Mika Strouse’s review published on Letterboxd:
The long anticipated sequel, is not what you would expect. If you’re looking for a continuous of the first you might be disappointed. Prey At Night might have the same villains, that break into random houses killing all in sight, but with this installment to the franchise it offers up a fresh perspective that keeps you interested throughout.
With a bright 80s visual estectic, that is a change of pace from the gritty original. Gives me hope for future installments being different, instead of a repeat formula. The wide zoom shots that hang a little too long, makes one feel uneasy, almost like you’re there. Was what made this film stand out too me, and even though the acting is lacking for the most part. You might not care if their murdered, which isn’t really a bad thing, when it comes to film such as this.