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le 1 avril 2012
I really enjoyed the first film, it was sick and twisted and wholly original. The sequel is nothing like the first film. Martin (who never speaks a line in the film) obsesses over the first movie, making a scrapbook, keeping a pet centipede, and watching the film every chance he gets. Working in a parking garage, we spend a long time watching him gathering victims from his workplace. There is a great deal of violence in this activity, but it becomes very repetitive and actually boring as it is all pointlessly overdone. If you needed your victims alive why would you risk bashing them in the head with a hammer? I knew going into this that it was "100% medically inaccurate" but still could not get over the fact that it was just stupid and completely impossible. Wheezing and severely asthmatic, he somehow fills an entire warehouse with victims. Then we begin the long and tiresome process of him hacking and stapling together his giant mess of a wet dream. Of course everyone survives the head injuries, massive blood loss, etc. And so on and so forth, throw in an irritating ending and I was left disappointed and puzzled as to how this could've been made by the same director. Another note, the movie is in black and white which doesn't actually bother me in the least. But in a movie where the only selling feature is the gore, I don't understand the choice at all. The only positive thing I can think to say is that the actor who played Martin does a great job, he was splendidly creepy.