Dark Specter 2
Chad Finnerty, Jaimie Lee Jota-Finnerty, Bruce Nachsin (executive), Richard Tatum (executive), Manuel Gutierrez (executive)
directed by Richard Tatum
starring Bruce Nachsin, Mark Iverson, Judy Nazemetz, Kellimarie Brown, Kevin Flood, Zoey Moses, Mathilde Paréja Olivi, Alana de Freitas, Chris Vij, Rena Loveman, Richard Tatum (voice)
written by Bruce Nachsin, music by Marcelo Quinonez, visual effects by Digital Frontier FX
Dark Specter (Bruce Nachsin) is pretty much the perfect supervillain,
he knows every trick in the book to fight his nemesis, the beloved
Vibraboom (Mark Iverson), and once he notices he's no match for his
opponent he doesn't shy away from playing dirty and blow his head right
But Dark Specter also has a brighter side, as loving son
Bertrand to his mother (Judy Nazemetz), who's on the verge of
senility, and Bertrand is more determined than ever to make her last few
years as pleasant as possible - even if that means missing out on many a
(villainy) chance to improve himself ...
As was the first
part, Dark Specter 2 is great fun as it seems to visibly
enjoy taking apart mainstays of the superhero genre - but not in a moronic
way but wrapping things up in a nice story. And it's really the structure
that makes this one, in the first half, the "action" part of the
film, presenting the Dark Spectre as a slightly clumsy supervillain that
has some relatable traits to him, to in the second half, that's pretty
much action free and very talky - and probably even funnier than the first
half - presenting the audience to the character's other side.
fun for sure!