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I loved the Skeleton of Cadavra, and this sequel is just as good. Once again, the movie lovingly plays tribute to terrible old movies, with awful dialog, perplexing cutting, inappropriate reactions, terrible special effects, and non-sequitors galore. A cast of talented actors beautifully recreates talentless acting. I especially liked Mrs. Armstrong, whose peculiar reactions and weird sunniness are outrageously funny.
If I must criticize the movie, I would say that it's a little less funny towards the end. The funniest scene involving the hilarious repetition of the word "slowly" left me breathless with laughter, and as good as the rest of the movie is, little of it is as funny as that scene.
All the same, this movie is amazing.
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