I agree with the others here that say the second installment in the Victor Crowley story was not as plain and uninteresting as the first film. The killings he's up to this time are more bloody, more gruesome and more disgusting, including skinning a person, which is quite lovely. I found some parts laughable and Danielle Harris was a good addition to the cast. Overall, I'd say this is a surprisingly good sequel.
Kooky and ghouly! How to can I love without you, Vic Crowely! For gore driven vehicles, this one delivers where others fail! There's just something about going back to the roots of a genre and not subverting it but respecting it that leads itself to a cinematic experience that contains more soul than you normally see. But with all that bullshit said, if you're a fan of this, you should love it!