The Lodge

The Lodge
The Lodge
  • R
  • 1h 48m
  • 2019
Certified Fresh74%
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A bone-chilling nightmare from the directors of Goodnight Mommy, The Lodge follows a family who retreat 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 (IT's 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.

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Certified Fresh74%
Critics Consensus: Led by an impressive Riley Keough performance, The Lodge should prove a suitably unsettling destination for fans of darkly atmospheric horror.
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Common Sense Says
Clever, ice-cold, chilling horror movie with kids in peril.

What Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that The Lodge is a horror/thriller movie about sinister things happening to two kids and their soon-to-be-stepmother while they're stuck in a remote, snowbound lodge. Violence includes guns and shooting, characters dying/dead bodies shown (including a frozen dog), blood spatters/trails, children in peril, and other unsettling, spooky imagery. A woman's bare breasts are seen after she gets out of the shower, and her naked body is somewhat visible through the shower's opaque door. Two people kiss and giggle together in bed. Language includes a few uses of "f--k" (or "f---ing"), and a character seems to depend on prescription pills. Characters drink wine in several scenes; one drinks just before dying via suicide. Another scene suggests that a character may be nursing a hangover. The movie's setup isn't very smart, but the story is well told, and the film is moody and icily paced; it should appeal to sophisticated horror hounds.

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Additional Info

  • Genre:Drama, Horror, Thriller
  • Release Date:February 7, 2020
  • Languages:English
  • Captions:English
  • Audio Format:
    5.1
  • Screen Pass Eligible:No
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