Horror sequels tend to be given the cold shoulder. They’re generally passed off as cash grabs that either squeeze the life out of a franchise or change something so drastically that it turns off its core base. These four films are regarded as some of the worst entries in their franchise, but armed with a different mindset, they may actually may not be the worst, but the best films in their series.
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Some films self-consciously strive for weirdness like an affected hipster with a handlebar moustache listening to a Sony Walkman. Other films are born weird, like Greece’s Dogtooth, a fully-realized oddity that feels like an alien culture trying to dress-up and play human.
a) “I want to rip out his heart and feed it to him. I want to kill people. I want to rip their stomachs out and eat their children.” b) “My main objective is to be professional but to kill him.” c) “You suffer beautifully. But I am here for business, not pleasure.”