An unused end to The Strangers: Prey at Night confirmed the fate of serial killer Man In The Mask. The original, The Strangers, was a terrible movie about a couple who was scared of three masked killers in their isolated home. The film was all about the fear of slow burning and ended with a very dark note. Although it was a surprising success, it took a decade to get a sequel. Immediately after the success of the film, a continuation in the production should go, and Liv Tyler should come back in the opening scene for a cameo, but eventually became the hell of development.
The director Johannes Roberts (47 meters below) finally took over the project and opted for a sequel that was not as dark as the original. The Strangers: Prey At Night follows a family of four harassed by a trailer park abandoned by serial killers. Although the film is not exactly a reboot, it does not contain any obvious approval of the first movie. The sequel is more in line with the films of the 1980s, the synthesizer-inspired score and the direct connection of John Carpenter’s Christine.
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The Strangers: Prey at Night could have been a late sequel, but it was a funny horror movie. He had also made the courageous decision to seemingly kill all three of his key rascals, although in the end he notes with a note that perhaps one of them has survived. Well, actor William Willet (through Bloody Disgusting) revealed an untapped end in which he played a doctor who was killed by a seriously burned man in the mask who somehow survived his many deadly wounds. More pictures of this invisible end can be found in the link above.
The Strangers: Prey at Night is currently ending with the two survivors in a secure hospital, just to panic the teenager’s kinsey when she hears an eerie knock on the door. It is a subtle ending, suggesting that one of the killers has lived or that he will spend the rest of his life being harassed that night. It is also unlikely that the Mask Man could survive by burning, being impaled on a piece of glass and hit on the head with a baseball bat. Since the sequel does not suggest the supernatural nature of the killers, this was not the right move. his return surprise.
Following the success of The Strangers: Prey At Night, Johannes Roberts has been hired to direct the resumption of the Resident Evil movie. There were no details of the plot for the new movie, but an interview with screenwriter Greg Russo suggested that the script was heavily inspired by Resident Evil VII: Biohazard, which brought the series to its horror roots. In other words, Russo is no longer part of the project, so he may have changed his address. James Wan recently confirmed that despite the reports, he is no longer affiliated with Resident Evil’s producer.