The Strangers: Prey at Night (2018) is a English movie. Johannes Roberts has directed this movie. Christina Hendricks,Martin Henderson,Bailee Madison,Lewis Pullman are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2018. The Strangers: Prey at Night (2018) is considered one of the best Horror movie in India and around the world.
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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About a week or so ago my girlfriend and I watched the first Strangers movie and remembered again that it's actually a pretty good movie and has it's scary moments in it. So then we realize the second one is in theaters and decided to go see that a couple days ago. I didn't check the ratings on it before going, but now I wish I would've. My girlfriend expected to be scared throughout the movie, but soon after it began we ended up trying to hold back laughter through the entire movie due to the ridiculousness of it. Not one part that was supposed to be scary was scary, instead we're just laughing. Now for some examples of what we found ridiculous.. How the actors and actresses in this movie have not one ounce of survival instincts kicking in, especially in cases where it's 2 on 1 and they just basically accept their fate. Every single member of the family leaves their phones behind as they leave their trailer in an unfamiliar area with nobody else around.. As the brother and sister are running though this big trailer park area with a number of options of places to hide in and run to, one of the three strangers just knows exactly where the kids are going to go to. These strangers can see into the future or something, otherwise I don't know how they can put themselves into every trailer or crevice that these kids running for their lives end up trying to hide in. The girl who comes and knocks on the door at first gets blasted close range in the chest with a shotgun, and miraculously needs a second shot to finally die. Masked man rams into the back of this police SUV the daughter is in, disabling the SUV while his old truck runs like new with the front end being smashed in. The man with the mask is in his truck, which explodes in a huge fire, and continues driving said flaming truck after the daughter. Then he gets out and is able to walk swinging his axe, all without screaming hysterically as his entire body is singed in third degree burns. If there's anything I learned from this movie, it's that the model of truck the strangers drive is an indestructible piece of machinery and should be used by the army in place of the Humvee.
Girlfriend made me watch this with her... now im single,
"Hey let's leave all of our phones unattended in one place even though we're clearly suspicious of a creepy person outside." "Hey let's leave my wife and daughter behind while I go investigate a crime scene." "Hey it's two against one let's not try to defend ourselves whatsoever." "Hey I'm just gonna turn my back and let this waifish girl kill me in front of my daughter without even attempting to fight back." "Hey it's two against one again and also I have a gun, let's NOT shoot the psychopath who killed my mom and just run away. Let's also leave the gun behind and completely forget about it a few moments later." "Hey let's leave my stabbed brother behind without attempting to patch the wound and stop the bleeding in any way." "Hey let's not warn the cop there's a masked killer behind him even though the killer is clearly in my field of vision." "Hey I found a shotgun, let's leave it behind and run away on foot." "Hey I'm a killer with a perfectly functioning vehicle and could quite easily run the wounded 15-year-old over, let's stop and walk outside the car for no reason." why movie, why
The mother basically surrenders to Dollface, someone she could easily have tried to at least kick before letting her stab her multiple times for no reason. The father crashes the car into a wall only to be punctured in the stomach and that's it? Nothing that made the original memorable was present here. Instead, the usual horror cliches are plenty. Goth chick with no reason to hate the world? Check. Cop that gets shot as soon as final girl asks for help? Check. A main killer with superhero strength? Check. Radio/phone that's on loud speaker so it leads to a noise outside announcing the killer has heard them? Check. 80s songs devoid of any real connection to the plot thrown in constantly just to be trendy? Check. Cars on fire crashing and roaming empty streets where absolutely not a single soul spots the ongoing chaos? The trailer park isn't just abandoned, it's zombie-apocalypse abandoned - and it's gigantic. Did I mention not a SINGLE car drives by the entire night, on that gigantic radius, with the exception of said cop who, clearly, gets hits throat slashed the second he gets out of the car. The original was an exercise in atmospheric horror: you felt as if you were there, inside that cabin. You also rooted for the main couple because their story felt genuine. This is, unfortunately, a dud.
If you like movies where characters make cringeworthy irrational decisions, this is the one for you. From not leaving the camp when they should to hiding in a tube instead of running, this movie has it all. I do give props to the killers though, they seemingly knew where everyone was at all times and even where they were going to be. This review is a warning to all, just skip the film or waste your time. P.s. The first Strangers was much better than this.