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Bits and pieces from the segment "Invasion of Privacy" by Kim Sønderholm was used in a short film competing at the Nine Inch Nails announced online film festival "Ghosts". Those bits however were censored for violence and nudity, while the version released in The Horror Vault 2 (2009) was released in the uncut version. See more »
Just as the first Horror Vault, I thoroughly enjoyed the second one as well. Same concept, although there was a lot more humor in the second one, which was a welcome addition I thought.
Especially "Dead Chick in The Closet" made me laugh (in a good way), but "Invasion of Privacy" certainly also had a twist at the end that made me smile..
All in all 79 minutes well spend, and those 79 minutes might be the only real problem with the film - it's a bit too short, compared to the first one which reached nearly two hours, but it's still 79 minutes of nice entertainment.
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