Matthew Parkinson’s review published on Letterboxd:
The Strangers: Prey at Night is the type of movie that has no reason to exist except in hopes of capitalizing on a decade-old movie with the intention of making a few dollars. It's a generic-as-can-be movie that winds up just being a worse version of its predecessor—until it gets too silly near its conclusion to take seriously. It's not scary because it has weak characters and lacks a strong sense of atmosphere. The acting isn't bad, but pretty much everything else about it is. It's a good thing it's barely over 80 minutes long.
Full review: cinemarter.com/strangers-prey-night-2018/