This film is a continuation of the first film using the same characters, only this time Heather's family is in the center. Heather (Caitlin Carmichael) is communicating with Agent Walker (Michael Behn) who spies on them through cameras in their home. He also has control over lights and doors, the major scare effects. Agent Walker is...from another dimension? They call in Dr. Dan (Chip Coffey) to help.
Michael Behn and his common law wife Jennifer Blanc-Biehn, have been making films together for quite some time and have a small following, of which I am not one of their big fans. This film is shot mostly through the cameras in the home and for realism have electronic blips on them, something I have never encountered. The film was boring and simply serves as a filler to the next installment. Like so many of these found footage type of productions, the DVD cover is the last scene in the film. I was thankful no one was dragged across the ground for that final scene. I am really getting tired of that one. If you didn't get into the first one, I would recommend a pass on this one.
Review by Michael Ledo from the Internet Movie Database.