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Second Official Poster for Grave Encounters 2

Chris Savage 2 Comments Movie Page: Grave Encounters 2 [Limited]

There is one film I am still meaning to see and that is Grave Encounters. I’ve heard such great things, I really should check it out. But, if you have seen it and you’re a fan, then its pretty safe to say that you’re pumped for the sequel. So below we have scored the second official poster for Grave Encounters 2 courtesy of B-D.

The film is directed by John Poliquin and is expected to hit VOD this October 2nd, which is then followed by a theatrical release.

Synopsis: “While researching the events depicted in the original film and the subsequent disappearance of its lead ”actor” Sean Rogerson, Alex Wright received a bizarre video from a mysterious blogger named “DeathAwaits666.” Appearing to show Rogerson still alive but trapped inside the Collingwood Psychiatric Hospital from GRAVE ENCOUNTERS, Alex and his friends agree to meet the blogger at the infamous hospital in hopes of learning what really happened. To their horror, they quickly find themselves face-to-face with unspeakable evil. Realizing that they must be smarter and faster than Rogerson and his crew to avoid suffering the same fate, they use their knowledge of the original film to do whatever it takes to survive.

Second Official Poster for Grave Encounters 2

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      1. Maxwell Dean September 27, 2012 at 9:31 pm

        This looks almost exactly like the poster for the first Quarintine

      2. Rafizan Randzan September 28, 2012 at 3:04 am

        Hi,

        Wow! Maxwell Dean was right. That is QUARANTINE 1 right there. And that tagline. That was a Sam Neill line from EVENT HORIZON. Of course he said “Hell” instead of fear.

        God bless, Rafizan.