geier etwas nicht stimmt: "Der Alptraum ist noch nicht vorbei! In jedem Falle sollte man die Fortsetzung des handwerklich perfekten und überraschend gut funktionierenden Der Venushügel -Slashers nicht übersehen! Die einzige Überlebende des ersten Teils wird von einem Hilfspolizisten in den verschneiten Bergen entdeckt und in ein Krankenhaus gebracht. Cold Prey 2: Resurrection (Norwegian: Fritt Vilt 2) is a Norwegian slasher film directed by Mats Stenberg. It is the sequel to Cold Prey. After the massacre in the first film, Jannicke, the sole survivor, struggles her way back to civilization. At a to-be-closed hospital in a nearby town, the hospital staff of just 3 people, hospital chief Hermann, physician Camilla and nurse Audhild. Watch Cold Prey 2. Streaming Guide Movies Drama. watch online Watch Cold Prey 2. Streamers Information Rated: B15, 14A, 15 r, 18, MA 15+ Runtime: 1m 26s. Release date: 09 Actors: Ingrid Bols Berdal. Cold Prey 2: Resurrection adalah sebuah film jagal Norwegia tahun garapan Mats Stenberg. Film tersebut adalah sekuel dari Cold Prey, dan tayang perdana di Norwegia pada 10 Oktober
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It was kind of slow and the kills weren't that great but it was beautifully filmed, well- enough acted for a Swedish film, or maybe that's Norwegian, who knows, and it had an awesome twist ending with one of the best hardcore metal songs to the end credits I have ever heard.
In many respects it was a lot like Halloween It keeps all the successful elements from the first movie well shot, well acted, well-directed but has more kills, more tension and less build-up which is good because really, I've seen it all before and unless your birthing some slasher narrative miracle of nature there really is no need to have protracted character development revolving around horny teens.
Actually I liked this one 2 better because it takes place in a hospital, has fully mature adults who are way less happy and way less whiny than the annoying teens in the first movie and has way better kills and pacing.
By the way, Halloween 2 takes place in a hospital. Go figure. She's taken to the local hospital where she reveals the story of the massacre of her friends at the ski lodge by the masked psychopath Geir Robert Follin, who replaced the first film's Rune Melby.
Unluckily for the staff and patients of the hospital, however, Dr. This spells bad news for everyone as Geir breaks free and goes on yet another vicious murder spree through the hospital.
Taking an obvious page from the book of the 'Halloween' franchise, rookie filmmaker Mats Stenberg, taking over for the first film's director Roar Uthaug, moves the 'Fritt Vilt' story out of the lodge and into the hospital, very much like Laurie Strode's experience in 'Halloween II.
In fact, everything in this sequel seemed boosted by the location change. The story gets moving quickly, but still manages to get in enough character development to give viewers a bit of interest for the soon-to-be victims.
This is a very refreshing as the slasher subgenre is famous for its lack of character development, using characters more as props for the killer to slaughter in various ways.
In fact, 'Fritt Vilt II' has some of the best suspense and build-up I've seen in this subgenre for a long time. As far as the technical aspects go, the film is top notch for the subgenre.
While the story may not be the most original or unpredictable, the approach works very well, made even better by director Stenberg's execution.
A positive that many fans will notice is the realism of the return of the killer. The cinematography of Anders Flatland is both beautiful and effective.
He manages to show us precisely everything we need to see in interesting ways without pulling the reveals too quickly. The cast, as well, did very well in their individual roles.
Although very few of the characters had to pull off overly complex characters, Yannicke definitely had some substance to work with and performed very well as one of the most badass "final girls" that's come to the slasher subgenre in a while.
Overall, 'Fritt Vilt II' is a fantastic entry into the genre and is a contender as one of the best slashers of the decade, being one of the few films that may all-around surpass its predecessor.
Final Verdict: 8. Cold Prey 2 to me is Halloween 2 Norwegian style. It takes place right after the events of the first film as our heroine from the first is taken to a nearby hospital.
In essence Cold Prey 2 is a fusion of Halloween 2 and Friday the 13th Part 4: The final Chapter but again it has its own stamp and it stands alone and proud in the slasher genre.
Cold Prey 2 doesn't bring anything new to the table other than it is a full throttle attack on the senses. Our killer is one mean son of a gun and his image is not far off Kane Hodder's Jason in Friday the 13th Part 7: The New Blood.
Again we are treated to some great atmosphere and settings that are dark, brooding and foreboding at the best of times. Throw in some great kills and you have one of the better horror sequels in some time.
On to review Part 3. It was the best sequel I have ever seen. The first moments were really impressive. The expected action scenes were boring. But the film chose to stall a bit more and the killer was saved by a poor quality scene.
One and last thing I have to say, and that is that her nightmare did not even start. I also liked the interpretation of Marthe Snorresdotter Rovik who plays as nurse of this hospital and helps Jannicke.
Finally I have to say that I did not expect that "Fritt vilt II" to be such a nice horror movie and I am glad that it was. I really wasn't fond of the first Cold Prey movie the ending was the final nail in the coffin of a movie that had very little to offer for me.
I'm assuming you have seen the first one and know how it ended. If not, it does make sense watching it especially if you are more of a slasher movie fan , because this does continue where the other one left off at the end.
This is more straightforward and does not try to be "cute" again talking about the ending of the other movie, but also about "character" moments and decisions that you'll only see in a movie like this one.
Which makes it watchable again I can only talk for myself here and kinda fun most of the time. I watched the first Cold Prey movie back to back with this 2nd part Cold Prey.
Although YOU don't have to. This second movie still makes very good sense without having to see the first movie, although I would recommend it as they are both good watches!
I CARED about them, and didn't want to see them hurt, unlike some of the horror movies where the characters are almost annoying and w kinda LIKE to see them killed off.
It just makes for a more roller coaster of an emotional ride. Again, the subtitles were unusually easy to follow while watching the movie.
The setting, this time around, is a hospital. Again reminiscent of the Halloween circa 's movies. And yet again, the acting is superb, the special effects blood etc were very well done without going overboard into shock territory.
The pacing even better in this second movie. Very rare do we see the second installment even better then the first, but I agree with most other viewers who liked this one even better!
Norway has really come thru for us fans who enjoy this type of horror. Excellently done and highly recommended! JohnFilmfreak 12 October Within the first 10 minutes of Fritt Vilt 2, you'll understand who'll survive, who'll die, and in what order.
Within that same time, you'll also be really sick and tired of all the tedious "fake scares" accompanied by loud sound effects. If you're unlucky enough to have been dragged along to watch this at the cinema, you'll most likely also understand that the average age of the other people in the audience is about There are some OK moments in Fritt Vilt 2, a few laughs, and almost a tiny bit of nudity, but alas its all halfhearted.
At the end of the movie, you'll be left with nothing but disappointment, but hey, wasn't that also quite predictable of a slasher movie sequel from Norway?
Having seen the first film of the series, I was really looking forward to this one. Fritt Vilt should definitely be remembered as Norway's lead Slasher though I haven't had any chance to see any other Norwegian Horror films.
Instead of writing this review as I usually like to, separating the good from the bad, I've decided this time to write my thoughts in the chronological order they've occurred.
First of all - Cold Prey 2 picked up pretty much exactly where Cold Prey ended, and was an actual sequel, rather than a film that only used the same location or same slasher.
It even used the same surviving girl from the first film. A very good thing in my opinion! Unfortunately, something about her hair was different.
There is just enough backstory on the killer to make things a little interesting, but it by no means detracts from the story as it often does when we go to the "origin well".
Indgrid Bolso Berdal does a nice job reprising her role as Jannicke. She looks adequately vulnerable and shaken after the events of part one, but she steps up as a believable enough badass when she has to be.
And Robert Folling is a good presence as the killer, despite not really getting any lines or even much of a character to speak of. Regardless, he has a good look and is shot to be a massive, imposing character.
In some ways, it's almost a detriment - it's hard to believe anyone could take him out The setting is what really sealed the deal for me.
The soon-to-be-closed hospital is a good spot for a little killing spree - not decrepit by any means, but still dreary and empty enough to work.
There are lots of places for would be victims to run and hid, and the fact that there is still some equipment and drugs floating around doesn't hurt.
Although when the killer finds an old pickaxe laying around it does test the film's credibility a bit. You also get a fair amount of outdoor action.
Even though it can be pretty desolate looking at times, there's no denying that the snow-covered landscape is beautiful. And there's not all that many horror films that take place in the deep, deep snow.
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Mats Stenberg Director. Thomas Moldestad Screenwriter. Martin Sundland Screenwriter. Roar Uthaug Screenwriter. Magne Lyngner Executive Producer.
Martin Sundland Executive Producer. Thomas Loberg Executive Producer. Magnus Beite Original Music. Anders Flatland Cinematographer.
July 9, Rating: B Full Review…. December 24, Full Review…. April 3, Rating: 3. View All Critic Reviews 3. Jul 14, As well polished as the original, this sequel is highly entertaining but like it's former franchise starter, it doesn't hold any novelty or surprises to be had.
It just looses some points for the last 10 mins being overly silly. Francisco G Super Reviewer. Mar 29, Sequel to Cold Prey is a pretty good follow up, continuing where the first left off, this entry is a good film, but one that could have been improved upon.
The first Cold Prey brought back the best elements of the Slasher film, while adding atmosphere and tension. While maintaining some key elements that made the first film what it was, this follow up manages to be thrilling and tense, but there could have been a few improvements here and there to make it a better film.
The lack of truly original material on-screen is to be expected from this genre of horror. Luckily despite its imperfections, this follow up to Cold Prey still has plenty of effective bone chilling moments to appeal to the viewer.
The film takes a different approach in terms of plot, and it is quite interesting to see where the filmmakers take the story.
What separates this follow up from others is that though it uses the same old formula, the filmmakers at least try to create something new with the material while retaining everything that you'd expect.
Despite its weak bits, there are still plenty of tense moments that will keep you on the edge of your seat from start to finish. Like Hatchet II, Cold Prey II manages to reuse the formula executed from the first film, and add to it, to make it a worthwhile movie to watch.
Just when you'd think that the filmmakers have stretched the genre into every possible angle, they came up with this. Not a perfect film, but one that manages to still thrill and entertain you, compared to many other films that just fails due to the fact that Hollywood only is interested in remaking classics.
Cold Prey 2 delivers and is a fine follow up to a modern Slasher classic. Alex r Super Reviewer. Aug 04, Moral of the story: Sometimes you give free healthcare to serial killers in a socialist country, healthcare shouldn;t be for free.