Well made slasher film from the director of the recently released Tomb Raider re-boot (i suppose he has a pic-axe fetish). Great setting and its nice to see some pro-active young characters actually try to fight back a bit.
Brian De Palma is at his Hitchcock inspired best here. The style here is off the charts with some draw dropping scenes. One scene featuring Angie Dickinson essentially just walking without dialogue for 9 minutes is a showstopper. Stylish and crazy in the best way.
Surprisingly solid horror sequel. It has a terrific 80's vibe featuring numerous zoom in's and an epic old-school soundtrack. The pool scene is one for the books. At the end of the day it may be nothing new but its does what it does well.