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This movie has absolutely nothing in common with the first, except for its name. And unlike the same trick when tried by the makers of "The Skeleton Key 2", this one is thankfully much, much better than the first.
It's still not what I'd call "great", but it's watchable. It's just that the first "Alone in the Dark" sucked SO MUCH, that almost -anything- would be much, much better in comparison.
While there aren't a ton of special effects, the few that exist were done very well. The main male character's acting was flat, but then so were his well-defined and oft-shown abs, so I guess he can be forgiven that.
All the characters were rather shallowly written. Lance Henrickson and Bill Mosley are the most well-known stars, but even their characters were written to about the same degree of quality as the lesser-known actors. They played them well, but there really wasn't much all that impressive to play.
Still, like I said, it's watchable. It'll keep you entertained to some degree while it's on, just don't expect to be blown away.
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