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Nov 15, 2019

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Synopsis

Devoted to their devastated mother, siblings Aidan and Mia resent Grace, the younger woman their newly separated father plans to marry. They flatly reject Grace’s attempts to bond, and they dig up dirt on her tragic past—but soon they find themselves trapped with her, snowed in in a remote holiday village after their dad heads back to the city for work. Just as relations begin to thaw, strange and frightening events threaten to unearth psychological demons from Grace’s strictly religious childhood. The short film FIRST PERSON will play before this feature at NTXFF.

Cast

  • Lia McHugh
  • Alicia Silverstone
  • Richard Armitage
  • Riley Keough
  • Jaeden Martell
  • Rebecca Faulkenberry
  • Danny Keough
  • Katelyn Wells
  • Lola Reid

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Trivia

  • The script was penned by Sergio Casci, Franz and Fiala from an original idea by Sergio Casci.
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Metacritic

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Feb 1, 2019

The longer The Lodge rolls along, the sheer skilfulness of the execution — the precise manipulation of the audience’s fears — becomes so impressive that one is tempted to simply succumb to its cold, cruel efficiency.

Metacritic review by Tim Grierson
Tim Grierson
Screen International
60
Feb 1, 2019

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. ... Still, this is classy, intelligent horror.

Metacritic review by David Rooney
David Rooney
The Hollywood Reporter
50
Feb 1, 2019

As a bitter commentary on family, truth, trust, and above all, the religion, The Lodge is a serviceable mood piece that ends up leaving you feeling cold, and not in a good way.

Metacritic review by Norman Gidney
Norman Gidney
Film Threat