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Katy Nemolyaeva

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The Strangers: Prey at Night, is a very terrifying movie that came out March 9, 2018 and directed by Johannes Roberts. The movie is rated R and based all on true events. This 2018 film version is actually a sequel of the 2008 Strangers. The 2008 movie, which was directed by Bryan Bertino, made $82.4 million dollars on just a $9 million dollar budget. The two movies have a very similar story line that are based on the true killings of the Manson family Tate murders .

 

Both versions of the movie take place in the rurals of South Carolina. The Strangers, released in 2008, features Gemma Ward, Liv Tyler, and Scott Speedman. The 2008 version features a couple who rent a summer home and are terrorized by the three masked murder family. The 2018 film is very similar, however, instead of a couple renting a summer home, it’s an entire family who is forced to move to a different state because of their daughter’s mistakes. While they are looking for a home, they stay in a trailer in a trailer park. The cast consists of some of the actors who played in the last movie such as Liv Tyler and Gemma Ward. Bailee Madison, the daughter, and Martin Henderson, the husband/ dad, are some of the two new actors. In my opinion I think the original and sequel are very well thought out, and I would definitely recommend it for anyone who is looking for a good thrilling scare.

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