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Release Date:
February 7, 2020

| R

Summary:

A family retreats to their remote winter cabin over the holidays. When the father (Richard Armitage) is forced to abruptly depart for work, he leaves his children, Aidan (Jaeden Martell) and Mia (Lia McHugh) in the care of his new girlfriend, Grace (Riley Keough). Isolated and alone, a blizzard traps them inside the lodge as terrifyingA family retreats to their remote winter cabin over the holidays. When the father (Richard Armitage) is forced to abruptly depart for work, he leaves his children, Aidan (Jaeden Martell) and Mia (Lia McHugh) in the care of his new girlfriend, Grace (Riley Keough). Isolated and alone, a blizzard traps them inside the lodge as terrifying events summon specters from Grace’s dark past.… Expand

Genre(s):

Drama, Thriller, Horror

Rating:

R

Runtime:
108 min

So TWISTED! Best seen in a cold theater, on a cold, dark night. Can’t believe that was Alicia Silverstone. Great to see her again. The set-up is wild, and the execution is reminiscent of The Shining and other spine-tinglers. I can see this running on the late night circuit.

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Great, depressing, eerie, sideways movie. It was a bit slow unraveling, but what a ride with cutting tension, Acting was excellent. Not the typical hollywood farce of cheap tricks and tempo led storytelling. Riley Keough’s resistance is well played and one can’t keep from feeling TheGreat, depressing, eerie, sideways movie. It was a bit slow unraveling, but what a ride with cutting tension, Acting was excellent. Not the typical hollywood farce of cheap tricks and tempo led storytelling. Riley Keough’s resistance is well played and one can’t keep from feeling The Shining like dread Riley’s fight plays out. 9/10 from me. Kudos to Fiala and Franz, the directors.… Expand

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Sadly, this movie is going criminally under noticed. This stylish, provocative, terrifying, disturbing horror thriller is brimming with strong performances all around. The movie centers on a pair of siblings who go away with their father and his new girlfriend after their mother hasSadly, this movie is going criminally under noticed. This stylish, provocative, terrifying, disturbing horror thriller is brimming with strong performances all around. The movie centers on a pair of siblings who go away with their father and his new girlfriend after their mother has committed suicide. It’s uncomfortable to say the least. And things get worse when the father had to leave for business. You see Grace the father’s new girl suffered trauma some time ago when she was the only survivor of a suicide cult. Strange occurrences begin to happen from her missing clothes, to their loss of power and creepy voices and visions. The atmosphere is thick with dread and the movie is psychologically tormenting. The movie feels surreal and it’s such a strange( in a good way) cinematic experience. I knew from pretty early on what was going to happen but I didn’t know to what degree and was still shocked as things began to roll out. This was the movie I wanted Hereditary to be it’s a aesthetically pleasing waking nightmare of a film. I would also like to point out Alicia Silverstone does the best work of her career here. In a small role she makes an amazing impression and in my opinion deserves some awards buzz.4.25/5… Expand

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The plot twists don’t always work, but an impressively dark atmosphere and standout performance from Riley Keough will keep you on the edge of the seat through the film’s entire runtime. The slow-burn buildup isn’t for everyone, but fans of the genre will find The Lodge a satisfying entry.

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The Lodge has it’s moments but overall doesn’t budget time well and isn’t engaging enough to achieve the atmospheric terror that it’s trying to create.5.5 out of 10

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This is mediocre at best. I find the screenplay to be rather bland with some pretty cringy director moves. This is not a horror film. If you came to get scared, do not bother buying a ticket. This is a pure psychological thriller movie that leaves your head on a swivel on multipleThis is mediocre at best. I find the screenplay to be rather bland with some pretty cringy director moves. This is not a horror film. If you came to get scared, do not bother buying a ticket. This is a pure psychological thriller movie that leaves your head on a swivel on multiple occasions. Although there are many instances where you are thinking a scare will come, it never happens. The plot seems redundant, with some easily recognizable outcomes to surface while the character development seems to draw blank about 30 minutes in. This movie is also ver boring even though it was suppose to show suspense most of the time. The acting and cast seemed to be one of the weaker parts to the film. With Keough taking majority of the film, I thought she did great. The rest however, not so good. The rest of the cast seem to lack development and do not provide a chemistry that is needed for a film that has this small of a cast. There is only 4 main characters throughout the entirety of the film because most of it is at the Lodge. The cinematography is good. There were some interesting shots with the snow that enhanced the thriller aspect that is not normally seen in this category, which was enjoyable. There is a balance of good and bad, but I do not see the light at the end of the tunnel for this one. Not too bright. This is a film that is beyond predictable, with mediocre screenplay, and below average acting. In the end, cinematography can’t save everything. The Lodge is definitely a movie that you wanna see once and never ever ever again.… Expand

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Wow…. How have the Metacritic scores not gone into the red? I saw the ending coming from a mile away. This whole movie could’ve been avoided, the dad was so f’ing stupid. At least all the malevolent people in the movie died.

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