Ginger Snaps II: Unleashed User Reviews

Current Rating: 4.19

Current Rating: 4.19

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  • 5 stars The best film than i ever seen
  • HOW CAN NE1 LIKE THIS MOVIE LIKE IM SOOO SCHOCKED I cant belive JUNK like this is aloud ot be made No wonder it made nuthin ughhh...i cannot bleave i saw disSTUPID ovie i actually boguht it and never even watched it all! I would even b able to give it a 0 that wood b too nice
  • I thought that it was better than all the others!
  • I am a 10 year old girl and it is my favorite movie, and I watched it (for the first time) when I was 9.
  • I am a 9 year old girl, and I loved the movie so much!
  • I absoulutely LOVE this move, my friend made me watch it, & after I saw it that was my fave movie, Everytime I rent it I watch it 7 or more times in 3 days.
  • This is the BEST movie that has ever been released,I watch it five or more times a day.
  • one of the greatest horror movies . but i liked the first one just better. all ginger snaps movies are great.
  • how do people like this stupid peice of s***? no sense to it at all, only kill,kill,kill! waht do you expect out of canadian movies?...junk,they all are! well,i think people are crazy if they like this movie,and i never saw the first one,and i dont want to! it was gross,very,very bllody and violent! 1\5
  • It was totally awsome even better then the first Ginger Snaps! I watched like ten times now i only need to watch the third one and i`ve seen all three of them! the`re like so cool! (werewolves rule!!!)

Ginger Snaps II: Unleashed

Genre:  Horror
Running Time:  94 min.
Release Date: January 30, 2004
DVD: April 13, 2004

Current rating: Rating: 4.19
based on 2362 votes and 82 reviews
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Cast: Emily Perkins, Tatiana Maslany, Katharine Isabelle, Eric Johnson, Janet Kidder, Brendan Fletcher, Pascale Hutton