Brahms- The Boy II

As a continuation of the doll horror, a new family moves into the Heelshire mansion. The peaceful coexistence will soon be disturbed by an uninvited guest …
Liza (Katie Holmes) and her family are planning to move, they have had enough of the big city and are longing for some rest – especially their son Jude (Christopher Convery) for love, who is struggling with mental health problems. Not knowing what has happened at that location in recent decades, they are enthusiastic about the Heelshire mansion and its extensive estate. So a new home has been found, nothing stands in the way of a new start.
The horror begins when Jude finds a porcelain doll buried in the garden while exploring. On his own instructions, he calls her “Brahms”. But since Jude brought his new playmate into the house, strange occurrences have been piling up. Liza in particular is unsettled and looks at the doll with skepticism, while her husband Sean (Owain Yeoman) tries to calm her down.
The situation is becoming more and more threatening and Liza is slowly getting on the brahms track. Can she save herself and her family or is it too late?
Although the first film was not really convincing to critics or audiences, “The Boy” grossed $ 74 million worldwide in 2016 – which is a pretty good result with a comparatively low production cost of 10 million. A well-coordinated team is hired for the sequel: William Brent Bell (“The Devil Inside”) takes over the directorial position again and author Stacey Menear again contributes the script.
Before, the focus was on “The Walking Dead” star Lauren Cohan as the doll’s nanny, now Katie Holmes (“Logan Lucky”) takes over the helm for the second part and brings even more star power. At her side we see Owain Yeoman, who is best known in this country for his role as Wayne Rigsby in “The Mentalist”.
Originally, a theatrical release had already been scheduled for 2019, but the date had to be corrected again. In spring 2020 it will finally be time: “Brahms: The Boy 2” will start on February 20, 2020 in German cinemas. Die-hard horror fans will be pleased that the film has received an FSK age rating of 16 years and older. A significantly higher horror factor is to be expected than in the first part.

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