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IMDB Rating : 4.3
IMDB Votes : 1,031
User Reviews : 13
Movie Rated : NOT RATED
Date Released : 5 September 2014
Run Time : 96 min
Movie Genre : Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Movie Director : Dallas Richard Hallam, Patrick Horvath
Movie Writer : Dallas Richard Hallam, Patrick Horvath
Movie Stars : Caity Lotz, Camilla Luddington, Scott Michael Foster, Patrick Fischler


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The Pact II June Abbott is a young woman who lives with her boyfriend, the police officer Meyer and works cleaning up crime scenes. June has dreadful visions at home of the deceased killer Judas and his victims, and she draws her visions in her leisure time expecting to publish a book. When her stepmother is cruelly murdered in a copycat crime, June believes that Judas must have returned from the afterlife, but she becomes the prime suspect of the FBI Agent Ballard who is investigating the cases. June contacts the former victim of Judas, Annie Barlow, expecting that she might help her, but when Annie is murdered, Meyer warns June that Agent Ballard is the copycat killer. June is alone at home with Ballard. Will she survive?


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The Pact II is an awful sequel of a brilliant horror film

I liked the horror film The Pact very much, but when I found out about the making of a sequel, I decided to have low expectations for it, because sequels are rarely at the same level (let's not even say "surpass") the original film. Unfortunately, The Pact II didn't end up being an exception. The screenplay is pathetic, some performances are horrible, and co- directors Dallas Richard Hallam and Patrick Horvath couldn't create any suspense or terror. Camilla Luddington brings a decent performance in the leading character despite how poorly written her role is, but Scott Michael Foster, who plays her boyfriend, lacks of any conviction and presence, while Patrick Fischler, as a profiler from the FBI, ends up being laughable due to his forced intensity and "attitude". Caity Lotz, the leading actress of the first film, comes back in this sequel for 15 or 20 minutes, but she isn't given too much to do. In conclusion, The Pact II is an atrocious horror film, and my suggestion is definitely for you to watch the original The Pact if you haven't yet.