Tim McClelland’s review published on Letterboxd:
I am a huge fan of He Never Died. It was a very unique film with a dark sense of humor and a dynamite twist at the end so when I found out they made a spiritual sequel of sorts with She Never Died, I was intrigued. I decided to give it a watch and I was honestly no to disappointed. It's not as good as the first film, but it gives us another great character to follow and I even really liked the end of this movie even though it didn't pack the surprise the first film did. This film also didn't feel like it had the same sense of humor the first one did, which I felt detracted from the experience a bit. However, the end of this one felt like it had big implications for a possible third film, which I would be all to happy to see given what they set up. If a third film were to materialize, I would love to see Henry Rollins come back and maybe team up with Lacy from this film. This movie kept me entertained and I loved the character so I'm happy with the results. It could've been better, but for a sequel with little connection to the first film, it was decent.