I found this to be slightly better than the first film. If you are a fan of Emily Blunt, I would say she takes more of a back seat in this outing in order for Millicent Simmonds to step up to the plate. The tension was well done and the pacing was good. Like the first one if you scrutinize the script you can find some plotholes like the newspapers in the first film for example, but if you’re not…
Watching this is an extremely jarring experience, the setup and costume designs are intriguing but the constant nonsense monologues and wide eyed close up screaming breakdowns get old really fast. Borderline unwatchable, the found footage/handheld shaky camera work is the cherry on top. There are cool visuals scattered throughout though.