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  • Format: AC-3, DTS Surround Sound, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Seville Pictures
  • Release Date: Sept. 20 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00546030M
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #39,821 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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The game of cat-and-mouse is on as Chromeskull’s assistant, Preston (Brian Austin Green, Desperate Housewives), scrambles to tie up the loose ends left behind after his deranged boss’s last killing spree. He finds that he likes taking care of business—maybe a little too much. One bloody mess leads to another and the bodies pile up in a visual feast of the most spectacular kills ever filmed. Thomas Dekker (A Nightmare on Elm Street), Danielle Harris (Hatchet II), and Owain Yeoman (The Mentalist), also star in the most brutal slasher film of the year. Chromeskull is back with a vengeance!

There is no question that Chromeskull, the killer from the first Laid to Rest movie, is angry; he's got a chrome mask painfully fused to his cranium, for starters, which could explain a lot of bad humor. In this sequel, Chromeskull has more victims to torment and a vast new array of ways to do his badness. Speaking of which, let's just jump to the film's main calling card: director Robert Hall, an accomplished make-up and F/X man, has devised some of the grisliest, most stomach-churning make-up effects in the slasher genre. If you've ever wondered what's inside a human head, this film will provide repeated viewings for your consideration. This gruesomeness is occasionally interrupted by a remarkably flimsy plot, the best of which features 90210 alum Brian Austin Green as Chromeskull's Igor character, an egotistical lackey who gets a little above his station (hint: when you submit yourself to a painful Chromeskull tattoo, you've lost perspective on your job). Green seems to be enjoying himself, which is more than you can say for the other folks wandering through this sadistic cleave-fest. --Robert Horton

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Format: Blu-ray
i remember liking the first laid to rest movie because the kills were so over the top that they had me cheering. so for the second one i was definatly looking forward to that however the movie comes off as quite boring and none of the kills besides maybe one were as over the top as in the origonal. I also didnt really find anything at all memorable from this installment either so all in all it was a bit of a let down, with that said however you could definatly get way worse horror movies out there and you wouldnt be absolulty dissapointed if you picked up chromeskull, you just probably wont be totaly satisfied.
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By KEN FROST on June 25 2013
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You thought Chromeskull was dead? Thanks to a crack team of surgeons, he's back to wreak havoc on a new set of innocents! HAHA The only problem is that his assistant has taken it upon himself to take over Chromeskull's legacy, and Chromeskull is pissed! See what happens when the two tangle in a fight to the death that will keep you tied to your seat.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Not as good as the first but not bad Aug. 16 2011
By Dayna Newman/Slasher Diva - Published on
Format: Blu-ray
I had the highest of hopes for this sequel seeing as I loved the first installment.
Chromeskull'Laid To Rest 2' was confusing and muddled and completely wasted the talents of Danielle Harris by casting her in a role that was unnecessary and coma like in dialogue and acting.

One bright spot in the movie would be the gore and gore effects.They were done really well,not as well as the first but pretty close although they were abundant.
Also actress 'Brianne Davis' was great in her role as a nearly blind girl and 'damsel in distress',she was another bright spot.
Brian Austin Green was in my opinion another disappointment.His acting was lackluster and his performance added nothing to the film,an unknown with good acting skills would have served better.

The last 30 minutes really picked up and got me interested . Before that I was just going through the motions of watching and hoping it would get better or make more sense.
The ending was somewhat confusing but the very last scene was ironic and clever. If your a gore lover I strongly suggest you see it ,if you want a movie with really great concept and depth I suggest you see Stake land (which in my opinion includes Danielle Harris' best performance to date) or The Clinic.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By THE MOVIE GUY - Published on
Format: DVD
I will say I never saw the first movie. I was confused as this movie assumes that you did see the first installment. I was asking basic questions such as "Who is Chromeskull? Why is Chromeskull? Why does he kill? What is this organization behind him?" I felt behind and found myself going back through scenes to see if there was something I missed.

Once I got over that, I have to ask...Seriously. If you are going to kidnap someone, wouldn't you think about checking them for a cell phone before you lock them up?
The cops have various clues and leads and are hunting down Chromeskull as he, or I should say his slightly inept apprentice, prepares his next victim.

If you watched the first one, and made it through 5 or so Saw movies, you don't need to be reading reviews, you know you are going to watch it anyway. If you haven't seen the first one, I would recommend watching it before attempting to watch this one.

F-bomb, shower nudity.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By Anthony J. Cooney - Published on
Format: DVD
Overall a great movie much better then the first esp the acting in this one actually makes sense and doesn't sound like the actors are insane. I love how the story picks up from the first one and it explains chromeskull's back story. The Gore is much better then the first and does have alot of kills better then most horror movies now a days. Also I like how this is a NEW idea and not a remake like most of the horror movie are. Some people don't like Brian austin green ,but he fits the bill in this movie for the fact he is take care of chromeskull and fixing up all the loose ends It's nice to see he plays a role where he can be the nice guy then this insane whack job who loves to kill. The special features are good esp the bloopers and the making of the movie. Can't wait for part 3.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
so-so at best Oct. 9 2011
By MarySch - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I have seen the first movie, and it was quite good for a slasher flick. This movie however, was mostly a drawn out mess. It took way too long to really get to the good stuff, and Brian Austen Greene was just a little too over the top in this. If you just love the gory stuff then you'll like this, it has plenty. It doesn't, however, deliver on scares. It was kind of boring, and the whole "organization" angle didn't really add anything to the story. Overall, just okay.
solid slashing action on both counts March 8 2014
By Hemorrhaging Orifice - Published on
Format: DVD
OK so I'm reviewing both the first and second in one they are quite similar to one another.
In the first LTR we have a woman with amnesia who is attacked by a man in a mask and manages to run off.
She is then picked up by a stranger on the road who brings her to his house,,, and from there the story sets off.
There is no explanation as to why the killer is doing what he is doing nor why does he where the mask nor why does he film all his murders with a camcorder attached to his shoulder.
But who cares because without him there's no movie.
Both movies have flaws in them...some flaws are inherent to slasher movies and so we expect them and through years have come to except them.
For example the terrifying killer in these movies is a slow walker he makes Terry Fox or Robocop appear downright speedy.
Seriously, a ticked off thirteen year old with a baseball bat or golf club could take him out no problem...first take out a knee and then go for the head.
Although not immortal like Jason, this guy can take some punishment...eye gets stabbed out, gets shot multiple times to the chest, stabbed in the back of the neck multiple times and shruggs that off no problem, and finally rips off his own face and then gets his head bashed in with a metal baseball bat.
He never speaks...only through texting and there is absolutely no explanation to his motives.
Also in the second one like in most movies the police are painted as absolute morons...sending a lone detective to investigate an area where they
strongly believe their killer maybe hiding alone, not realizing that they haven't heard from her in awhile...not calling for back-up when they should...letting one of their witnesses be kidnapped by a moron in their own police station...and finally having the worst reflexes in history...when you're a cop looking for a killer and out of nowhere he shows up and knocks you on your ass then maybe just shoot him and forgo the warning.
All these are what I call standard crap for your standard slasher flick.
As a matter of fact this movie is downright standard in many ways.
They tried a twist in the second one where there's this whole organization that apparently works for Chromeskull...weaing full on business suits and everything... the main boss being played by Brian Austin Greene (Yay!!!!) (sarcasm) and his competitive colleague played by Danielle Harris.
I'm not sure why she is in this movie, her character was not all that important to the story. It seems that her name alone would attract attemtion and I can't help but feeling a little insulted as I'm not all that impressed with her as an actor...seriously for some bad acting on her part watch Hatchet 1 or 2.
Also they don't even try to explain why a bunch of people dressed as lawyers are helping a mute, mask wearing sociopath kill off anyone he wishes to.
What's the point of throwing in a none standard aspect of a slasher movie and not elaborating on it? It just made it more confusing for nothing.
The gore FX are the real stars of these two movies.
Easily some of the best I've ever seen and obviously the real reason for the making of these flicks.
That's all there is to it.
If you don't like alot of gore in your movies then stay away... on the other hand if you like gore to the point where you don't care that the story is retardedly shallow and really just a vehicle for the gory kills then these two treasures are for you so check them out.

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