Seed 2: The New Breed (2014)

Horror, Thriller
Natalie Scheetz, Nick Principe, Caroline Williams, Christa Campbell
Coming back from her bachelor party in Las Vegas, Christine and her friends are driving through the hot desert of Nevada. But they are not alone - serial killer Max Seed is back and he brought the whole family.
  • 25 Jul 2014 Released:
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Total rubbish1/10
I never write reviews but I had to on this one because I am actually a fan of uwe boll's work he has gotten better over the years and can make a half decent movie thesedays, but why did he let his production company or him himself let them make this incoherent garbage it was thrown up all over the place going back and forth for no reason whatsoever the special effects were just lame and the story made no sense whatsoever. At least the first one had a story and was a brutal movie which made you squeamish in the stomach. Avoid this at all costs. Also whoever wrote the positive review of this movie has to of had some part of this movie as no one in their right mind would find anything positive in this movie.
Can not get worse than this2/10
So this is the first review I will write for a movie that I watched. I have seen 'Seed 2' at a Saarbrucken Film Festival and could not believe that this movie could be worse than Uwe Bolls'Seed'. The story is very unoriginal and stole from other movies left and right. The acting is horrible amateur with Caroline Williams and Nik Principe as the only exceptions. Caroline Williams acting is great as always. Very sad that she and Nik Principe accepted to be in this movie. Christa Campbell overacted but looked hot like sex films. Nathalie Scheet did not do much or could not do much just like Annika Strauss. Manoush seemed bored or tired and did not try either.The camera work is amateurish and the all over look of the movie is cheap. They say here in IMDb that they had a budget 1,2 Million which in my opinion is a lie. Watch the movie and you will see they hardly spend more than 50000 on it. You can find the movie for free in torrents so you will not have to spend any money for it. Marcel Wals as I see here in the IMDb is a very young director. Hope for him that he learn to make movies because this one is a complete wrack. Can not recommend this.
Germany - Zero points1/10
The first Seed Movie by Uwe Boll was already pretty bad but compared to this waste of resources even Seed 1 seems like pure genius. Everything about this movie looks like a student project. The opening scene introduces us to bad acting, bad writing and timing and starts the movie with a calculated provocative scene that immediately falls flat on its face.

After that you are basically treated to half an hour of boredom, incredibly bad acting from the female leads and dialog and a "plot" that is so blatantly ripped off a hundred other movies and re-invented in the most annoying way possible that I really wonder if many make it more than 20 minutes into this "movie". So you have a van full of bad acting chicks driving through the desert, picking up hitchhikers, meeting a bored police woman acting even worse than everyone else... and then they die. Sometimes it looks like they wanted to go for a "Hills have eyes" style... but after all its just shots of the desert and a guy in a mask killing chicks.

The camera work is mediocre (still the best about the movie), the sound mixing is off with several characters far too hard to understand, the choice of music is bad, the editing is uneven and forced, the storytelling and dialog are childish (must have been written on a bus ride or something) and even the only thing that could make this a little watchable looks cheap and unrealistic.... the FX. Usually German horror movies suck at almost everything but deliver some decent FX. Seed delivers absolutely NOTHING.

Avoid at any cost.
Normally a sequel to an Uwe Boll movie that isn't directed by Uwe Boll can be counted on to be at least a slight improvement on the original film--but Seed 2: The New Breed is the exception. This movie is so dreadful it actually makes Boll look good, sort of.

Fans of the original Seed, if there are any, will likely be disappointed that this seems to have virtually nothing to do with the original film. Actually, it feels more like an unofficial Hills Have Eyes sequel than a follow up to Seed.

Seed 2: The New Breed appears to have been shot on digital video, really badly. Most of the film looks ugly and over-bright. The acting and dialog are beyond bad. The movie is clearly meant to be transgressive and disturbing (the opening scene involves a gun barrel being shoved between a squealing young woman's thighs) but the movie is simply too incompetent to make an impact beyond inspiring a strong desire to turn it off.
Not clever1/10
Seed is back, who'd have thunk it? Everybody? Yes OK, so they always come back and I am guessing you have watched the first one. Though even if you haven't, it's not really necessary (yes there is a connection, one you might guess anyway, but let's leave it at that). The movie tries to be clever, with its time-line jumping, but it's not working at all. Quite the opposite is the case.

Also having a disturbing scene twice (at the beginning and later in the movie) played out almost entirely, is not clever, but trying to make a movie longer than it actually is. Something that is really weak and shows that there was very little to start with. The main idea was not that good anyway. And the one naked blood covered female should not change your opinion on this movie ... unless it makes even worse that is, but that's not really possible. And while the first Boll directed (this is not his movie folks!) had more than a couple of issues, it tried to say something. This on the other hand ....