"Brahms: The Boy II
" is a hastily and lazily-crafted sequel of the 2016-released horror film, "The Boy
". It brings back the creepy doll who ended up having a twisted secret in the earlier edition.
The narrative begins in staccato manner. After an untoward incident that affects Liza (Katie Holmes
) and her young son Jude (Christopher Convery
), Sean (Owain Yeoman
) decides to give his disturbed family a well-deserved break. They move into the guest house of the erstwhile Heelshire Mansion, unaware of its terrifying history.
It is only after Jude gets attached to the eerily life-like doll he finds half buried on the estate that his behaviour changes drastically. The doll, who calls himself Brahms, communicates with "the damaged ones," in this case - Jude. And, like in the previous edition, the doll relays a list of rules to be followed, failing which the obvious would occur.
Worried about the wellbeing of her son,