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      The Lodge Reviews

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

      Full Review | Dec 30, 2020

      Keough's work is so strong, so effective, that by the time we learn the ultimate fate of Grace, we would have bought into any of the possible options.

      Full Review | Original Score: 3.5/4 | Feb 25, 2020

      While The Lodge isn't as hearty as the horror films it desperately wants to emulate, the filmmakers have concocted a heavy stew of emotions, left on a low simmer.

      Full Review | Original Score: 3/4 | Feb 22, 2020

      If "The Lodge" doesn't answer all the questions it poses, that's okay. Its strength lies in its ability to stir a reaction, and that feeling lasts longer than its explanations. It's a trip you won't forget.

      Full Review | Original Score: B | Feb 21, 2020

      "The Lodge" isn't a perfect treat. But for those who like their movies dark and disturbing, it does the trick.

      Full Review | Original Score: 2.5/4 | Feb 21, 2020

      I was on pins and needles throughout, the climax showcasing a hushed ominousness that left me quietly shattered into a million teeny-tiny pieces.

      Full Review | Original Score: 3.5/4 | Feb 21, 2020

      There's an atmosphere of genuine dread but the screenplay makes way too many illogical choices for the movie to work.

      Full Review | Original Score: 2/4 | Feb 20, 2020

      "The Lodge" is an exceptionally creepy horror film - and a really disturbing one.

      Full Review | Original Score: 3.5/5 | Feb 20, 2020

      This is one of those classy new horror films that I find very boring.

      Full Review | Feb 15, 2020

      We get to the the shocking twist before the movie does.

      Full Review | Original Score: 5.5/10 | Feb 15, 2020

      It's effective in terms of the mood that it sets.

      Full Review | Original Score: 6.8/10 | Feb 15, 2020

      When all its ominous frights flame out in narrative chaos, The Lodge becomes a bore, more invested in the ghoulishness of its final reveal.

      Full Review | Feb 13, 2020

      The Lodge, to its credit, knows that this tension is valuable. It knows all the moves. It nevertheless falls far short of living up to them.

      Full Review | Feb 10, 2020

      The causes of the strange happenings in The Lodge, when revealed, are deflating.

      Full Review | Feb 7, 2020

      I am not sure The Lodge is more than a system of scares, barely holding together: I don't think the movie satisfies.

      Full Review | Feb 7, 2020

      The Lodge is more disturbing than scary, with its eerie ambiance and chilling plot handling most of the scares.

      Full Review | Original Score: 3/4 | Feb 7, 2020

      The key to her insidious and frightening performance is that by the end you're not sure whether to fear her or fear for her.

      Full Review | Feb 7, 2020

      The premise is serviceable: Who's crazy here, and to what degree? Yet the payoff is ponderous. At one point an annunciatory blast from an organ announces nothing in particular, but at least relieves the tedium.

      Full Review | Feb 6, 2020

      We cannot feel afraid for people if we do not care about and associate with them. And we absolutely cannot care about any of the people in The Lodge, because whenever they're in danger, the directors are looking the other way.

      Full Review | Feb 6, 2020

      The Lodge reveals its hand too early, and too clearly. The magic disappears, and the prestige falls flat.

      Full Review | Feb 6, 2020

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