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Strangers: Prey at Night

Strangers: Prey at Night

23 Mar, 2018
1 hrs 25 mins
376 votes
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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.
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Verdict: A disturbing take on the 2008 nightmare. Back in 2008, writer-director Bryan Bertino took us on a rollercoaster ride of terror in The Strangers. Now, a decade later, The Man in the Mask, Pin-Up Girl, and Doll Face are back in all their horrific glory. Originally written by Bryan Bertino and later adapted by []... ...Read full review
Its easy to make fun of our brand of horror cinema. In fact, even calling it our brand is slightly embarrassing, as anyone who has ever been brave enough to sit through a Vikram Bhatt production would confirm. But the next time you sit and giggle at Raaz XVII or whatever, remind yourself that while Indian horror movies are the pits, Hollywood - at least mainstream Hollywood, anyway - isnt faring much better. While were still recycling plots that would seem dated even in the 1960s, Hollywood has realised that it doesnt take much effort to make money with horror. Imagine how Aamir Khan must have felt the moment it dawned on him that he could print money just by letting the Chinese watch his movies. Thats the motivation behind most horror you watch these days. ...Read full review
Back in 2008, `The Strangers` added some subtext to the slasher genre; the treatment was like Japanese horror films and tense atmosphere really worked out well. Ten years later, the sequel tries to build on the same ideas. The killer trio of masked killers return, this time to haunt a family of four at a deserted trailer park. The slow pace and the lack of thrills murder the prospects of this moody horror flick. ...Read full review
Loosely inspired by the Manson Family murders, 2008s low-budget home invasion horror The Strangers took a familiar set-up and turned it into something grimly effective and horribly memorable. It was a no-nonsense 85-minute shock to the system about a couple, played by Liv Tyler and Scott Speedman, who find themselves tormented by three masked killers. The scariest thing about the film wasnt the delicate buildup or the third-act gore but a simple, chilling exchange that was widely used in its marketing campaign. During the climax, while tied up, Tylers character asks her aggressors why theyre torturing them. Then follows an emotionless reply: Because you were home. ...Read full review
The best thing about The Strangers Prey at Night is that it actually fixes some of the problems of the original movie. The biggest criticism of the first film was the lack of variety in the contained environment of the house here the family is being stalked at a weird outdoor location so theres some diversity in where the good guys could hide and be ultimately be on the wrong end of the masked monsters knives. ...Read full review