Brahms: The Boy II Review: An Unnecessary Sequel That Undermines The Original

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Brahms: The Boy II Review: An Unnecessary Sequel That Undermines The Original




Brahms: The Boy II is the latest sequel to 2016’s The Boy, a film directed by William Brent Bell. (There are spoilers for The Boy here, but not for Brahms: The Boy II, so venture forth accordingly.) In The Boy, Greta Evans (Lauren Cohan) works for the wealthy Heelshires, who have a supposedly haunted doll that must be cared for like a real person. Eventually, it’s revealed the doll isn’t actually haunted. Rather, it’s the once-thought dead Heelshire son, also named Brahms, who has been living in the walls and tormenting guests via the doll. In the end, Brahms is presumably killed, only later revealed to be piecing together his old destroyed doll.


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