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Strange Files - Prey by Night

episode 1.4

USA 2020
produced by
Sparkle Soojian, Anthony Piseno, Michael S. Rodriguez for MSR Studios
directed by Anthony Piseno
starring Amanda Renae, Nikki Jones Curtis, Sparkle Soojian (also host), Jener Dasilva, Heather Roberts, Heather Marie Peterson, Michael S. Rodriguez, Robert Vargas
written by Anthony Piseno, music by Tricia Minty, werewolf created by Robert Vargas, series created by Michael S. Rodriguez

TV series
Strange Files

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Nancy's (Amanda Renae) mother (Heather Roberts) and boyfriend (Jener Dasilva) have both been killed before her very eyes by what she describes to be a wolf - which is of course highly unlikely, since wolves are not local to the regions, and none of the local zoos reported an escaped wolf. To overcome her experience and make sense of it all, Nancy is in psychiatric treatment with Dr. Brooks (Nikki Jones Curtis), who slowly uncovers more and more of Nancy's history with both her mother and her boyfriend, like that her boyfriend was essentially an abusive asshole while her mother always took his side, and from the looks she gave him one could suspect she had lusted after him herself. Now none of this sounds ideal but then again hardly anything totally unusual. Then though Dr. Brooks stumbles upon the story about her favourite teacher Dr. Price (Sparkle Soojian), who took a very distinct interest in her life and career, and she didn't approve about Nancy's boyfriend one bit, so much so that she and Nancy eventually got into a fight over him. And shortly after that ... but does that even make sense? And how does a wolf fit into all of this? And is Dr. Brooks sure her asking these questions is the right (as in safe) way to go even?


A fun piece of horror that admittedly might give away its ending way too soon, but as in good, old-fashioned short stories, not only of the horror variety, it's not always the ending that really counts but the way to get there - in other words good storytelling. And indeed, this film puts an original spin on the werewolf genre while staying close to the characters rather than action setpieces - and thanks to a steady yet not hasty pace and solid performances, this one manages to entertain throughout.


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