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Prochaska gleefully piles on the genre thrills…a refreshingly different follow-up…with its confident directorial tone and look and much tighter plotting, pic certainly manages to draw as much menace from the country’s landscape and rural denizens as any other horror movie….Prochaska keeps the shocks coming…the diminutive Reiter carries the movie with a combo of resourcefulness and bravado
VARIETY

Andreas Prochaska certainly managed to capture the imagination of genre connoisseurs…its creators moved further into the horror/thriller genre for the sequel…the end product is still superior to what the majority of “Saw” and “Hostel” derivatives try to pass off as decent
EVOLVER

The excellent film direction is supported by an excellent Sabrina Reiter
CINEMA CH

Shot in cold colours, tightly edited, and with an effective use of close-up camerawork in the violence scenes, the film moves with a sense of purpose that doesn’t leave the audience any time to catch their breath. The atmospheric small town location and the authenticity and energy of its young cast deliver many top class scares for us to enjoy.
TWITCH

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