“What if I make a documentary? And this is where you come in.”
A tiresomely relentless onslaught of weirdness from start to finish, Creep 2 falls short of making any improvement on the already flawed first film, this time around introducing a somehow even more clueless protagonist (Desiree Akhavan’s Sara), whilst failing to develop the franchise’s narrative in any meaningful way, instead leaning hard into every oddity it can muster. Not even Mark Duplass’s suitably magnetic central performance as the film’s titular creep can save from the feeling of bewilderment left after being bludgeoned with every horror trope imaginable for 78 minutes.
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