Cameron J.’s review published on Letterboxd:
It was great to see this trio of masked murders back on screen in The Strangers: Prey at Night (dir. Johannes Roberts), but I’d have to say, overall, the original works better in my eyes. Don’t get me wrong, this film has some great shit going for it (the pool scene is brilliant for example) but it was very hard for me to get into this film due to its characters; they all were absolutely atrocious except for maybe the son, Luke. Also, I felt it was a little bit short? Maybe they could have done a bit more in the second act, but what do I know. Anyways, you’ll see me revisiting the first one a lot more frequently, but you’ll probably catch me watching this one immediately after on most occasions because it’s certainly a worthy follow up.