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Contracted: Phase II

Contracted: Phase IIis a 2015 zombie body horror film and the sequel to the 2013 filmContracted. The movie was directed by Josh Forbes , based on a script written by Craig Walendziak, and Eric England , who wrote and directed the first film.

follows the character of Riley ( Matt Mercer ) as he tries to find a cure for the zombie virus.The film had its world premiere on July 5, 2015 at the Neuchâtel International Fantastic Film Festival .

After the events in the previous film Riley ( Matt Mercer ) has begun showing symptoms of the same illness that caused Samantha (Najarra Townsend) to turn into a zombie. Panicking, Riley decides that he needs to track down the person who first infected Samantha, BJ (Morgan Peter Brown), in the hopes of gaining a cure. However BJ has his own agenda, as he is more than willing to continue to spread the disease to other victims.

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