dead snow 2: red vs. dead
9. Dead Snow 2: Red vs. Dead
Although it featured one of my favorite onscreen deaths of all time, Tommy Wirkola’s Dead Snow was just a better than average zombie comedy. Dead Snow 2: Red vs. Dead, on the other hand, is something else entirely, with a gore-to-laughs ratio as high as anything else in 2014. Sole human survivor Martin (Vegar Hoel) unwittingly gets a zombie’s arm grafted onto his body, which gives him just enough corpse power to take on zombie survivor Herzog (Ørjan Gamst) and his undead Nazi army… with the help of some American fanatics, of course, as Martin Starr, Jocelyn DeBoer and Ingrid Haas show up for hit-or-miss comic relief. (I’ll watch Starr in anything, especially when he’s in torso-destroying mode like this.) The story isn’t revolutionary, but Wirkola’s perpetual one-upping of the action scenes in this sequel more than makes up for it.

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