Joanne Holly’s review published on Letterboxd:
I'm really disappointed they didn't use the 'I Think We're Alone Now' song from the trailer, it really is perfect for this. The sequel was alright, but it wasn't worth waiting 10 years for. Back in 2008 what hit me the most was the eeriness of the answer to the question: 'Why are you doing this?' 'Because you were home'. The sequel did not have any moments like that nor did it know how to create tension. But if you're into slashers, you'll like it despite its flaws.