Nekromantik 2

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A German necrophiliac feels torn between her living boyfriend and the corpse of her dead ex in the follow-up to Nekromantik, Jorg Buttgereit's transgressive sex horror debut. Monika M (taking over for Beatrice Manowski) plays Betty, whose former lover, Rob (Daktari Lorenz), committed spectacular erotic suicide after she abandoned him capriciously in the previous film. Digging up Rob's corpse and making love to it in her home, Betty nonetheless stumbles into a more conventional romance with Mark (Mark Reeder), who makes his living providing sound effects for porn films. Alarmed by Betty's insistence that he remain perfectly motionless during sex, Mark considers leaving his paramour -- especially after finding Rob's withered penis in the refrigerator and witnessing Betty and her girlfriends watching videos of animal cruelty just for kicks. Betty, meanwhile, dismembers Rob's corpse but saves the head, setting the stage for another of Buttgereit's over-the-top finales. Although Lorenz, star of the original Nekromantik, appears only in flashbacks, the actor/composer did provide music for Nekromantik 2. Monika M would re-team with her director for 1994's Schramm. ~ Brian J. Dillard, Rovi

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  • ...as Nekromantik 2 follows Monika's obsessive pursuit of her love for a corpse, it also catches us viewers out in our own perverse one-way relationship with cinema: a compulsive fetish for mummified movie remains.

    January 16, 2018 | Full Review…
  • From a filmmaking standpoint Jrg Buttgereit's potent stab at transgressive cinema is more in line with the early films of John Waters or David Cronenberg than with the litany of directors associated with torture porn movies of the "Saw" franchise ilk.

    February 3, 2015 | Rating: A- | Full Review…
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    November 27, 2002 | Rating: B- | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Nekromantik 2

  • Jan 24, 2013
    Jörg Buttgereit has created a sequel to his schlock fest Nekromantik. With this one, he explores the same tasteless ideas that have made the first one such a controversial film. Pushing the boundaries of good taste yet again, Buttgereit recycles idea from his first shameful movie and tries to create something new. The only problem is, is that this is still a dreadful piece of reprehensible trash that never should have existed in the first place. The sequel is nothing new, and doesn't add anything more to the "story" of the first. This is still the same thing, and pushes the envelope just for the sake of disturbing the audience. If you've seen the first one, then you've seen this one. This film isn't worth your time, and it a poor attempt at Exploitation cinema. This was awful the first time around, why would it be good the second time around? Exploitation films tend to go in bad taste department with extremely low budgets, controversial plotlines, excessive gore and violence, but this one goes beyond that. There is not a single redeeming factor about this film; it is disgusting, vile and repulsive. If you're looking for effective shock, look elsewhere. You won't find anything of value here. This is a sloppily crafted film that just reeks of bad taste. There is nothing new here, just the same old crap we've seen before, and with that said, and it is definitely not worth your time. This depravity at its lowest and I can't believe that people consider this a good film. This is an exercise in shock pure and simple and the director simply wanted to push the envelope and he did that, but in doing that he didn't create anything that has any entertainment value. The film was horrible and it is one of the most disturbing and sickening films that I have seen. Avoid like the first film, and if critics think that mainstream Slasher films are in poor taste I wonder what they would think of this one and its predecessor.
    Alex r Super Reviewer
  • Dec 29, 2012
    Oh Gosh, they actually made a sequel out of this? The sequel has better editing but the acting was way worse than the first film. It's still extremely grotesque and disturbing, not for anyone's liking for sure. Many flaws could be found but we could actually have some more understanding of necrophilliacs this time.
    Sylvester K Super Reviewer
  • May 14, 2010
    Ahh, another crapfest from German shizamaster Jörg Buttgereit. Thank God for whoever invented the FF button.
    A.D. V Super Reviewer
  • Sep 03, 2007
    The first "Nekromantik" is one of my favorite underground horror films. Although "Nekromantik 2" is shot beautifully and has some really good gore scenes, it just doesn't have the punch that the first one did. There are many scenes that are long and drawn-out and detract from the pace of the film. Some scenes seem like they don't belong in the film at all. There are some genuinely funny scenes that are good for a laugh, and definitely some strong gore that rivals the first "Nekromantik", but I found myself checking my watch too often. Buttgereit and crew could have easily shaved a half hour off this film and made it a more sleek and streamlined film, but being that Buttgereit seemed to have a bigger budget this time, it appears he wanted to spend it on filming as much footage as possible, not always to the benefit of the viewer. Still a decent experience and definitely worth checking out for the extreme horror enthusiasts, and the ending is suitably matched to the first film
    Cassandra M Super Reviewer

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