One frightful night was enough; like its ghoulish mascot, the “Halloween” franchise should have been killed long ago.
Instead of being a bold take on the masked-murderer-by-the-lake trope, “Prey at Night” is a hollow shoutout to better films.
It is a slasher set in a time loop, and director Christopher Landon seems to think that premise alone is enough to power the whole film.
“Cult of Chucky” is a disappointing addition to the “Child’s Play” franchise. It does not bring anything new to the Chucky mythos.