Sequel to the okay first film features a spectacular opening sequence involving a multiple vehicle highway crash, but nothing in the rest of the film lives up to that opening. As with the first film, a teen has a premonition of death and their group of friends "cheat" death. They are then stalked by death in elaborate sequences leading to their inevitable demise. While the deaths in this film are satisfyingly unique and interesting, they lack the suspenseful and build up that "X-Files" veterans Glen Morgan and James Wong brought to the first film. What happens instead is that most of the deaths play out with it looking like a character has gotten away, but then suddenly get killed, which isn't all that clever after it's been done the first time. But overall, this film is still worth checking out for horror fans, though I'm not sure it'll satisfy casual horror fans. Oh, and it was fun to see Justina Machado, who's now famous as the mother on the Netflix remake of "One Day at a Time."