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A Surprisingly Incredible Follow-up to a Great 1st Film
With a basically unknown cast, the fact that they changed rusty, and the whole "straight to DVD" thing, I went into this movie expecting to be repulsed. I was anything but repulsed. It starts out by creeping you out, then making you laugh so hard that you cry, and then just full out blows your mind with the elaborateness. The actors need high recognition because (i will probably be slammed for this) i think they did a way better job than Paul walker, Steve Zahn, and lee lee sobieski. This movie had nothing going for it, and it could quite possibly be the most amazing direct to DVD movie I've ever seen. So, basically, an awesome movie, 5 incredible actors, and some of the most elaborately sadistic scenes ever filmed. Give it a chance, even if your not a fan of the first one, this one is still great. It locks you in from the beginning and never lets go. i give it a PERFECT 10!
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