#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Following the events from the first film, a different family; a mother and her 2 sons move into a rural house that’s marked for death. When the deputy from the first film learns that this family is next in line to fall to the demon Bhughul, he races before time to stop it and save them from the same fate.
Plot: A young mother and her twin sons move into a rural house that’s marked for death.
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Modern horror sequels are often failures. I thought that as the first film wasn’t great that I wouldn’t be as disappointed if this film turned out to be bad. I was wrong, Compared to this, the first instalment was a masterpiece and this made me realise how it was successful at achieving its goals sometimes.
‘Sinister 2’ was quite scary in places. No doubt, the cinema playing the film super loud helped elevate the jump scares though. The creepy depictions of murder in the first film were crazily overdone in this.
The screenplay was terrible. The main story was stale and predictable and the characters were unsympathetic and cold.
The performances were poor all over this film in particularly the ghost children seemed like they were performing a rubbish school pantomime.
Overall, I can’t be too surprised with what I thought of this film but, sadly, I can see sequels for this being churned out more and more in the future.
> What’s the most dangerous? The dark force or the evil father.
The first film was good, I enjoyed it, but not scary. So a sequel was expected and it failed to live up to the standards of the original. I would say, it was a decent horror film, with more story and drama than the creepy atmosphere. One character retained from the previous and the core theme remained, but tried a different method of narration. Something like ‘Goodnight Mommy’ with two brothers and mystery events surrounding them.
It definitely lacks what a horror film required the most, and predictable too. But the story wise, it was decent, because the actors did a good job. So it is an average film. I expected a better ending and it did not conclude at its best leaving me disappointing. The way it ended might have been the suitable for the story, but I wasn’t impressed. Again, another sequel is most certain, so I think this tale is not over yet and chances are very high that the story would follow with the same cast.
It was not a bad flick, but not a follow-up you would have wanted. If you’re looking for a genuine horror film, then you should skip it. There’s nothing brilliance to appreciate at any level. Overall, I too felt it should have been better in some places. So my advise is if you forget its genre and try to enjoy that you’re watching some movie that you don’t know its category then surely would have a decent time with it.
So and so
Sinister 2 isn’t as bad as some make it out to be. It’s not a good movie either. Like most sequels, it struggles with the novelty gone and never manages to succeed in new ways or areas. It is a mediocre and forgettable film, just as the name of it’s main character.
I very much enjoyed the first movie. While it’s not without its faults – I actually don’t think it was that scary with too heavy reliance and textbook-use of “creepy” sounds and the children were too cliché for my taste; it was a very absorbing movie, well directed with excellent music, a good sense for mystery, mood, pace, a solid twist and awesome ending. It cleverly managed to outbalance it’s shortcomings.
Sinister 2 starts off promising enough – at first it looks and feels just as it is supposed to, the snuff-flicks are still here with their grainy look and new, obscure kills complimented by creepy music. We find out what has happened after the first movie and continue the investigations surrounding the murder cases involving mysterious events, now with a new family (with twins – which could’ve provided an interesting twist to the story) and more involvement of the deputy from the prequel which at this point pretty much has inherited the knowledge of the previous main character. Everything you could possibly want in a sequel to Sinister is here, but sadly it is meaningless as they never manage to do something as interesting or memorable with it.
The death-flicks are useless this time as they don’t provide anything to resolve the puzzle or any kind of new information. Even worse: the pace of them is pretty much straight to the point giving them a very rushed, uninspired and uninvolved feeling – not enough build-up and no intensity. As opposed to some in the first movie, none of them made me wonder or left me amazed how they were filmed. Instead some of them involve CGI rats and crocodiles – don’t even ask. Even the characters argue to watch them all through in one sitting almost as if just to be done with.
The movie also suffers from too much exposition provided by the ghost children. The family, the deputy and Bughuul I found to be decent, but also problematic. While the deputy continues to be the same, likable character, you’ll never fear for him because he seems to be too safe from all of it. The character of the mother is another one we should fear for, but oddly enough she is almost entirely absent in any of the horror events; her struggle is only on the family-issue side which doesn’t quite sit right with this kind of movie and is more or less a subplot which lacks emotional depth, partially due to the father being so over the top. There is just overall little sense of danger in this movie which is its biggest fault.
To it’s credit it does try to provide new things while being true to the first movie. It has it’s moments where it shows potential and ideas, but never quite manages to expand on it in suspenseful and creative ways. It does however bother to explain some things surrounding the history and what if’s, just about in the right amount without ruining too much, which is always nice. It also has its fair share of plot holes and faulty logic, just like the previous one did (some are even still the same), but I found it to be forgivable as it’s not something I should be too concerned about with a movie involving supernatural events.
It’s not exactly trash. I wasn’t really bored watching it, but it also didn’t provide enough suspense either, which is something it definitely should have. With a third Sinister movie seemingly sure to be made it’ll be interesting to see where he series is being headed and if it’ll reach cult status as any other popular horror franchise. The first one has potential to become a classic, this one is a much weaker entry which makes me wonder how they will handle the next one. Sinister 2 had potential and could have used more polish in almost every aspect. Hopefully the makers will learn from it and allow them more time to come up with good material.
It could have been great.
I could say that Sinister II was by far one of the most expected horror movies of this year. It turns out that this movie did not really meet the eager audience’s expectations for several reasons. Firstly, the horrific elements present in the first movie are just not that scary in this version: The tapes – although very creatively done -seemed to be quite of a “stretch”. They neither added something to the story nor were scary. The fact they also didn’t look as homemade as the ones in Sinister I only lessened their spooky nature.
Mr. Boogie is much more exposed and doesn’t act as much under the shades. In this version, Bughuul seems more like one of those cliché-type of horror entities that shows up behind the main character (as it naturally does in this version) with the intention of just going unseen.
The scene where Mr. Boogie suddenly shows up behind Deputy “So and So” is extremely unnecessary (besides of being cliché). The good and old Bughuul would never subject himself to such exposure and suddenly hack into his computer. And, how come at the end that kid was still able to text Deputy asking for help? Why didn’t Bughuul just stop it from happening?
I must give credit to the sound effects for all these scenes though.
Also, emphasizing the kids’ roles was a risky move.It could have been great if it was done well, what unfortunately, wasn’t the case. These kids’ persuasive techniques to trap other kids into this “enchant” weren’t just convincing.
This movie takes a perspective, which they do not commit to fully explain. When I heard that this version was coming from the standpoint of a “chosen” child, I wanted to understand what happened to Stephanie from the original version. And guess what? I still don’t understand how a normal abduction happens. How would they persuade an only child?
This version felt like we were watching a special occasion, full of exceptions, while the first one only depicted how things happened at their natural rate. The fact that this family was already going through some internal issues turns this case into a “special occasion”. It might be only me – but I didn’t enjoy it. Don’t take me wrong, I think the idea of addressing family issues was a great idea. However, this topic added a singularity to this case, that doesn’t apply to the other occasions. I don’t know how abduction takes place in traditional families.
The weakest point of this movie – the ending. Children that can show up anywhere in the blink of an eye and can’t find a family trapped in a house? How’s that even consistent? Although the radius from the very ending is an interesting artifact, it is also an odd component to the movie. It doesn’t add too much.
This movie had strong points that could have been wisely used to produce something as comparable as the original version. Children’s perspective, family issues, along with other themes addressed, would have produced a high-quality movie if they had been well used. If producers had produced something consistent throughout, where they combined different themes that could become conflicting (as they did), the movie would have turned out to be much better.
It definitely leaves a lot to desire in comparison to Sinister I.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 37 min (97 min)
Genre Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Director Ciarán Foy
Writer Scott Derrickson, C. Robert Cargill, Scott Derrickson (based on characters created by), C. Robert Cargill (based on characters created by)
Actors James Ransone, Shannyn Sossamon, Robert Daniel Sloan, Dartanian Sloan
Country USA, UK, Canada
Awards 1 win & 3 nominations.
Production Company Blumhouse
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.39 : 1
Camera Arri Alexa Plus 4:3, Cooke Anamorphic/i Lenses
Laboratory FotoKem Laboratory, Burbank (CA), USA (as FotoKem Lab)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 16 mm, SxS Pro
Cinematographic Process /i Scope (anamorphic) (source format), Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), Spherical (16 mm footage) (source format) (some scenes)
Printed Film Format D-Cinema