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The second of Evan Jacobs' trilogy has the man who discovered the serial killer's camera taking it from the hotel room. Once back at his place he begins to talk into it and soon he becomes haunted by it.
DV2 is pretty much on par with the first film and I was a little shocked to see how much they have in common in regards to what I liked and what I didn't like. I will start by getting what I liked out of the way. The performance by Isaac Golub, like that of Jacobs' in the first film, is what steals the picture and it keeps the movie from becoming a complete bore. I thought Golub gave a good performance but there's still just so much you can do with it.
Once again the biggest problem with this sequel (or continuation) is the fact that the entire running time is nothing but dialogue as the man speaks to the camera. This one here does offer up a few scenes of the man putting the camera down and doing things but there's just nothing here to hold your attention. The rambling dialogue just gets boring after a while and I'd argue that there's just not enough story here to keep you entertained. Add in the fact that there's just no drama, tension or scares and you're not left with much.
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