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The premise of this awaited sequel was really good and after the huge success of the remake I expected a lot sincerely.
The sad truth is that this movie is really absurd and inept. The situations are dumb and beyond reason and the acting is truly awful.
This time there aren't likable characters or violins unlike the remake. Also, the gore is not that abundant and when it happens it's truly bad.
The violence is minimal and it's a shame because there are many arguments that make you think that there's room for heavy violence. I mean, there's a SWAT team that is hunting a family of cannibal mutants. You surely expect something different! When I watched it on the movies I wanted my money back.
Anyways this is a clear example of how rushed out movies turn out to be a mess and demonstrate poor quality on all aspects.
A mess that let down the fans of the remake like me. That's why sequels are never welcomed; at least this movie isn't as terrible as the 1985 sequel to the original.
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