Alicia Silverstone THE KILLING OF A SACRED DEER Riley Keough UNDER THE SILVER LAKE, LOGAN LUCKY, THE RUNAWAYS Richard Armitage THE HOBBIT: THE BATTLE OF FIVE ARMIES Wri/Dir/Actor: Severin Fiala GOODNIGHT MOMMY Wri/Dir: Veronika Franz GOODNIGHT MOMMY
NY PostFull Review Good "The Lodge," which climbs from low-level melancholy to all-out hysteria, tips its hat to several predecessors, "Hereditary," "The Shining" and "The Others" among them. Well, if you're going to derive, why not from the best?
Rolling StoneFull Review Above Average The Lodge strains credulity beyond the breaking point; "contrived” is the mildest word you could use to describe the plot. Luckily, Franz and Fiala are masters of setting a mood that makes your skin crawl. And Keough—she's Elvis's eldest granddaughter—is a subtle sensation.
Rex ReedFull Review Average What the film does do quite effectively from its opening moments to its troubling last shot is create a palpable feeling of encroaching dread. Franz and Fiala achieve this through an immersive sound design, droning music and the heavy blues, grays and browns evoked by the claustrophobic camerawork...
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