You know what's sort of cool about Tony Brownrigg? His dad directed the pretty awful Don't Look in the Basement. Rather than distance himself from it, Tony doubled down and made a sequel. That takes balls, and I respect that.
Ok, so it's not a "good" sequel, but it kept me entertained, and it's certainly better than the original.
The best part of this film? There's a basement. The first movie skimped on the whole basement thing. This film first mentions a basement about halfway through the movie, and we actually get to spend some time in the basement.
The film picks up 40 years after the original. The original asylum is open again. They readmit the one survivor of…