James Betsalel’s review published on Letterboxd:
Hooptober 666 # 30
One of the most tonally shifted follow ups I've seen since the Blair Witch sequel. I'm not sure what Tobe Hooper was going for but he succeeded in making an enjoyably silly and funny film for the sickly depraved like myself. I can see why Dennis Hopper could be attracted to Tobe's return to the series but seeing him either running around and screaming with chainsaws or looking around bewildered and bored really had me wondering what he was doing in this. Not that I didn't immensely enjoy him, more I was wondering what he was thinking while filming this.