Critters 2 (1988) 1080p YIFY Movie

Critters 2 (1988) 1080p

Critters 2 is a movie starring Scott Grimes, Liane Curtis, and Terrence Mann. Eggs of the small, furry alien carnivores are left behind on Earth and, after hatching, again set their appetites on the town of Grover's Bend.

IMDB: 5.42 Likes

  • Genre: Comedy | Horror
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.63G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 86
  • IMDB Rating: 5.4/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 1

The Synopsis for Critters 2 (1988) 1080p

A batch of unhatched critter eggs are mistaken for Easter eggs by the country-folk inhabitants of Grover's Bend and, before long, the ferocious furballs are on the rampage again.


The Director and Players for Critters 2 (1988) 1080p

[Director]Mick Garris
[Role:]Don Keith Opper
[Role:]Liane Curtis
[Role:]Scott Grimes
[Role:]Terrence Mann


The Reviews for Critters 2 (1988) 1080p


The boy who cried critter!...Reviewed byPaul Magne HaakonsenVote: 6/10

The furry space munchers are back in Grover's Bend...

"Critters 2" has a good storyline that is easy to follow and also serves as a great continuation of the storyline from the first movie. It is a combination of the events in the storyline and the detailed characters that makes the movie good.

It was nice to have Scott Grimes (playing Brad), Terrence Mann (playing Ug) and Don Keith Opper (playing Charlie) return to the sequel, which added a great sense of continuity to the movie. Furthermore, the movie also have Lin Shaye, Barry Corbin and Sam Anderson on the cast list, so if you have watched movies during the 1980s there is a good amount of familiar faces to be seen here. But in general, the casting was good and they had some nice talents appearing in the movie. And people were doing good jobs with their given roles and characters.

The pacing of "Critters 2" is fairly much the same as in the previous movie. However, it takes some twenty odd minutes before the movie starts to get up in gear. So taking 20 something minutes to set the atmosphere and build up the story was a bit tedious. Especially since we already am familiar with the concept of the critters from the first movie.

Some of the scenes were actually quite nice, especially when you had the critter's point of view of the surroundings and the world in which it was running around in, before it got squished.

The special effects team were doing a great job with their work on "Critters 2", and it was nice to see that they had given them more money, because the effects were definitely a notch up in comparison to the effects seen in the first movie. The critters are starting to look more interesting and more life-like.

There is a a good atmosphere to the movie, and the setting was good. And it worked out quite well with the specific style of cinematography and the work of director Mick Garris. There is a very "Gremlins 2" feel to this sequel with the increased comedy level of the movie. So if you like that or not is a matter of personal preference, of course. I did enjoy it.

The music score for "Critters 2" is quite good and it suits the movie and the atmosphere of the movie quite well. It is subtle enough to function as background music, yet still prominent enough to demand attention.

I must say that the critters design is really interesting, and I like it quite a lot. They are every bit as funny as they are ferocious. They looks like cuddly small creatures, but are in fact crazed feeding machines. But the design of the featureless bounty hunters is also quite interesting, and I especially like their shape-changing ability that allows them to mimic the appearance of others.

If you enjoyed the first "Critters" movie, then you will definitely also like the sequel. And like its predecessor, "Critters 2" is a wonderful mix of Sci-Fi, horror and comedy, with the introduction of more comedy compared to the previous movie.

The boy who cried critter!...Reviewed bypaul_haakonsenVote: 6/10

The furry space munchers are back in Grover's Bend...

"Critters 2" has a good storyline that is easy to follow and also serves as a great continuation of the storyline from the first movie. It is a combination of the events in the storyline and the detailed characters that makes the movie good.

It was nice to have Scott Grimes (playing Brad), Terrence Mann (playing Ug) and Don Keith Opper (playing Charlie) return to the sequel, which added a great sense of continuity to the movie. Furthermore, the movie also have Lin Shaye, Barry Corbin and Sam Anderson on the cast list, so if you have watched movies during the 1980s there is a good amount of familiar faces to be seen here. But in general, the casting was good and they had some nice talents appearing in the movie. And people were doing good jobs with their given roles and characters.

The pacing of "Critters 2" is fairly much the same as in the previous movie. However, it takes some twenty odd minutes before the movie starts to get up in gear. So taking 20 something minutes to set the atmosphere and build up the story was a bit tedious. Especially since we already am familiar with the concept of the critters from the first movie.

Some of the scenes were actually quite nice, especially when you had the critter's point of view of the surroundings and the world in which it was running around in, before it got squished.

The special effects team were doing a great job with their work on "Critters 2", and it was nice to see that they had given them more money, because the effects were definitely a notch up in comparison to the effects seen in the first movie. The critters are starting to look more interesting and more life-like.

There is a a good atmosphere to the movie, and the setting was good. And it worked out quite well with the specific style of cinematography and the work of director Mick Garris. There is a very "Gremlins 2" feel to this sequel with the increased comedy level of the movie. So if you like that or not is a matter of personal preference, of course. I did enjoy it.

The music score for "Critters 2" is quite good and it suits the movie and the atmosphere of the movie quite well. It is subtle enough to function as background music, yet still prominent enough to demand attention.

I must say that the critters design is really interesting, and I like it quite a lot. They are every bit as funny as they are ferocious. They looks like cuddly small creatures, but are in fact crazed feeding machines. But the design of the featureless bounty hunters is also quite interesting, and I especially like their shape-changing ability that allows them to mimic the appearance of others.

If you enjoyed the first "Critters" movie, then you will definitely also like the sequel. And like its predecessor, "Critters 2" is a wonderful mix of Sci-Fi, horror and comedy, with the introduction of more comedy compared to the previous movie.

More fun, more bloody but still not as good as the first movieReviewed byatinderVote: 5/10

This movie start of in space, with the Bounty Hunters and Charile from 1st movie, who is now Bounty Hunter, are told they need to go back to Earth.

Brad as also return to his hometown and he goes to his old house, that is now nursery, run by his Grandma.

Meanwhile a teenager as found some weired looking eggs and give them to this man, who them sell them in his shop, Some people, think these eggs are easter eggs, so they end up being all over the place, before that hatch the critters are back again.

This time the whole town have come together, to get rid of these Aliens,

This movie is not as good as the first movie, it's as lot more jokes, which makes this movie more funny then the first and it a lot more bloody moments , there are not gory moments.

If you liked the first movie, you should also enjoy this movie as well.

The acting it not great but it's what you normal get with B-Movies, like this.

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