No sure what exactly means lol. I mean down to the detail? Not exactly, but....
first I noticed the hair was nearly identical to the protagonist which indicated either same person/body or relation at least. Then I noticed that the killers hand was backwards in some scene (don't remember which scene exactly). Then when the protagonist kept touching her head and finding fresh blood and we knew the killers face was bloody from the subway tour guide scene, I figured it was the killers face. Did I turn to the wife and say it was a teratoma? No lol, but I told her the killer was attached to the protagonist backside, I even made a joke about a penis being where her butthole is lol... and when I pointed out the bloody head and bloody killer face, she agreed it could be. Turned out to be right.
It sounds as if I probably liked a bit more than most on here. I thought most of it was fairly well done@returnofjakedog @UVA_Guy81 - watched Don’t Breathe 2 (2021) over the weekend and I agree that it wasn’t horror. Pretty much a cut & dry revenge thriller that was easy to watch but not particularly memorable. Some thoughts:
Could have turned horror if they had the gurl drown in the red box & spent the rest of the run time having the blind man stalk & brutally kill them all in the woods next to the house. Could have been pretty epic if they went that route!
Didn’t care at all for the plot. Am I really supposed to believe that a meth-cooking operation was coordinated enough to track down their leader’s daughter all because they needed her heart to save her crackhead mom? Oh and thanks to one of the goons having a sudden change of heart to allow him to save the girl. That entire climactic sequence was just silly.
And yea that was poor writing/editing to have him walk to their building in time to stop the operation from happening. Needed a buffer in there to delay the operation more.