Revelation Road 2 continues on the life and story of Josh McManus (David A.R White) an ex military operative who has become a salesman of bulletproof vests. In this second part of the movie Josh continues on his journey home to his family, but is continually delayed because of the attacks from Hawg’s group of outlaw bikers. Josh must rely on his previous training in the military in order to get past traps, and fight off these thugs. Along the way Josh meets up with the town sheriffs and the young girl he had saved in the store earlier in the first part of the movie, and the young girl ends up tagging along with Josh. Little does Josh know that having her along with him will = ultimately change the course of his life forever.
I found this movie to be a bit of a different style than most movies of this genre. Revelation Road 2 has a lot more character development of the biker gang and shows these developments through flashbacks. While I found the flashbacks cut into the movie a bit and some of them just didn’t seem to flow, I don’t feel that it was a big enough negative to ruin the movie.
Revelation road 2 is an entertaining movie that has a lot of action and suspenseful scenes that will keep your attention right to the very end. The acting is again mediocre and could have been more fluid and in some parts more believable but does not really ruin the overall content of the movie. While there are scenes that include violence, killing and frightening content, I would still consider this movie to be okay for viewing by a teenage audience of 13 or older.