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[Doris has let two strangers in need of help - Tanner and Jessica - into the house]
Doris, what the hell are you doing?
Jesus would let these two in here.
Yeah, but he knows if they slit his throat he'll be back in three days!
Otis, that is blasphemy,
And this here is crazy.
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Pretty average sequel to surprisingly enjoyable "Vacancy".
Agnes Bruckner plays Jessica,a sexy girl from South Carolina.She on a road trip with her fiancée Caleb and annoying friend Tanner.Soon they find themselves checking into the Meadow View Inn a week after an initial murder took place the previous week.The motel's employee Gordon and his three comrades focus on torturing guests for profit and recording their agony on tape,leaving the three friends having to fight for survival.This straight-to-video sequel to horror hit "Vacancy" offers nothing fresh.It's more violent and sadistic than its predecessor,but less believable.The characters of villains are actually more interesting than protagonists.The motel setting is spot on as it provides some spooky atmosphere.It's a shame that the climax is so anticlimatic.6 out of 10.
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