Who doesn't love to hate Nazi zombies? Dead Snow has found a winning formula. The first film involves a group of Norwegian medical students out for a weekend of fun at an isolated cabin. They stumble across a horde of gold trinkets which promptly summons zombies. It's a bit predictable, but there are some great moments, including zombie intestine bungee jumping and some very useful avalanche survival tips.
Pow! Take that ya Nazi zombies!
The sequel picks up right where the cliffhanger ending of the first film left off. After surviving a horrific car crash, Martin wakes up in the hospital only to find that surgeons have mistakenly attached a zombie arm to him. Spoiler alert: he chainsawed his original arm off in the first movie.
Not only is his new arm super strong and kind of evil, it can also raise the dead. Meanwhile, the Nazi zombies decide to try and take over Norway.
The only humans Martin can depend on are an emo guy from the World War II museum gift shop and the Zombie Squad. Plucky as they are, they're still no match for the undead invaders. Using his magic arm, he raises an army of Russian zombies that just happen to be waiting under the permafrost. An epic battle royale ensues. The film ends with a scene set to Total Eclipse of the Heart that will make you go, "Awwwww! Eeeeew! Awww. Eeeew".