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Plot: A family's road trip takes a dangerous turn when they arrive at a secluded mobile home park to stay with some relatives and find it mysteriously deserted. Under the cover of darkness, three masked psychopaths pay them a visit to test the family's every limit as they struggle to survive. Written by… Runtime: 85 min Release Date: 04 May 2018
First off I have to say that I am a big fan of 80s slasher movies. They are my favorite subgenre of horror films. I'd much rather see one of the Friday the 13th sequels than a bleak, depressing horror film. The original Strangers was a good film. It was creepy and very bleak. It's not a film I can rewatch often because it is so downbeat. This sequel is one that I could rewatch over and over again. Probably as many times as I have seen Friday the 13th part 2. It's just an all around fun slasher flick. It's not near as scary as the original but I found it to be miles more <more>
entertaining. The actors all did a good job and I liked the characters and was rooting for them to survive throughout the film despite some of the dumb decisions that some of the characters made. But ALL horror films have characters making dumb decisions. One of the classics is Evil Dead which features a character walking into the woods in the middle of the night because she hears someone calling her name. Horror movie characters are notorious for making dumb decisions. Overall this was a FUN time at the movies and I would easily go see it again at the theater. The pool scene was awesome!
Why is everyone rating this sequel so low??? (by pocketfoxy)
I almost didn't watch this movie based on previous user reviews. Whew, I am so happy I went with the few that loved it, as I did! I thoroughly enjoyed from start to finish. I loved the original and felt the sequel was just as good as the first! Atmospheric and tense tone, paced well, and some surprises I did not expect that did not happen in the original . If you are a fan of the first, you will certainly enjoy this treat! The movie has an 80's throwback theme that I found nostalgic.
TERRIFYING, EXHILARATING AND FRESH!! (by produpp)
I lay my cards on the table and admit I'm a huge fan of the original movie and I'm not sure if that makes me the ideal or the worst audience. I was excited to revisit The Strangers universe, if you like, but equally, I was nervous this was going to be a simple cash in job that in truth belongs in the Target DVD section gathering dust. But very quickly my Home Entertainment fears evaporated and were replaced with gripping fear, electric excitement and raw anticipation - a feeling I remember oh so fondly from sitting in a theater watching the original! This is the type of horror that <more>
reminds me why making the trip to see it on the big screen is still very much worth it as the audiences reactions, the gasps and squeals, is all part of the fun, key to the experience. I hadn't actually realised the director is the same dude behind 47 Metres Down, a movie I also saw in the theater last year and loved that as well, so I guess I'm a new fan. I'm undoubtedly a fan of Prey At Night, worthy of a second theater viewing me thinks.
Awkward, disjointed, and un-balance, but a great movie! (by mm-39)
Pure evil is irrational and with out motive is the premise of The Strangers: Prey at Night. Movie directors usually make an effort not to create a disjointed movie. The Strangers turns the disjointed weakness into the strongest attribute for the viewers. Viewers experience an unbalance and disjointed feel to reflect the craziness of the strangers irrational and motiveless behavior. I will not give away too much of the story. Many intentional horror movie homages are inserted into the movie which creates a good scare! The viewer will notice 80's music with dark lighting, shadows, camera <more>
angle shots, the ending plays homages to the Texas Chainsaw massacre, Halloween, Friday 13th etc. The sub-stories builds empathy for the family with themes about family bonding and the distractions of modern life. The viewer and the family characters is assaulted and plunged from normalcy into a world of a deranged man with a sack over his head terrifying and chasing the victims with an ax while playing 80's power ballets with help form his deranged friends. Prey at Night asks the question why, which the film never answers. The Strangers robotic physical acting leave the viewer with a cold and a distant feeling, which make The Strangers: Prey at Night one of the best horror movies in the last 5 years.
This is beyond amazing for a sequel. I was so impressed with it all. The beginning was a little slow but that was the case for the original too. The music is perfect. The cinematography. The acting of the kids! My absolute new favorite slasher! And I love horror movies. I wanna watch it again Stays very true to the original with familiar elements. Doesn't disappoint. Go see!!
Liked the first Strangers, but this one is better (by keithwimmer)
This version adds two more innocents to join as two more potential victims of this mini-cult who may have originated right out of thin air as far as anyone knows. But that's great, creepy and mysterious. Though this takes place in trailer park that is used only during tourist season-and it is not tourist season-there is enough terror and suspense sustained to keep the quite entertaining. It is a slasher-but not a hard-core blood-fest, but neither is "Psycho" I found the characters realistic and Bailee Madison's performance great. Hope we'll see her more in some movies <more>
like this. This movie is worth a see if you like slasher/suspense movies.
The first enjoyable horror film of 2018. (by dyliebar5)
The Strangers: Prey at Night is the sequel to the 2008 horror film, The Strangers. The first film was a home invasion film, and this movie is pretty much the same exact thing, but a lot more over the top. The first film was a slow moving, but only occasionally suspenseful movie and this movie picks up the pace a lot more. Now just because a movie is more fast-paced than the other, it doesn't make it better, but in this case, it does. The first movie did drag quite a bit, and the first time I saw the first, I fell asleep. Don't get me wrong, I like slow-paced, suspense horror films, <more>
but the first Strangers movie just didn't do it for me! This movie, however, was never boring! This movie feels like a cheesy 80s slasher movie, and I enjoyed it! This movie has all the cheesy acting, illogical moments, and completely incompetent characters of a slasher movie, and I did find it entertaining! As negative as critics are treating this movie, I do find this movie to be kind of a breath of fresh air compared to most of those supernatural horror films we get all the damn time! There is some neat gore, even though there isn't a big amount of gore, while there is no tension, some scenes do manage to be exciting, and there really isn't a dull moment! Not everybody is going to like this movie, if you are looking for a genuinely great movie with proper character depth, suspense all the way through and Oscar-worthy performances, The Strangers: Prey at Night is not the movie for you! If you want an 80 minute thrill ride that is fun, check it out, you'll be more than satisfied!
A Great Throwback to 80's Slasher Films (by B_Light)
The main influence behind this movie was John Carpenter and it shows. If you go in expecting to be scared, you'll be disappointed. If you want a fun slasher film, something we've seen little of lately, you're in for a ride. I dug the music score, which was obviously Carpenter inspired and the 80's soundtrack made the movie even more enjoyable. The way the movie makes cliches seem refreshing is awesome, every slasher trope makes an appearance here and it somehow never feels tired. The killers are awesome and playful, although one death was underwhelming, everything else was <more>
amazing. Great work from everyone, especially Bailee Madison who gives a hell of a performance. The movie is thrilling, atmospheric, and always a good time especially when you're with friends or in a packed theater.
A pretty well made and effective slasher flick. (by Hellmant)
'THE STRANGERS: PREY AT NIGHT': Four Stars Out of Five A sequel to the hit 2008 slasher flick 'THE STRANGERS', about three masked killers terrorizing a couple at a remote country home. In this film the same psychopaths torment a new family, as they're supposed to be visiting relatives in an unexpectedly deserted mobile home park. It stars Christina Hendricks, Martin Henderson, Bailee Madison and Lewis Pullman. The movie was directed by Johannes Roberts who also helmed the 2017 killer shark horror flick '47 METERS DOWN' , and it was scripted by Bryan Bertino and <more>
Ben Ketai. The film has received mostly negative reviews from critics, but it is a decent hit at the Box Office though. I think it's a pretty well made and effective slasher flick. Cindy Hendricks and Mike Henderson , and their two teenagers, Kinsey Madison and Luke Pullman , are moving in with some family relatives in a secluded mobile home park. When they arrive at the park, no one is apparently home, and a note is left for them telling them to let themselves into their trailer. After a strange girl comes knocking at the door, multiple times, looking for someone they don't know, Cindy and Mike become suspicious for their family's safety. Their fears turn out to be justified, as they soon find themselves under vicious attack, from three masked strangers looking to terrorize them. The movie is really dark, brutally violent, and disturbing. It's well filmed and acted, and there's some decent character development in the first half. It's basically just a really violent fright-fest, which is fine with me because I enjoy those. I'd say it's about as well made and effective as the original, but just a little less original not surprisingly . For a sequel it's definitely not bad at all, despite what critics say.