A film student who is obsessed with the movie Grave Encounters sets out with his friends to visit the psychiatric hospital depicted in the original film.

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John Poliquin

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The Vicious Brothers, Stuart Ortiz (as The Vicious Brothers) | 2 more credits »
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Jennica Fulton Jennica Fulton ... Vlogger
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Francisco Passuelo Francisco Passuelo ... Vlogger
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Mike Holtz Mike Holtz ... Vlogger
Calvin Walantus Calvin Walantus ... Vlogger
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Brandon Christensen Brandon Christensen ... Vlogger
Tessa Paige Bildstein Tessa Paige Bildstein ... Vlogger
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For people who don't believe the events of Grave Encounters (2011).Grave Encounters, film student Alex Wright is out to prove them wrong. Alex is as obsessed with the first film as the 20 million people who viewed its viral trailer on YouTube. While he and his friends research the events and visit the real psychiatric hospital depicted in the original film, they find themselves face-to-face with unspeakable evil, banking on the hope that their knowledge of the original film will help them survive the sequel. Written by Production

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Fear Is Just a Word. Reality Is Much Worse.

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Horror | Mystery

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When Alex enters the studio in attempt to interrogate the filmmakers behind the Grave Encounters movie, the date on the security camera shows the date is November 31st, 2011. The month of November actually has 30 days. See more »

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Alex Wright: So you admit it, the footage is real
Jerry Hartfield: Yeah, every last frame of it. Except for a few cheap visual effects that we added at the last minute.
Alex Wright: I guess I just don't understand why you did it.
Jerry Hartfield: Listen, when I first saw those tapes, I was scared to death. You understand? I mean, I even thought about destroying them. But after all the settlements I was close to bankruptcy, and so... I had an idea. Why not release it as a film? You know maybe we can recoup some of our losses. And it worked great. They ...
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After the credits roll, there is a short scene with Tessa and Jennifer in the dorm room discussing the events of the party. See more »


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Pick Me Up
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Written by Farshad Edalat, Anthony Dolhai, Zachary Yerxa and Ajay Bhattacharyya
Performed by Dirty Radio
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Okay I guess?
1 October 2012 | by DouglobackiSee all my reviews

I think the fact it's a sequel really hurt the movie, but then again the movie wouldn't exist without the first one. First off you must know going into this I knew what to expect, a "found footage" horror film sequel. Though I enjoy both types of movie those two combined just doesn't sound too great (except REC1 and REC2.. REC3 was an abomination). I got what I expected and was alright with it.

The Bad: Normally movies in this category if not always have acting rated a C (normal) which is fine. I'll give the acting here a C-, it wasn't on par but not bad enough to make the movie experience dreadful The plot really struggled to connect with the first movie, and the movie's own plot was good but poorly executed. The characters were not likable and showed no growth but I think I could say that for every 'found footage' film. Some of the scares were the same from the first movie which took away from the surprise factor. I could foresee a lot of what was going to happen just based of the first movie but I guess when you're basically recreating the same film that happens. The characters make stupid choices which always bothers me though

The Good: It wasn't terrible? Some of the scares were creepy nothing to dramatic. In the end I got what I expected, an alright found footage film and a probably 'worse than the first' sequel.

Conclusion: If you're bored yeah I'd suggest it.

Who should watch it: Grave Encounters Fan? Sure. Found footage fans? Sure. Horror fans? Maybe. None of the above? No.


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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 October 2012 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Grave Encounters 2 See more »

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Budget:

$1,400,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$1,552,486
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1.78 : 1
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