OK, truth be told, I wasn't expecting a movie like this to scare the shit out of me, but in all honesty it had one or two moments which got me. Despite having a "2" in its title, this is no more a sequel to the Boogeyman movie in 2005, without any recurring characters, and could have been titled as a standalone movie if it wanted to. Having Tobin Bell in its cast seemed to be a coup, but one cannot help but to laugh at its very Saw-like moment, and its unfortunate descent into torture porn territory as the movie progressed. I guess the horror industry in Hollywood has given way to this sub-genre, and gone are those days where horror doesn't necessarily mean blood and gore spilled so explicitly, being the outcome of some elaborate death trap design.
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