My movie buddy and I watched this last night because we were trying to find something to watch on teh netflix and we normally watch horror movies and we are both fans of Neil Marshall (me especially) so we figured, "Meh, fuck it why not?"
I have to say, not bad...not bad at all. It's not a sequel, it's a continuation of the first movie with the same protagonist (Shauna MacDonald) and takes place two days after the events in The Descent. Does it hold up as companion piece to the brilliant Neil Marshall movie? Yes, yes it does though I have to recommend watching them back to back - unless you've recently watched The Descent and remember what happens. I haven't because I don't own it and I usually end up watching Dog Soldiers instead.
The Descent: Part 2 has two, possibly three problems with it, all of which involve spoilers so I won't say nothin about them. However, the tension is high, the claustrophobia is (for someone like me who is as terrified of spelunking as I am of going in the water with sharks) really discomfiting, and I absolutely love Shauna MacDonald. She's a brilliant protagonist with a great back story and, for me, very identifiable - not because of her character's history or motivations - but because I completely empathize with her. She's not some half-wit that I want to see torn limb from limb because her ineptitude makes her deserving of it.
A solid horror gore-fest, though none of the effects or direction are as good as Marshall's film. Well worth watching if you're looking for a horror movie to watch that isn't some teen slasher flick.
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