Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, Part 2 (1996)
Detached and ruthless psychotic killer Henry returns in this grim, low-budget and violent crime melodrama that is only a pale sequel to the powerful, deeply disturbing original film. Once again dispassionate Henry takes on a new "student"; he also finds himself the object of a troubled young artist's affections.
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Critic Reviews for Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, Part 2
A genuinely creepy and entirely worthy follow-up to McNaughton's film.
Audience Reviews for Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, Part 2
Well this movie is pretty simple Henry now pretty much living on the streets going from place to place decides to settle down when he finally gets a job cleaning toilets at job sites he is taken in by a husband and wife who couldnt be more trailer park and there neice who has a very bad case of crazy also turns out the husband likes to burn stuff down and decides to take henry along for the ride while in return henry shows him how to kill. i really thought the first Henry was perfect in everyway but this one let me down of course Michael Rooker isnt back and the actor taken his place is kinda stiff and wooden still not a bad watch but dont compare it to the orignal in anyway this one stands aloneMore
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