Robert Shupe’s review published on Letterboxd:
This was an excellent film and a solid sequel. This horror thriller ebbs back and forth with tension and release. It was fun and engages the viewer.
The film works because you care about the characters and what happens to them.
There is a sequence where three things are happening in three different settings and the editing is top notch. The silent perspective of the deaf daughter was also effective.
We see more of the monsters in this one but is worked as they deliver the horror.
You can tell Emily Blunt cares about this franchise and as a result the viewer does too.
It was great to see this on the big screen. This is a high recommend so go and enjoy it and remember your silence just might save your life.