Two years later Mark Duplass returns as the creep, this time going by the name Aaron, which was the name of the victim in the previous film. His new target is Sara (Desiree Akhavan), a struggling YouTuber whose dreadfully artistic video series involves responding to the Craigslist ads of lonely people. When "Aaron" posts an ad for a videographer job, Sara decides to put her failing series on hold to make some money for a change. She meets Aaron at his house and the creepiness begins immediately as he directs her into making a documentary about his life.
The trailer I glimpsed prior to watching the movie led me to believe Duplass's character might have met his match this time. There's a little bit of that going on, which makes for some of the film's funniest moments, but it's apparent that the creep isn't just lying to Sara, he's lying to the audience as well—he's always got something up his sleeve and he's not to be trusted about anything, including the glimpses into his (possibly made-up) past.
So am I left with a burning desire to see a Creep 3 someday? Not really, but if it turns up on Netflix, I'm probably gonna watch it.