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The first Hell House LLC really stuck with me. I enjoyed that movie a lot. The second one ... meh. This one sort of returned to the original premise but with an ending that mostly wraps up the series (maybe).
The cast is decent, the plot ... okay. There's only so many ways you can keep telling this story, so ....
This one was better than the 2nd movie, but like the 2nd movie, this was an unnecessary sequel to the 1st. In horror, there is no need to wrap up loose ends!
Anyway, the first one was good enough that I had to watch the next two, so ... I guess that's why they make sequels.
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