An unfortunately mostly lukewarm continuation of the classic 2009 horror comedy: the director, writers and main cast are all present, yet the above par moments are few and far between. Zoey Deutch's character adds some spark to the proceedings, but is almost negated by Tallahassee's generic love interest and the lazy subplot of Albuquerque and Flagstaff. Despite a few good moments, what prevails is basic humour, lacklustre chemistry and far too many questionable, even absurd character reactions.
A crude movie of TV aesthetics that evolves in an utterly predictable way. Also, the cast is absolutely ridiculous: Malkotsis is stupidly trying to look hilariously stupid but fails, Papoutsaki thinks she's good-looking while Douka and Anastasiadis are completely fake.
Unbelievably shallow, painfully daft, monumentally sexist. The characters have zero traits and their actions zero consequences, most of the plot barely makes sense, Sidaris takes every chance he can to get his actresses topless on camera even with the stupidest of excuses, and maddeningly nonchalant depictions and mentions of sexual harassment abound. Trash, but watchable trash due to the passable technical qualities, unintentional laughs and a few disproportionately over-the-top cult moments.