The Lodge Reviews

  • The Lodge
    • Genre : Horror
    • Release Date :
    • MPAA Rating : -
    • Duration : 100 minute(s)
    • Production Budget : -
    • Studio : NEON
    • Official Site : -
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Movie Reviews

  • while the filmmakers' control of mood, menacing atmosphere and unsettling spatial dynamics remains arresting, their story sense grows shaky in a chiller that starts out strong but becomes meandering and repetitive
    by David Rooney [The Hollywood Reporter ]
  • there's genuine fear in Keough's performance as a damaged woman grappling to contain her trauma before it destroys them all, but the movie places too much faith in her ability to carry the material through its aimless of cycle of freaky outbursts
    Review rate : C+ by Eric Kohn [Indiewire ]
  • Riley Keough delivers a career-best performance in this icy psychological horror film; "The Lodge" is cruel and ugly, but with a darkness that's both tactile and tragic
    Review rate : A- by Chael Roffman [Consequence of Sound ]
  • formally rigorous, this strikingly intimate film from Franz and Fiara scarcely features one jump scare; yet, it still shocks, and Veronika Franz and Severin Fiara prove once again they are two of the best in the biz at unsettling cinema
    Review rate : A- by Jordan Ruimy [The Playlist ]
  • an ambitious, expertly crafted, and admittedly kind of ludicrous horror movie; Fiala and Franz know how to draw out the unease through environment, in this case creating a sleepless atmosphere though the low light flowing into their snowbound setting
    Review rate : B+ by A.A. Dowd [AV Club ]
  • "The Lodge" will unsettle you in the moment and leave you thinking about the repercussions of grief, violence, blind faith and manipulation long after the credits roll
    by Jennifer Verzuh [Little White Lies ]
  • "The Lodge" is atmospheric and intriguing enough to appeal to more adventurous viewers; Co-written by Sergio Casci and the directors, the script keeps us guessing
    by Dennis Harvey [Variety ]

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