Stays true to the original...this one's also crap.
Brad Sykes returns to write and direct once again, and somehow manages to achieve something rather extraordinary, he makes a film that's even worse than the original. Once again we have grade z actors spouting grade z dialogue, in a film which has a budget less than the cost of a packet of peanuts. However a low budget is no excuse for a film to be devoid of originality, and stuffed with defunct horror cliches. It's so bad it's occasionally funny, however most of the time it's so bad it's boring, and like the original it feels about 2 hours longer than it actually is. An opportunity for an ideal plot twist is also sadly missed. Buy this to see a horror film get everything wrong.