Urei’s review published on Letterboxd:
30/33 Hooptober films
Well this certainly wasn't as good as the first one but it wasn't all bad. The story was interesting and the concept was a decent spin on the original movie. But there was no real successful pay off and the kills were much lamer and less prevalent. The CGI definitely didn't do them any favors for the most part but that's the drawback of CGI. As of right now practical effects are still better 99% of the time. But it kept me interested at least. Haven't watched it since way back when it came out so this was basically like watching it for the first time.