Sinister 2

Synopsis: Following the events from the first film, a different family; a mother and her 2 sons move into a rural house that's marked for death. When the deputy from the first film learns that this family is next in line to fall to the demon Bhughul, he races before time to stop it and save them from the same fate.
Director(s): Ciarán Foy
Production: Focus Features
  1 win & 3 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
97 min


This is the part where you say,

"Bless me, Father, for I have sinned."


How long since your last confession?

I've, actually, uh...

I've never had a confession before.

You've never had the

Sacrament of Reconciliation?

No, I've never had any sacraments

that I can think of,

not that I can remember.

I mean, I may have had one by accident.

To tell you the truth, I

actually never even been

inside of one of these, or

like a church or anything,

but there was a funeral... I'm sorry.

I didn't know who else to talk to.

You're the deputy from that Oswalt thing.

Well... I'm not on the force anymore.

But you are him, right?



if I... if I tell you something,

it stays between us, right, like lawyers?

Yeah, but I'm gonna ask

you not to tell me anything

that I can't unhear,

if you know what I mean.


Do you believe in evil?

I mean, of course you do, you know.

You mean, do I believe in the supernatural?

Ghosts and demons, and the devil himself.

Something like that, yeah.

This is about your friend, your case.

What did you find?

I don't know, I can't explain it.

It's something, uh...


And you want to know how to stop it.


What do you want me to say?

You should carry a cross and holy water,

and shout, "The power

of Christ compels you?"

Why, would that work?



- You want my professional advice?

- Yes.

You don't stop evil.

You can only protect yourself from it.

Do I believe things that

you're talking about exist?


And I believe they exist to

lure men like you into them.

Stay out of it, whatever it is.

Whatever happened to the Oswalts

is only gonna happen again.

It's a question of when and where.


- What?

- You didn't make the noise. You didn't say the words.

- No, I killed you.

- I shot you in the back.

- You're hit. I got you!

- Uh-uh.

No, I got you, I killed you!

You did not make the noise.

Boys. Boys!

Did you guys take those

out of their packages?

No. They were in a bin like this.

You're putting 'em back.

Pick out your cereal.

Dude, these are so much better than yours.

Yeah, but these are healthy.

You're supposed to pick sugar,

that's the whole point of cereal.

No, no. One box each.

- They all look so good.

- Can we get two each?


You boys stay close, okay?


What is it, Mom?

You boys remember what to do

when Mama says "rutabaga", right?

We run.

Yeah, and stay close together.



- Oh, my God!

- Hey, hey!

Wait, wait a minute. Slow down!

- Dylan!

- What's wrong?

That man back there just

touched one of my boys.

Hey, son. You need to step back.

What'd she tell you?



Yeah, it's her, all right.

Race you inside.



You okay?

What is it?

Okay, well, I think I'm gonna

go finish up work for a bit.

You think you can make

dinner with your brother?



You did good today.

Yeah, hi, I'm calling

about the Jacobs property.

Yeah, I'm looking at the listing.

Uh, is it still available?

Oh, it is.

Okay. No, that's great.

My clients are gonna be

very, very happy about that.

Yes, they, um... they

are aware of the incident.

Yeah, their only question is

has anyone lived on

the property since then?

No one.

It's been vacant for that long?

Okay. No, no, I'll, um...

I'll let them know.

Okay, thanks.


Yeah, sweetie?

- Dinner.

- Okay.

I'll be... I'll be there in a minute.


You okay, baby? What's wrong?


Hey, Dylan. It's just

an old building, baby.

I know.

How long are we gonna be out here?

Not long. I promise.

I'm worried about Dylan.


He's just...

different out here.

Yeah, well...

he'll come around. He will.

But he's gonna need a

little help from his brother.

Do you think you're up for it?


'Cause I really can't do this alone.

I need my boys.

Good night.

Sweet dreams.

- Hi, Milo.

- Hi, Dylan.

What are you doing here?

I have something to show you.

I'm supposed to be asleep.

Your mom just started working.

She'll be out there for hours.

What if she comes back?

She won't.

- How do you know?

- I just know.

Do you trust me?

What's down there?

You'll see.

It's back there.

Come on.

Should I open it?

What's on them?

There's only one way to find out.

How'd you know this was here?

This is where I left it.

Hey, Ted. What are you doing here?

Milo said he was gonna show you the thing.

This one's mine.

We shouldn't be watching this.

Turn it off, Milo. Let's get...


What the hell?




- Hey!

- Whoa, hold on, ma'am.

No, no, no. This is private property.

Wait, wait, wait! No, I was

told the house was for sale.

The listing said it was available.

Doesn't give you a right to be out here.

You're trespassing and you know

it. What are you doing here?

I'm a private investigator.

- Oh, you son of a b*tch.

- What?

- How the f*** did you find me?

- Hold on, what?

Was that your partner back

there at the grocery store?

Partner? No, I work alone.

You listen to me, okay? You listen to me.

- Okay.

- You are not taking them.

He is not taking them,

do you understand me?

- Okay.

- I don't care who his friends are.

- Okay?

- Okay, yeah.

Good, okay.

Okay, you look like a reasonable man.

You do. Are you a reasonable man?


I mean, yeah, I guess.

What's it gonna take?

I mean...

What is he paying you?

I don't have a lot, but I...

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Scott Derrickson

Scott Derrickson (born July 16, 1966) is an American director, screenwriter and producer. He lives in Los Angeles, California. Derrickson is best known for directing numerous horror films, such as The Exorcism of Emily Rose (2005), Sinister (2012), and Deliver Us From Evil (2014), as well as the Marvel Cinematic Universe superhero film Doctor Strange (2016). more…

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