A family's road trip takes a dangerous turn when they arrive at a secluded mobile home park to stay with some 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. Written by
When the Mom and daughter are leaning against the van talking early in the film, the daughter is showing a white bra strap. In other scenes later when the daughter's bra strap is showing it's black, even though she never changed clothes. See more »
I killed one of your's... how's that feel huh? How does that fucking feel?
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First off I have to say that I am a big fan of 80s slasher movies. They are my favorite subgenre of horror films. I'd much rather see one of the Friday the 13th sequels than a bleak, depressing horror film.
The original Strangers was a good film. It was creepy and very bleak. It's not a film I can rewatch often because it is so downbeat. This sequel is one that I could rewatch over and over again. Probably as many times as I have seen Friday the 13th part 2. It's just an all around fun slasher flick. It's not near as scary as the original but I found it to be miles more entertaining.
The actors all did a good job and I liked the characters and was rooting for them to survive throughout the film despite some of the dumb decisions that some of the characters made. But ALL horror films have characters making dumb decisions. One of the classics is Evil Dead which features a character walking into the woods in the middle of the night because she hears someone calling her name. Horror movie characters are notorious for making dumb decisions.
Overall this was a FUN time at the movies and I would easily go see it again at the theater. The pool scene was awesome!
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