Contracted Phase IIThe movie follows Riley when he is searching for a cure to the sexually transmitted virus ravaging LA and turning lovers into flesh-eating zombies that took over Samantha before it consumes him and the entire world.
Actors of "Contracted Phase II"
Characters of "Contracted Phase II"
Directors of "Contracted Phase II"Josh Forbes
Creators of "Contracted Phase II"Craig Walendziak
Critic Reviews of "Contracted Phase II"Philadelphia InquirerSeptember 10, 2015
Phase II has some nice comic touches, but it's a forgettable B-movie.VarietySeptember 09, 2015
A fatal new STD furthers its grip on Los Angeles in this uninspired body-horror sequel.RogerEbert.comSeptember 04, 2015
It resolves all of the questions you never needed answered. It also follows all of the supporting characters from the first film that you you never needed to learn more about.Los Angeles TimesSeptember 03, 2015
Rarely do zombie movies seem more desperate.New York TimesSeptember 03, 2015
Start stocking up now on the Pepto-Bismol.Hollywood ReporterSeptember 02, 2015
It's all as ridiculous as it sounds, with only the occasional attempts at dark humor providing saving graces. Genre fans, at least, should be satiated by the copious amount of gore and viscera on display.Bloody DisgustingApril 07, 2017
Contracted felt like a first act to a movie, while Phase II feels like the second. Thankfully (*big, sarcastic sigh*), Phase II sets up a Phase III, giving us the grand finale we are so desperately (are we?) seeking.South China Morning PostApril 06, 2016
Poor writing and shaky performances, punctuated only occasionally by serviceable moments of gross-out horror, make this an entirely missable enterprise destined for iTunes obscurity.We Got This CoveredSeptember 06, 2015
In a film that opts for gross-out gags over scares, Contracted: Phase II feels like a rushed stepping-stone towards bigger things to come if the franchise is to continue onward towards (disgusting) glory.NerdistSeptember 05, 2015
A passable sequel that earns points for trying to expand upon its predecessor, even if it takes a little while to get to the new stuff.ScreenAnarchySeptember 04, 2015
amidst all of this baroque, busy plotting and tonal volatility, the film loses the subtlety of characterisation that infected the original film.Film Journal InternationalSeptember 01, 2015
Impressively light on its feet given that it's slogging through the twists and turns of a plot heavy on maggots, gore and rotting flesh.
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