Horror • R • 2017 • 1 hr 20 min
loved the interpretation here. rare for a sequel to not go the ‘bigger and better route’. just a new unique subversion of the original.
Amazing sequel to one of the creepiest films I have seen.
It was okay! Definitely similar to the first film. Very different twists with the same derangement. The discomfort was strong in this movie.
A sequel that not only incorporates the events of the first film perfectly, but elevates it in a lot of ways by developing intriguing lore.
also soooo good really expands the universe
usually sequels to movies aren't good but this was just as good as the first movie 👍
It sets a different and slightly lighter tone than the first, making it a different but still very enjoyable experience.
As good as the first one, not as scary or horror based
I prefer the first one but this is a good sequal!
Just like the first movie, very awkward and uncomfortable, loved every minute of it!
Looking for work, Aaron comes across a cryptic online ad: “$1,000 for the day. Filming service. Discretion is appreciated.” Low on cash and full of naiveté, he decides to go for it. He drives to a cabin in a remote mountain town where he meets Josef, his cinematic subject for the day. Josef is sincere and the project seems heartfelt, so Aaron begins to film. But as the day goes on, it becomes clear that Josef is not who he says, and his intentions are not at all pure.
After finding an ad online for “video work,” Sara, a video artist whose primary focus is creating intimacy with lonely men, thinks she may have found the subject of her dreams. She drives to a remote house in the forest and meets a man claiming to be a serial killer. Unable to resist the chance to create a truly shocking piece of art, she agrees to spend the day with him. However, as the day goes on, she discovers she may have dug herself into a hole from which she can’t escape.
Part three of the 'Creep' trilogy.