For everyone else who has at least half a brain — just say no. He pretty much contaminates everyone and everything he runs into. Our review of the film was mixed but positive, basically praising the director, actress Hilary Duff, and the cinematography; but, we were not certain we fully understood the intention of the film itself. Besides showing the same symptoms as Samantha, most of the people Riley loved the most were infected by his virus, especially his grandmother, Margie, Harper and finally his pregnant sister, Brenda at the credit scene. Riley and Harper are quarantined at the hospital.
Her condition worsening, Harper pulls out her own eye. Director Josh Forbes actually does a good job of moving the story along, if nothing else, C2 moves quickly. These scenes are filmed so effectively that viewers will feel vicariously relieved, particularly when Riley applies rubbing alcohol or surgical forceps to marks that eventually cover his entire body. James comes home to find his pregnant wife Brenda transforming. It turns out after he had sexual intercourse with them and immediately injected the pathogen virus into their bodies before sending them home.
But in the meantime, the virus keeps spreading while the plague's original carrier is still on the loose. Day 3 — After attacking her mother in the middle of the street, Samantha Williams is shot in the head and brought to the morgue for an autopsy. Harper dies and reanimates inside her body bag. . He makes so much money doing this that he needs do nothing else with his life but he was also asked to be a co-host of the Horror News Radio podcast last year as well.
He turns out to be immune to the virus and continues to spread the virus to other victims like Samantha, and other four missing women whom he randomly selected by the street. The only different is that Riley does go to see the doctor again at his house but he ignores him when the doctor tells him to go to the hospital. The film had its world premiere on July 5, 2015 at the. Taking place right where Contracted left off, Contracted: Phase 2 is the latest example of a needless sequel that pretty much craps all over the original film. None of this makes any logical sense, and it completely ruins the vibe that the first Contracted film worked very hard to establish. Contracted Phase 2 Samantha sufre una misteriosa enfermedad degenerativa.
One-note characters suffer the same symptoms that Samantha did in the last film, but never at the same length, nor the same kinds of psychological hang-ups. Instead, they divide their time between mocking the vanity of Riley's pregnant, self-help-book-writing sister Brenda Laurel Vale , and explaining B. Riley only comes to life whenever he's picking at various little wounds all over his body. Posted on Author Filmmaker David Cronenberg is synonymous with the body horror subgenre, and one of his earliest effort is Rabid 1977 , a tale of the unintended consequences of experimental plastic surgery. Furthermore, as the highly contagious disease devours his feeble flesh, desperate Riley must try to locate the original patient zero throughout the city of Los Angeles with the intention to find a cure, while at the same time, a driven detective is after him. He is soon asked to give evidence in the investigation of Sam murdering various characters in the previous film and despite being a suspect, he is allowed to leave on the promise that he will provide the police with any information about a man seen with Sam at a party.
Day 6 — Riley wakes at home. Shaun Aaron Ward is viciously bullied by fellow student Kris Charlie Venables. Mind you, this all happens directly in front of his brother in law, who says nothing at all. Plot Riley Mercer is still recovering from the events at the end of previous film and he decides to go to the doctor having seen what happened to Sam. When at-home nurse Harper comes to check on his ailing grandmother Margie, Riley invites Harper to accompany him to a memorial service for Alice being held by his sister Brenda. The doctor gives him a full bill of health, and Riley breathes a huge sigh of relief.
It also follows all of the supporting characters from the first film that you you never needed to learn more about. Riley and Harper go for a drink after the service. Samantha sees a fast resolution to her doomed devolution and the plot picks up with her male friend Riley carrying the contagion with an equally befuddling disregard for commonwealth concerns and personal wellbeing. While that's going on, Riley's grandma Margie and Margie's care-giver Harper struggle to come to the plot's foreground. The movie was directed by , based on a script written by Craig Walendziak, and , who wrote and directed the first film. He has been writing for Horrornews.
As it stands Contracted: Phase 2 pretty much jumps the proverbial shark, and it assumes that the people watching it are stupid enough to want to care about a third film. He goes to see the doctor but is given the all clear by the doctor. That is to say nothing of his conscious complicity in subsequently exposing his grandmother, sister, brother-in-law, love interest, clients, co-workers, and everyone else he comes into contact with, even after confirming he has contracted a necrotic virus that killed four people. People literally talk to him while his mouth is caked over with the black vomit that he spews out every few hours. But rather than tell the doctor about this, he says nothing. At this point Riley starts feeling very guilty as he knows who it was as he saw them together, and after a bit of research and remembering, he provides details to the police of the car he saw Sam getting into on the night of the party. In one amazingly stupid scene, Riley is sitting in a examination room with a disgusting piece of his fingernail embedded in a really gnarly wound on his back.
Riley, una de las últimas personas en entrar en contacto con Samantha, buscará a los responsables de la aparición de esta enfermedad altamente contagiosa no solo consuma su cuerpo, sino el mundo tal y como lo conocemos. There is no finer example of this than a hefty section of the opening fifteen minutes being flashbacks to the first film. Riley's unconvincing transformation into a vengeance-seeking alpha-male is disappointing because Riley isn't much of a character to begin with. Better bring in Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee to save the planet! He thinks they are all jealous of him anyway. A fun family tree of independent horror extends branches every which way in the cast, too. He has been writing for Horrornews.