This was fine. I actually might follow the series, since it looks like they are attempting to go MCU-style with this. Maybe not. It doesn't look like there is enough material here to create a new film universe. I didn't feel the story had enough of a cathartic ending; the emotional arc didn't get me. I felt flat throughout the story. But it wasn't boring at all. I followed it well enough. It just didn't do anything special for me.
I mean... it was alright. I probably would have been disappointed if I had paid to see this in a theater. But for at-home viewing fare, it was decent. I could have done without seeing certain body fluids. There was a long portion with zero dialogue, which was a huge clue as to what was really happening. Then the end. Just okay for me.
I liked it well enough. I'm not happy with the ending, though. It wasn't as good as the first. I like the way the creators have stayed consistent in leaving it in the air whether we should be cheering for or against the protagonist/antagonist. Actually, here, it was more black and white. There was a definite protagonist with flawed decision-making, and on the opposite end were the outright villains. It was okay. I think I would have preferred a more direct sequel to the first film, though.