This Don't Look in the Basement 2 clip is seriously messed up

Don't Look in the Basement 2

DON'T LOOK IN THE BASEMENT 2 is a curious, 40 years late sequel. Directed by Anthony Brownrigg, the son of original director S. F. Brownrigg, the film features original actress Camilla Carr and returns to the Trinity Institute for its four week production.

And for those who don't think the sequel could capture the grittiness of the original cult classic, which was released in a much different cinema environment, this clip might just prove you wrong. It's intense, tasteless, offensive, and gaudy. Just like all the best grindhouse releases of the 70's. Honestly, I don't like it at all, but I appreciate its willingness to go balls to the wall and commit to its tone. Check out the clip for yourself below. If you dare...

Written by Brownrigg and Megan Emerick, the film picks up..

…after the end of the first film, 40 years later. After Sam is moved to a new asylum in 2013, strange things begin happening there to the patients as well as the doctors. One doctor must find out what’s causing everyone go delve even deeper into insanity before it overcomes him as well.

Andrew Sensenig stars as Dr. William Matthews with Arianne Margot as Dr. Lucy Mills and Frank Mosley as Dr. Lance White. Megan Emerick, who co-wrote the screenplay with Brownrigg, plays a supporting role as Nurse Jennifer. Jim O’Rear and Scott Tepperman are orderlies Billy and Bishop, respectively. Willie H. Minor, Jr. is Sam Withers, the mysterious returning patient. 

DON'T LOOK IN THE BASEMENT 2 hits DVD and Blu-Ray on May 24th. You can pre-order a copy HERE.

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