I had not ventured in here but I saw it Thursday virtually thanks to a friend and his press access.
Thoughts without being too spoilery:
It is bloody and relentless. The two hour runtime flies by like Usain Bolt. Where the 2018 film is really a rumination on Laurie’s decades long trauma, she is sidelined for the bulk of the film due to injuries sustained in that film and this allows the townspeople who have been terrorized by Michael to rise up and enact their revenge.
There’s a great conversation from this film to be had about how quickly we rise to the mob mentality and how we inevitably become the monster ourself.
Bring Kleenex, I cried at the ending. I knew it was coming from early on and it still hurt like a ton of bricks when it came time.