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Chris Crane’s review published on Letterboxd:
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This horror anthology is mostly average, but holy hell, the “Safe Haven” segment was deeply unsettling (and helped this film’s star rating that I’m giving it). That was easily the best one of them all, with the second place going to the last one (the alien invasion), though the blinking lights and fast camera work became headache-inducing after a while.
Also, the very end where his partner/girlfriend walks around the room in some possessed state was another highlight of this sequel, as I found it rather unnerving, including the moments where we see the kid with no jaw and half his face gone.