In this sequel to 2008's The Strangers, Christina Hendricks plays the matriarch of a family of four on vacation who stop at an isolated trailer park for the night, where they're antagonized by three masked murderers. The twisted trio of Dollface, Pin-Up Girl, and the Man in the Mask toy with the family as they desperately try to survive. Martin Henderson, Bailee Madison, and Lewis James Pullman co-star. Directed by Johannes Roberts.~Kaitlin Elise Miller
It’s terrible. The movie itself is a mess. However, it is really funny to watch. And I know horror movies aren’t supposed to necessarily be funny but the entire plot line, the over dramatic acting and just the sheer humanity of the antagonists are hilarious.
The Strangers Prey At Night! Wow this was a huge improvement! Way better than the first movie. Tons more action and definitely way more violent I’d say. I’m not sure what the difference is in the Unrated version, but it was pretty nasty at times! The music was really good too and fit with the movie. You wouldn’t think 80’s music would work, but it does fit really well. The movie feels like a 80’s horror movie slasher throwback too. Good fun sequel, hope to see a 3rd one. I’d definitely recommend to horror fans.
The Strangers: Prey at Night is a surprisingly effective film that overcomes a slow, uninteresting opening act with an intensive, no-holding-back series of violent events. The killers are frightening, silent machines of mayhem, which allows the emphasis to remain on the grotesque violence. It's very atmospheric and smartly scored, too. Don't give up during the first act. The second and third act payoffs are well worth the wait. Universal's Blu-ray is fine, featuring solid enough video under the movie's overwhelming dark constraints, excellent audio, and a handful or throwaway extras. Recommended.