A soon-to-be-stepmom is snowed in with her fiance's two children at a remote holiday village. Just as relations finally begin to thaw between the trio, strange and frightening events threaten to summon psychological demons from her strict religious childhood.Written by
Riley Keough does not appear in the film until the 21 minute mark. See more »
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. See more »
So glad this is not another mindless teen horror flick!
This film was pretty amazing cautionary tale of messing with the wrong person. I can't believe so many bad reviews? I find that younger viewers don't enjoy horror films that make you feel dread or build dark sense of mood. To do that In a film takes time to get to know characters and developing a story. It's definitely not for anyone with a short attention span that needs a jump scare every 5 mins to keep your attention. I feel films like The Lodge and Midsommar are the new school of horror films that keep you thinking long after the credits roll. It's a style that's definitely not for everyone. In a way these horror films are all grown up and not like anything else out there. It's about time horror went in a new direction.
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