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When Alex, Trevor and Jennifer meet Lance, he has a very cloudy left eye (it was the eye that was entered into for the lobotomy). Later, when Alex and Jennifer meet Lance at the gate where they are supposedly able to get out, we see the cameras floating around Lance. Both his eyes are perfectly fine, scene cuts and when cameras again go back to Lance, his left eye is again cloudy. See more »
He opened a gateway, you know? Friedkin did. He took the real world and the spirit world and he mashed them together.
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For a split of a second at the end before the credits roll there are the coordinates shown for the Riverview Hospital, which are "49 14 122 48". See more »
Wow. Where to begin... I actually enjoyed the 1st film a lot but this was just awful. I was instantly annoyed w/ the two main characters. Not only was their acting terrible but everything else about them was horrible also. Trevors voice almost made me turn it off right away. He sounds like a tool version of the handicapped kid from Breaking Bad. There are no scares whatsoever and when they do try for scares it's just the same stuff as part one. It also takes about 40min for anything to get going in the movie. Such a let down. It is perfect for the viewers around the age of 12. I've never written about a movie on here before but this one totally needed to be written to help prevent anyone from viewing this garbage. Please do not make this a trilogy.
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