“A satisfying sequel that fans of Fable’s first outing should not pass this up.”
“An absurd and crazy cocktail full of violence and funny twists and unexpected turns.”
The narrative might not offer anything new at a thematical level, but stands out due to his refusal to spell things out and, instead, imply certain subjective truths via elegant and naturalistic poetic moments.
a very enjoyable revenge-narrative that, surprisingly, still holds up well today.
Miike’s horror-narrative provides all the thrills, and tropes for that matter, fans of J-horror have come to expect from the genre.
“Despite offering plenty of fun moments and tons of silliness, the sequel fails to truly surprise and explore the thematic riddle of the structural role perversion plays in human subjectivity in a truly meaningful way.”