- Release Date : 23/03/2018
- Genre : Horror
- Cast : Christina Hendricks, Bailee Madison, Martin Henderson, Lewis Pullman
- Director : Johannes Roberts
- Duration : 1 hour, 25 minutes
- Language : English
Back in 2008, Bryan Bertino, the writer-director took us on a rollercoaster ride of terror in the movie The Strangers. Now, a decade later, The Strangers: Prey at Night reunites us with the psychopath killers – The Man in the Mask, Pin-UpGirl, and Doll Face who are back in all their horrific glory. Originally written by Bryan Bertino and later adapted by Ben Katai. Let’s find out does this movie live up to the nightmares of its prequel?
A family of four stop over at a trailer park on a road trip. When they arrive they find out that the relatives they were supposed to meet aren’t there and the whole park is mysteriously deserted. As the night goes on, their visit takes a dangerous turn when they realize that they’re not really alone. The victims run around in circles while the stalkers chase them in plain sight.They must fight to survive as three masked psychopaths are on the hunt.
Although the film caters to a tricky genre, horror, which is difficult to get right, it doesn’t fail to incite genuine terror. The pace of the film is a real killer. Starting off slow in order to build the characters’ personalities, the thrills don’t really kick off until later in the film. But The cinematography and the production design create the right atmosphere for the scares.If you’re looking for cheap thrills, this is a knock at the door that you can answer!