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A sequel that has nothing to do with the first film,
This review is from: White Noise 2 - The Light [DVD]  (DVD)
This can be considered a sequel only on the most tenuous grounds. None of the characters remain and the nature of the phenomena are entirely different. Nonetheless, this is an enjoyable, light horror movie.
The excellent Nathan Fillion is convincing in the lead role but gets little help from a rather tired script that takes no pains to avoid the various cliches of the genre. Evidently, the number 666 is a numerological reference to a phrase in ancient greek. Really? Our hero gets to find this and other clues laid out implausibly for him in a study, in the way that happens in these films but would be considered preposterous in real life.
There are few surprises here: most of the plot 'revelations' are signalled from miles away. But if you like your horror light and quaintly old-fashioned, this could be for you.