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    Monsters: Dark Continent

    Ten years on from the events of Monsters, and the ';Infected Zones'; have now spread worldwide. In the Middle East a new insurgency has begun. At the same time there has also been a proliferation of Monsters in that region. The Army decide to draft in more numbers to help deal with this insurgency.
    Duration: 119 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2014
    IMDb: 4.3
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  • Actors of "Monsters: Dark Continent"

  • Characters of "Monsters: Dark Continent"

    Frankie. Character of Monsters: Dark Continent
    Played by: Joe Dempsie
  • Directors of "Monsters: Dark Continent"

    Tom Green. Director of Monsters: Dark Continent
    Tom Green
  • Creators of "Monsters: Dark Continent"

    Tom Green. Director of Monsters: Dark Continent
    Tom Green
    Jay Basu. Director of Monsters: Dark Continent
    Jay Basu
  • Critic Reviews of "Monsters: Dark Continent"

    Time Out
    April 29, 2015

    A desert-set men-on-a-mission movie complete with jabbering jihadis, macho hysteria and the occasional extraterrestrial waving its tentacles in the background as if to say: 'Isn't this supposed to be about me?'

    Los Angeles Times
    April 16, 2015

    Although Edwards is onboard for the new "Monsters: Dark Continent" as an executive producer, the sequel bears no resemblance to his original, thematically or stylistically.

    AV Club
    April 16, 2015

    Plays like a dorm-room answer to modern war films, complete with the constant profanity and masculine hysterics that pass for impact in an immature script.

    Village Voice
    April 14, 2015

    It's taxing to watch, and Green moves between scenes with Malick-inspired ellipses, frustrating momentum.

    Hollywood Reporter
    April 13, 2015

    Whatever the filmmakers' subtextual intentions may be, the film certainly gets stronger and more compelling as it goes on, thanks in part to intense emoting on the part of its cast.

    October 13, 2014

    Not so much a sequel as another stultifying character drama set in a world overrun by aliens ...

    The Film Stage
    February 23, 2016

    Deprived of sympathetic characters, thrills, and Edwards' skilled touch, the film makes for a disappointing follow-up to some impressive sci-fi cinema.
    October 29, 2015

    Monsters are few and far between, and Dark Continent was an offensive name given to Africa by 19th century Europeans, so why exactly this film is called "Monsters: Dark Continent" is anyone's guess.

    Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN)
    May 15, 2015

    The evidence suggests director Tom Green is more a fan of Kathryn Bigelow and Terrence Malick than of Ray Harryhausen; that's not a bad thing, unless your Bigelow-influenced monster movie is pretentious and dreary.

    Observer (UK)
    May 04, 2015

    The sub-Apocalypse Now existential/colonial angst lacks any form of grounding, despite committed performances from the core cast who engage in much tooth-baring, breast-beating, and shouty soul-searching.

    Daily Express (UK)
    May 01, 2015

    A glum, ear-splitting rehash of familiar elements from The Hurt Locker and Saving Private Ryan with the slippery aliens as a side dish rather than a great threat.

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