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The highly-anticipated blockbuster production owes more to the history of the cinema than the history of video games, argues critic Luke Buckmaster.
Jamie Lee Curtis returns to this direct sequel to the slasher classic.
[A] tight, fat-cutting, balled-up fist of horror goodness...
- LIAM MAGUREN, FLICKS
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