Jak-Luke Sharp’s review published on Letterboxd:
20th Century Fox. Blu-Ray
“I killed somebody once. It was easy. That's why it's so dangerous”
30/31 Days of Horror...AGAIN! - Hoop-Tober 2.0 
Dare I say that I actually enjoy this cheap, stupid and utterly barbaric sequel? It’s efficiently shot for something that should have been direct to DVD. It has rather intense and striking iconography throughout, and at times does really unsettle me. My issues as it always is with films such as these are the characters and writing. I find them both idiotic, and for them to be in some form of military it pains me even more when they make such idiot decisions.