"Besides every pregnant woman stands a spirit awaiting reincarnation" The Eye 2 tells the story of Joey Cheng (beautiful, hot, gorgeous and sexy: Shu Qi), a young troubled woman about to commit suicide. She gets rescued and after recovery finds out she's pregnant ... and able to see ghosts. Not just any kind of ghosts. Spirits that have evil on their minds ... or do they? --------------------------------------------- First things first. Any film that catches me off guard with a good jump scare gets a huge fat on my behalf. The Eye did it, and The Eye 2 managed to do it as well. Twice. Spoiler Nope, make that three times. I'm aware that a good jump scare doesn't make a good movie but hey, this film wasn't bad. A bit heavy on the yucks in the first half and surprisingly bloody in the second, The Eye 2 delivers the creepy goods, has nice pacing, great visuals and an interesting story. As much as I enjoyed the first one I think the Pang Brothers did the right thing by giving us a completely new and fresh story here. Not as dramatic or deep as the first one - I'll admit The Eye 2 is a bit flashy - but not just pure eye candy either. We care (well I did) about Joey even though there isn't much background story on her. Ok performance by Shu Qi though, doing a fine job playing a woman on the verge of insanity. We also learn a thing or two about those "new" spirits and it amazes me how somebody can actually turn this ... weirdness ... into something menacing (won't tell ). Recommended viewing. I really had a good time watching. p.s. Hard to top the elevator scene in the The Eye but there's another one in The Eye 2 that came pretty close. Oh yeah, some advice if you happen to be female (and possibly pregnant): Watch this movie only with your legs tightly crossed! :nervous: Hitting DVD three months after it's theatrical run The Eye 2 (R0 / NTSC) comes with a cool shiny cardboard slipcase. Menus are in English which makes navigating easy, and Cantonese (or Mandarin? No idea ...) Video: Presented in anamorphic widescreen (1.85:1) this is a gorgeous looking print. Nice colors, sharp image, you name it. Audio: Cantonese DD 5.1 / Cantonese dts 5.1 / Mandarin DD 5.1. Audio (Cantonese DD 5.1) was pretty good! I imagine those jump scenes wouldn't have half the impact watching this film without a kick ass home theater system. There's some activity from the rear speakers but not really that much. Dialogues are sometimes a bit hard to understand (refering to the volume, not language). Subtitles: Traditional Chinese / Simplified Chinese / Dumb English Extras: A (English written) synopsis of the movie / Alternate Ending (looked interesting but sadly no subs) / Making of (no English subs, only checked a few minutes) / Theatrical Teaser & Trailer / (Funny & bizarre) Trailers from other movies (Golden Chicken 2 or something like that ).