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It was okay but not as good as the first creep.
wildly overrated. original, but not very interesting. critics really need to get a life, the high rating imply a lack of original thinking. yes, this was unique, but broke new ground, made no realization, had no epiphany, just a story that should have been cut down to about a half an hour.
Like its predecessor, this movie hits all the notes it needs to in order to be off-putting. Mark Duplass is again tremendous in the lead role. He is genuinely creepy and you never know what he's going to do next. It also somehow works as a solid love story in a twisted way.
It's very rare for a sequel to be better than the original, but somehow writers Patrick Brice and Mark Duplass have pulled it off. Continuing where the first left off, serial killer Aaron is still preying on unsuspecting videographers. This time he has lured a woman named Sara to his remote cabin where he has confessed to her that he is a serial killer and wants to make a documentary about his. She doesn't buy his story but agrees to take the job anyways and so begins the great cat and mouse game between the two.
The tension and unpredictability between them drives the story and is a lot of fun to watch. Sara is an equal foe to Aaron and scares him as much as he scares her. Creep 2 is clever, humorous and delivers memorable awkward moments. Running at a brisk pace the film doesn't outstay it's welcome at on 78 minutes long. This is a superior film that builds upon the first and delivers a far more satisfying conclusion than the last. I'm giving Creep 2 a 4 out of 5
Better then the first movie and Creep was awesome, get more of Mark Duplass.
a lot better than the first one, but there was one scene that was not necessary.
Great film, especially for a sequel. Like most sequels- its not as good as the original, but, unlike most sequels- this is definitely a strong one.
A masterful piece of art.
Not as scary as the original but is much smarter. Mark Duplass Is the perfect actor for this role. The sexual tension and barrier breaking performances are Very well orchestrated. Hide the kids and turn off the lights, kick back and enjoy your slumber into the darkness.
Was not scary but after watching the first it was an all around great movie. You almost start to feel for Aron but then the internal conflict of knowing he is an insane serial killer kicks in. Also that ending!!!!!! Creep 3 please
A stunning and perfect sequel to the first installment. Creep 2 continues the exploration of Aaron in this surprisingly emotional follow-up.