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Review of Grave Encounters 2
by Jeremy Thomas
Posted on June 7th, 2021
Negative 3
Overall Rating
in 2011 collin minihan and stuart ortiz--collectively known as the vicious brothers--released grave encounters, a found footage horror film about a paranormal reality show that investigates a supposedly haunted asylum in and finds far more there than they intended. that film was decent as far as found footage goes; it contains many of the typical tropes of the subgenre but it has some solid scares and makes a stab at having the audience care about the victims. its sequel gets off on the wrong foot when it tries to go meta, treating the first film as a film within its own world that inspires film student alex (richard harmon) to gather up his friends and cart them off to vancouver in order to film his own documentary. right from the start, you have extreme stupidity from these characters; yes, they believe that the first film is fake at first but even after several sources claim the footage is genuine, they head up to the asylum alone. the characters are completely unsympathetic; harmon's alex in particular is one you root for to die. the vicious brothers are to blame for the script still, but they handed directing duties off to john poliquin, who does less with a higher budget than his predecessors. there are moments of sublime idiocy here, but mostly its just a dumb and tedious experience.
Jeremy Thomas

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