The Strangers: Prey at Night
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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 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. Johannes Roberts (whose shark diving thriller 47 Meters Down was a smash hit) directs this horror film featuring Christina Hendricks, Bailee Madison, Martin Henderson and Lewis Pullman, inspired by the 2008 classic The Strangers.
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-=[ SPOILER ALERT ]=- The villains have just killed and mutilated the aunt and uncle. The father/husband, after seeing this, finds a gun in the house. He then sees a guy standing in the middle of the street (in a community that is supposed to be empty) with a burlap sack over his head, with an axe. What does dad do? He gives the killer a 5 second warning count. Next, the father and son find the wife/mother stabbed to death. The father is then injured and pinned in the car, so he gives the son the gun to go find his sister. When the boy and girl come across the girl who killed their mother, the boy points the gun at her and tells her to drop the knife. He won't pull the trigger, so the sister tries to get the gun to shoot her. Instead, the brother drags the sister out of there, leaving the killer there to pick up her knife and give chase. Later, though, the brother has no problem bashing her skull in with a golf club and stabbing the male killer with a knife... but a gun!?!? At least in the end the sister does blow one killer away with a shotgun and kills the other one as well. By the end of the movie I was rooting for the bad guys to kill everyone except the daughter/sister - the only one with any sense about her.
It's this "oh my gosh, I can't shoot a bad guy" mentality that really turns me off. Not only that, but there are several questions left unanswered. For example, why was the daughter/sister kicked out of school and being shipped off to boarding school? The only reason ever even hinted at was that she skipped class. Really? For that you get shipped off to boarding school?
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The dad is dying, so instead of grabbing the bad guy, right next to him, to help save his kids, all he does is beg, "stop, please". So dumb.Read more