Set one year after the events of the first film, on the anniversary of the flight 180 crash, another group of people find themselves having a close brush with death after being unwittingly saved from a motorway pile-up by a young motorist, Kimberly Corman (A.J. Cook). Who blocks the on-ramp after seeing a vision about a major accident on the road ahead.
Of course, as we all know from the first film, you can't cheat death and so it isn't too long before the fun begins and the 'lucky survivors' subsequently start getting killed off in a series of extremely bizarre and elaborate (and not to mention amusing) ways.
Seeing parallels between these events and those that befell the survivors of flight 180, Kimberly and a young police officer named Burke (Michael Landon), enlist the help of Clear Rivers (Ali Larter reprising her earlier role), soul survivor of the previous film (yes it seems Devon got killed off after all) to see if she can help them beat deaths design for them. But of course, that's going to be no easy task.
Another fun film, with some excellent death scenes. The shot of the guy getting diced by a section of barbed wire fence was absolutely superb and it was good to see Tony Todd back as the creepy undertaker. So if you enjoyed the first movie, you should similarly enjoy this.