Not bad. The animation wasn't bad at all. It's definitely getting better every film. Try to cut down on camera bumps a little more.
Also, again vary your camera angles. That's kind of the difference between a professional-looking brickfilm and a beginner brickfilm. In your first film I think that you did that a little bit. Get some closeup shots. I don't know if you saw my little Brikwars trailer, but you'll notice that instead of using massively wide and long camera angles, I did a lot of closeups. It will add to the realism. Real films hardly ever use those big, high camera angles. They use lower, closer angles.
You got a little happy with the blood there, huh. For a minute there I thought it was Old Faithful. Then I realized it was red and coming out of his chest.
If I were you, I would make an account on Brickfilms.com and post your films in the Post and Review forum. You will get a lot of constructive criticism there, as well as see other people's films.
Warning: They don't like gory films there. Don't expect high praise from them.