She Never Died


Action / Comedy / Drama / Fantasy / Thriller

IMDb Rating 5.7 10 45


Uploaded By: FREEMAN
April 15, 2020 at 02:23 PM


Michelle Nolden as Meredith
Noah Danby as Terrance
Peter MacNeill as Godfrey
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821.14 MB
23.976 fps
1 hr 29 min
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1.65 GB
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1 hr 29 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by TwistedContent 5 / 10

Good In Its Own Right, Underwhelming as a Sequel / Spin-Off

A couple years ago "He Never Died" pleasantly surprised me, it was an unexpectedly funny, highly entertaining and conceptually interesting thriller with heavy shades of horror and comedy. Not too long after I noticed a so-called "sister" sequel is in works which certainly got me a little excited, and Jason Krawczyk returning to write was good news as well. And so, "She Never Died" stands on its own as an entertaining baddie flick, but the intriguing concepts have mostly left the stage, and as far as sequels go, this one adds little to nothing to the universe, ideas and mythos presented in the first movie.

"She Never Died" is a much more contained and narrow experience as compared to its "brother" prequel, both regarding the plot, the characters and the production budget. A tough and mysterious woman, a fierce baddie, the single biggest strength of this movie, the much-praised feminine side of this film, main protagonist and heroine - Lacey - fights her daily demons and looks to bring down criminals hurting women. One could say "She Never Died" is a vigilante flick. Olunike Adeliyi feels organic and confident, putting up a top tier performance as the fallen angel. Then there are a couple more characters, a rather primitive plot that's swimming to its inevitable conclusion, and... no expansion of the mystery presented, no paths to right or left from the main story road, nothing of what I truly hoped to see or feel. A rather vague and simplistic - as compared to better movies including this theme - exploration of female trauma is not a great substitute, because instead it should've co-existed with the franchise-defining themes from "He Never Died" that were lost here. They managed to keep notions of the same kind of humor, but to call it darkly (actually) funny would be a bit of a stretch. "She Never Died" is an entertaining indie horror, carried on the shoulders of good performances, violent action and consistent pacing, but, carrying the name it does, it's simply underwhelming. Let me put it this way - it lost more than it gained, if compared to its spiritual predecessor.

I believe "She Never Died" is an arguably above average indie horror offering, entertaining enough throughout in all the best B movie traditions, also featuring quality performance(s), but... I also believe that, as a sequel, it's barely justified and simply lesser than the first movie. My rating: 5/10.

Reviewed by A_Different_Drummer 4 / 10

almost maybe a sequel to a cult hit

Written by Jason Krawczyk, the writer behind the cult low-budget indie HE NEVER DIED, this almost-maybe sequel is a swing and a miss. First it lacks the charm and intensity that Rollins imbued into the original character. Plus, it pretty much checks all the boxes for the tell-tales of an extreme low-budget effort -- musky lighting, very few actors, scenes that go on way too long, really bad music that just fills space, etc.

Reviewed by shakeel-arshad 7 / 10

Not as good as part 1

She Never Died is the sequel to the Henry Rollins starer He Never Died, a visceral crime thriller set like a modern day grungy Highlander, She Never Died while not being as well produced as part 1 is still a decent follow up, the lead actress is good in a rather a fierce role, and the violence, blood & practical effects are very grind house and practical which i love, a decent 1 time watch for sure.

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