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      One of the most effective chillers of the year. It presents images that will lodge themselves in your mind long after you leave the cinema.

      Full Review | Original Score: 4/5 | Nov 11, 2022

      Dark and dripping with stomach-turning, ample dread, and incredible lead performance, The Lodge isn’t a perfect movie, but damn does it not take up a heavy residence in your brain.

      Full Review | Oct 28, 2022

      The performances are rock-solid especially from Riley Keough who digs deep into her character’s damaged psyche without ever overplaying the inner-turmoil.

      Full Review | Original Score: 4/5 | Aug 23, 2022

      The performances are spot on, especially Riley Keough who is fortunate to have her grandfather Elvis Presley's eyes, but more fortunate to have exceeded his acting abilities.

      Full Review | Original Score: 3/5 | Aug 12, 2022

      The cumulative disorientation of The Lodge is a testament to the control exercised by Franz and Fiala.

      Full Review | Original Score: 3/4 | Feb 21, 2022

      Compared with old Hammer horror films, there is more atmosphere, but the same or less character development. While not quite up to Hammer's LET ME IN or THE WOMAN IN BLACK, it has its moments.

      Full Review | Original Score: 6/10 | Feb 12, 2021

      The Lodge may be mostly set in the great outdoors it is, nonetheless, a claustrophobic thriller that plays on dark psychological trauma.

      Full Review | Original Score: 3/5 | Jan 30, 2021

      A one-way road trip to atmospheric terror.

      Full Review | Original Score: B+ | Jan 29, 2021

      Irredeemable shite. "The Lodge" is a mean-spirited, ignorant assault on Cinema, and on its audience.

      Full Review | Original Score: F | Jan 9, 2021

      I could not wait for this movie to end, but then I am not a fan of this sort of movie anyway. It is a particularly bad viewing choice on a cold, snowy winter's night when I am feeling isolated by a deadly pandemic.

      Full Review | Original Score: C | Jan 9, 2021

      Perfectly paced, each film places viewers in purgatory along with the protagonists.

      Full Review | Dec 30, 2020

      A deliberately ambiguous and paranoid work, provoking the audience not only to speculate on each character's motivation but what precise kind of a thriller the film is.

      Full Review | Original Score: 8/10 | Dec 25, 2020

      The most bone-chilling developments come not from the supernatural but from the human psyche, and the bleak ironies may stick with you long after watching.

      Full Review | Original Score: 4.5/5 | Oct 14, 2020

      I feel like [the storyline's] completely original and completely well-thought-out.

      Full Review | Original Score: 8/10 | Oct 12, 2020

      The Lodge suffers from an exceedingly (and excessively) deliberate midsection that pushes the slow-burn aesthetic well past its breaking point...

      Full Review | Original Score: 2/4 | Aug 13, 2020

      this new spin on old fairy tales tropes is loaded with great performances, fun jolts, and unexpected surprises

      Full Review | Aug 7, 2020

      Chilling in its constant ambiguity, Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala's film thrives in keeping the viewer in a perennial state of suspicion over the characters' motives.

      Full Review | Original Score: 3/5 | Jul 26, 2020

      The Lodge is the latest high brow horror delight with a hard focus on characters who are very uncomfortable around each other. Add in a dash of religious cult repression and you got yourself a solid horror flick in the vein of The Shining and The Thing.

      Full Review | Original Score: 8/10 | Jul 15, 2020

      The pacing of The Lodge is meant to bring a slow burn to its suspense, but the movie seems to forget there's really no suspense at all to this story and its inevitable ending.

      Full Review | Jul 14, 2020

      Its terror is a slow, methodical, building dread that seeps into your bones and lives within you, like a bad memory you can't forget.

      Full Review | Original Score: B+ | Jul 8, 2020

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