This eminently respectable follow-up to John McNaughton's shocker is a chilling exploration of miserable malaise that unfolds at the intersection of blue-collar despair and stone psychosis. Like the first HENRY, it opens with a grisly, deeply unsettling montage of dead
bodies: men and women, young and not young, strangled, stabbed and suffocated at home, in wooded thickets and in vacant lots. Unrepentant serial killer Henry (Neil Giutoli), a nondescript lug with an unsettlingly bland face, is introduced as he prepares to murder an anonymous woman (Penelope
Milford) for no apparent reason. Having seen the first film sheds little light into the darkness of his psycho...