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Film Review - The House Next Door: Meet the Blacks 2

MEET THE BLACKS 2 B

“Meet the Blacks” opened in 2016 to limited box office and horrific reviews, and director Deon Taylor has been trying to distance himself from the feature, working on a steady stream of low-budget thrillers with limited marketplace impact (including “The Intruder,” “Traffik,” “Black and Blue,” and last year’s “Fatale”). “The House Next Door: Meet the Blacks 2” is a sequel that doesn’t really want to be a sequel (the “Meet the Blacks 2” part of the title doesn’t appear onscreen), and it’s not a project that’s been rushed into theaters, with the helmer completing work on the movie four years ago. There’s no reason for a “Meet the Blacks” continuation, and Taylor once again makes a braindead comedy incredibly difficult to sit through, showing no aptitude for funny business or even horror happenings, and one gets the feeling he’s almost ashamed of the film, keeping his distance from any noticeable directorial influence. Read the rest at Blu-ray.com

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