One less helper’s review published on Letterboxd:
Don’t you love when sequels that may not be as great as the original is still a great film either way? Me too.
I mean seriously, this sequel has no right being as good as it is. It does what every good sequel should do in terms of expanding of what made the first so great (like it’s meta commentary of horror sequels, Wes’s excellent use of scares, and Sidney’s PTSD) while also doing things differently to make it its own fresh and blood out of it.
Truly great stuff. I would die for Sidney and I would love to have Randy be my best friend of some sorts.