the real/zeitgeisty implications are actually scarier than the movie itself but it's still way better than the first one. and it actually feels closer to something like '#horror' in its display of cyber addiction as a repository for shallow and/or misanthropic impulses.
gritty & hazed out neon tainted trailer park doom metal hallucination
made me think of nathaxnne. we miss you. <3
(ps: just saw that nathaxnne actually hated this and explained it beautifully as usual. still there were parts of this movie that made me wonder "what would nathaxnne feel about this?" so i'm keeping my previous remark. hope it's not offensive for you)