Director: Steven Mena
Starring: Michael Biehn, Brett Rickaby, Alexandra Daddario
A prequel to above average serial killer flick Malevolence. Starts with Allison moving to the country to live with her uncle's family after her mother and father died. He lives down the road from the infamous slaughterhouse. She sees a young boy in the abandoned building and gets curious. The young boy is Martin, who was kidnapped by a serial killer and is forced to watch him torture and kill people.
I left with the same feeling as the first movie. I enjoyed it, but some minor, logical flaws kept me from thinking it was really awesome. Still the movie asks some good questions and is better than most. If you liked Malevolence, watch this one.
Rating: In the Middle (with a lot of positives)
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