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Slightly predictable ending and predicable plot features yet gripping
storyline and some good jumps. The storyline itself isn't scary, but
the occasional jumps and screams are what provide the horror effect.
Not an overall "scary" movie but good enough. The cinema had a scary
atmosphere but the first 15-20 minutes of the film are really dark and
hard to see, it might have just been our cinema but I had to squint and
really strain my eyes to see what was going on. This improved during
brighter scenes but the issue later returned during basement scenes. I
think having the "angel of death" concept emphasised more by killing
off more characters would have been effective. I also think that there
is not enough links to the first film. Good film in all, and unlike
other sequels, this is actual better than the first, but you know whats
coming in some scenes.
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