MacDara Conroy’s review published on Letterboxd :
I do appreciate this one more than its predecessor now; made only four years on but the improvements in technical proficiency, from the soundtrack to the editing to the blocking and cinematography, mark such a huge leap forward. It's still let down by the over-egged gurning comedy, mind. (Una O'Connor's turn is such a stagey, anachronistic nod to vaudeville tastes.) But those last few minutes still muster a chill.