The Lodge

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Movie Info & Cast


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.


  • Riley Keough
  • Jaeden Martell
  • Lia McHugh
  • Richard Armitage
  • Alicia Silverstone
  • Danny Keough
  • Lola Reid
  • Philippe Ménard
  • Jarred Atkin
  • Wally the Dog

Did You Know?


  • The painting of Mary seen in the opening scene and throughout the movie is a reproduction of L'Annunciata (Virgin Annunciate) by Italian Renaissance artist Antonello da Messina (1430-1479).
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  • When Richard gives Grace the gun to teach her how to shoot, she begins shooting it at a tree with two hands. However, when it cuts away to the angle of her hands shooting towards the tree and back to her, she is holding the gun with one hand. It cuts away again to her hands and the tree and back to her holding the gun with two hands.
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Verified Review

Very chilling and unexpected. Horror cinema at its best .

Evan T
Verified Review

Twists and turns but not a huge fan of the ending

Burton C


Feb 6, 2020

It’s a frustratingly superficial, judgmental, surface-level thriller that undermines all its scariest moments by getting distracted at all the wrong times.

Metacritic review by William Bibbiani
William Bibbiani
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.

Tim Grierson
Screen Daily
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