Sinister 2 (engl. „unheilvoll“) ist ein erschienener Horrorfilm des amerikanischen Regisseurs Ciaran Foy und die Fortsetzung des Horrorfilms Sinister aus. inspa-senzokuike.com - Kaufen Sie Sinister II günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer vielseitigen. Filmwelt Grünstadt - Von Ketteler Ring 14, Grünstadt: Sinister 2 | Aktuelles Kinoprogramm, Kino, Film- und Kino-Infos, Online-Tickets, News, Events und.
Die Filmstarts-Kritik zu Sinister 2Sinister 2. Die langerwartete Rückkehr des Bughuuls. Genre: Horror Regie: Ciaran Foy Mit: Shannyn Sossamon, James Ransone, Tate Ellington. Filmwelt Grünstadt - Von Ketteler Ring 14, Grünstadt: Sinister 2 | Aktuelles Kinoprogramm, Kino, Film- und Kino-Infos, Online-Tickets, News, Events und. Sinister 2 (engl. „unheilvoll“) ist ein erschienener Horrorfilm des amerikanischen Regisseurs Ciaran Foy und die Fortsetzung des Horrorfilms Sinister aus.
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Milo Jaden Klein Ted Laila Haley Emma Caden Marshall Fritz Peter Olivia Rainey Catherine Nicholas King Bughuul as Nick King Michael B. The Creeper as Michael Woods Tory O.
Edit Storyline In a farmhouse near a corn field where Ellison Oswait lived, the boy Dylan has nightmares and is visited by ghostly children led by the boy Mile.
Edit Did You Know? Trivia The camera featured in Sinister 2 is a 16mm Bolex camera. These cameras are much more annoying to operate than a super 8.
A 16mm camera was chosen over the super 8 from the first Sinister film, despite super 8 film being more recent than 16mm 16mm is 30 years older than super 8.
Many film students and art students worldwide, especially in Canada and Europe, still use 16mm for projects, whereas super 8 film is wanted mostly by nostalgic film enthusiasts and people making music videos.
Goofs at around 8 mins During the supermarket scene where Courtney and the boys were running out the building, Courtney tosses the car keys to Dylan but when the camera switches to outside the building, it's Zach who has the car keys and is able to start the ignition for Courtney.
Not Dylan, who was handed the keys. It wouldn't have been possible for Dylan to hand Zach the keys within that time. Crazy Credits At the end of the credits, you can hear static immediately followed by a short tune of a child playing a piano.
Similar to the piece heard on the Ham Radio during the movie. Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Report this. Frequently Asked Questions Q: Why was the Henry Hall song used in the trailer not used in the actual film?
Q: Do you need to see the first Sinister film to understand the second one? Q: Who is Ellison Oswalt? Edit Details Official Sites: Official Facebook Official site.
Country: USA UK Canada. Language: English. Runtime: 97 min. Sound Mix: Dolby Digital. Color: Color. Edit page.
Clear your history. Courtney Collins. Dylan Collins as Robert Sloan. Milo and the other children coerce Dylan to watch " home movies " of families being murdered in various savage ways, such as being eaten alive by alligators, buried alive up to their necks in the snow on Christmas Day, and being electrocuted in a kitchen.
A former sheriff's deputy, now a private investigator, is researching the murders connected to Bughuul and burning down the homes where each murder took place before another family can move into them, including the house where Ellison Oswalt and his family were murdered.
He arrives at the farmhouse to destroy it, but realizes Courtney and her sons are living there. He tells Courtney he is there to investigate the church on the property where a gruesome murder of a minister and his family took place.
Clint, Courtney's estranged husband, shows up at the farmhouse with the police to try to take the boys but leaves after the Deputy threatens them, warning them that they need a court order.
The Deputy reveals that he was arrested as a suspect for the murder of the Oswalts, but was cleared of the charge, and he was fired from the police for releasing classified information to Ellison.
Courtney wants to leave with the boys, but the Deputy advises her not to, knowing that each of the murders connected to Bughuul occurred only after the families had left the homes where the previous murders had occurred.
Courtney invites him to stay, and the two develop a budding romance. The Deputy meets with a professor who has come into possession of a ham radio that belonged to Professor Jonas from the previous film, who has mysteriously disappeared.
The professor said the ham radio first belonged to a Norwegian family who was murdered in He plays a recording of a young girl screaming, "Bughuul can't hear me over your yelling, Mom!
The Deputy deduces that Bughuul exclusively targets the children of the families, and orders the professor to destroy the ham radio.
Zach becomes jealous of the ghost children who visit Dylan, and insists on having their attention, but Milo rejects him.
The children show Dylan the video of the church murders, which are revealed to be done by Milo. He then put metal bowls over the rats and placed hot coals on top of the bowls, which forced the rats to escape by eating through the victims.
After Dylan refuses to watch the last movie, the children turn their attention to Zach and abandon Dylan, saying he is not their real target.
Clint arrives with the court order and Courtney is forced to leave with Zach and Dylan. The Deputy drives to Clint's home to warn them about the danger, but Clint beats him up.
The next day, Zach, as directed by the ghost children, films the family playing golf. That night, Dylan contacts the Deputy for help.
Courtney, Dylan, and Clint are drugged and hung on scarecrow posts with sacks over their heads in the cornfield. A possessed Zach lights Clint on fire and films him as he burns to death.
Just as Zach is about to light Dylan on fire, the Deputy hits Zach with his car. He frees Courtney and Dylan and they flee into the cornfield.
However, Zach survived being hit and cuts off the fingers of the Deputy's left hand with a sickle. Inside the home, the ghost children try to help Zach find them.
Just as Zach is about to kill Courtney and Dylan, the Deputy manages to break the camera, thwarting Zach's home movie and breaking the cycle. Zach tries to find another camera, but he is shamed by the ghost children for failing to kill his family.
Without an object to influence living children and earn souls for Bughuul, they are now trapped in the spirit realm. Bughuul appears and places his hand on Zach's shoulder, causing Zach to decay and burst into flames.
The house catches on fire as the Deputy, Courtney, and Dylan escape. Robert Cargill Screenwriter. Jason Blum Producer.
Scott Derrickson Producer. Brian Kavanaugh-Jones Executive Producer. Charles Layton Executive Producer. Couper Samuelson Executive Producer.
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After the death of the Oswalt family a former deputy turned private investigator attempts to break Bughuul's cycle by burning down the houses of its victims to prevent him from cultivating new ones, but when he discovers a mother played by Shannyn Sossamon and her two sons living at a farmhouse that was one of the crime scenes he tries to find a way to save them before Bughuul can get to them.
The film makes the classic mistake of over-explaining by showing how children are corrupted and turned by Bughuul which is better left ambiguous.
Also, the child actors aren't that good, and the casting of twins who are similar looking as the two brothers makes things especially confusing and hard to follow.
Additionally, the retconning of Bughuul to having multiple killing cycles somehow takes away his mystic and diminishes the stakes of the battle for this one family.
Sinister 2 makes all the wrong moves and becomes just another cheesy horror sequel doing the same old thing. Dann M Super Reviewer. Feb 12, Here's the thing with the first Sinister, a movie that I actually enjoyed, everything was going really well.
The film was effective and the footage of the families being murdered while creepy music played in the background being the highlights of the film.
That ruined a really good movie, to me. I suppose the idea of children murdering their entire families in horrifying fashion has to be creepy, but it just didn't work for me in the slightest.
Everything in the first film seemed to be working in the real world and that is infinitely more creepy than any supernatural being they could come up with.
So this brings us to the sequel, which picks up where things left off despite not featuring any of the characters from the original film, with the obvious exception of the Deputy, who's now the lead.
Let us just say that the bloom is off the rose with this franchise. Hell, the bloom was off the rose by the end of the first movie.
A sequel that nobody really asked for. A sequel that, realistically, is inferior in pretty much every way, shape or form.
There's no other way to put it. I don't even know how that happens, but it did. The murder footage with the creepy music is back and, while it is the best part of the film, it just feels like regurgitating what came before without actually really trying to expand too much on what was done prior.
Though, to be fair, what exactly CAN you do to expand on the first film. They didn't really leave much room for growth or expansion.
I'm not saying that C. Robert Cargill or Scott Derrickson, who co-wrote the film, didn't try their hardest to make this film into a good one, but I'm just saying that perhaps, subconsciously, their hearts weren't as into this as it was for the first Sinister.
Maybe they conceived that as a one-and-done movie and not necessarily the start of a franchise. But you can just tell from watching the movie that there's no real life to the film, it's just words and actions on the screen.
There's no real meaning or reasoning to any of them. It exists just because it can, or because it was commissioned. The film has poorly written characters, acting is so-so Shannyn Sossamon pretty much hammed it up in some scenes and the film is littered with jump scares, which, again, and I say this a lot, is the laziest form of scaring people humanly possible.
Anyone can pull of a jump scare, but not a lot of people can actually pull off terrifying people down to their core.
You know the sad thing is the fact that, while this film was less commercially successful than the original, it still made more than five times its budget.
You know what that means, right? Another fucking sequel. It hasn't been confirmed or even hinted at, I think, but it wouldn't surprise me if we get one.
The problem lies in the fact that there's no real intrigue in the premise anymore. That intrigue was thrown away in the first film, when you find out what's really going on.
And they failed to get it back with the story they presented here. Not that I imagine that they were even trying to achieve that, but the film just isn't interesting to watch.
It's not awful, but it's terrible in that there's just nothing to really justify this film's existence, everything is exactly the same at the end as it was in the beginning.
So, essentially, everything that happened in this movie is moot point, because the demon will keep doing what he's doing. Which is what pisses me off about these 'it's not really over' endings, it's like nothing matters.
No matter what anyone does, it's gonna keep going on, so why the fuck do we keep making these goddamn sequels then?
This isn't the guiltiest of parties when it comes to this type of shit, but it's the straw that broke the camel's back. I can't recommend this movie, it's seriously one of the most uninspired sequels I have ever seen.
Real bad movie here. Jesse O Super Reviewer. Oct 24, A qualitative improvement over its predecessor, the sporadically bone-trembling Sinister 2 won't proselytize anyone who loathed the original but it's a step forward.
At this point, Blumhouse Productions has a monopoly on horror films in a calendar year. It doesn't replicate the formula of the original as much as it elaborates on it.
Now the paradigm shift is from the clueless parents to the actual brainwashed victims of Bughuul- the homicidal children. It's ghastly to witness the Pied Piper seduction of an innocent youth being indoctrinated by other child poltergeists into goosestepping with the boogeyman's bidding.
It preys on our fear of our offspring the same Stephen King attempted in Children of the Corn. The found-footage reels of the aforementioned murders are the integral components and they're the most inventively nerve-rattling ingredients as well.
An inverted alligator decapitation and a scarecrow-burning-in-effigy death are the prime cuts.
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