The Pact II


Action / Horror / Mystery / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 25%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 18%
IMDb Rating 4.4 10 2757


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Caity Lotz as Annie
Camilla Luddington as June Abbott
Scott Michael Foster as Officer Meyer
Patrick Fischler as FBI Agent Ballard
720p 1080p
757.73 MB
Not Rated
23.976 fps
1hr 36 min
P/S 4 / 13
1.45 GB
Not Rated
23.976 fps
1hr 36 min
P/S 4 / 6

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Andrew Gold 4 / 10

Its jumbled mess of a story and lack of memorable scares plague this sequel.

The Pact was a good movie. Great even, but why it got a sequel is beyond me. The Pact 2 is connected by the fact that the killer from the first one, Judas, has a copycat going around and it's somehow tied to this forensic cleaner. The lead is fine in the role, quite good actually, and the main girl from the last movie makes an appearance. There's also a creepy FBI agent who's the guy who plays a creepy character in basically everything he's in, and he's fine, and then there's the main character's love interest who is a cop. This dude is a terrible actor and unfortunately a good amount of the plot rests on his shoulders. The plot itself is so ludicrous though it's impossible for anyone to save it. They tie a supernatural element to the whole thing, combined with a murder mystery and psychological drama and it just bites off way more than it can chew. After a while it gets convoluted to the point that you just want to see it end.

The scares are mediocre at best. There are a few cheap jump scares, but a majority of the movie is atmospheric and slow burning. Unfortunately slow burning comes across as boring when trying to piece together a plot that makes absolutely no sense. I wouldn't say The Pact 2 is an awful movie. There's some promise here, but it's muddled in messy storytelling and a lack of quality scares. Maybe worth watching on a drunken night if you've seen the first movie. Even then, The Pact 2 is a sloppy and forgettable sequel.

Reviewed by David Arnold 2 / 10

Slow, Boring, Unimaginative, And A Complete Waste Of Time

I'm going to get straight to the point here and say that The Pact 2 is absolute garbage and it is definitely one of the worst movies you'll see this year. How anyone can actually think that this is better than the first film is beyond me as well.

I rated the first movie 5-Stars simply because I found it a bit slow going and was a bit hard to stick with, but other than that it was a decent film to watch. This second one, however, doesn't even come close to touching the first one as at least that film had a bit of atmosphere, suspense, and some creepy moments here and there.

This second film one had none of that.

I won't go as far to say that I had huge hopes for this sequel because it's not as if it was being promoted as one of the "scariest" or "creepiest" movies of the year, but it was still a let down and I was hoping for more considering what the first film had.

The acting was pretty poor as well from a couple of the main cast members, the main one being Camilla Luddington who played June Abbott. Her performance was less than convincing and it was more wooden than Pinocchio (probably won't come as a surprise that she's mainly a TV actress). The other pretty poor performance was from Patrick Fischler who played FBI Agent Ballard. I think he was trying to play the character as having this deep, mysterious, many layered persona but just came across as a pretty creepy, but bland, stalker-type of character. Even Mark Steger, who plays Judas, didn't have the same creepy presence as before.

Was the film scary? No. Was it suspenseful? Never. Was it thrilling? Ha, yeh right! What it was, though, was boring, pretty unimaginative, poorly written, poorly acted, and just an utter waste of time.

I'd recommend giving The Pact a watch, but as for this tripe of a sequel, I'd give it a wide berth if I were you.

Reviewed by arfdawg-1 1 / 10

Really Awful

The Plot.

A woman who is plagued by nightmares involving a serial killer learns her dreams have a horrifying connection to the real world.

Slow, plodding, muddled, hard to follow movie.

The acting is horrible.

Especially the guy who plays the FBI agent.

He's got an annoying fey lisp and cannot act his way out of a paper bag. He ruins the movie right out of the box.

But that's not the half of it. The movie is poorly constructed, poorly written, poorly directed and will put you to sleep.

It really sucks.

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