2019, 100 min, Dir: Severin Fiala, Veronika Franz

With their second feature, the duo behind GOODNIGHT MOMMY take horror cinema to unfathomable new heights and delivers what may be the scariest film of the year. Riley Keough is Grace, a young woman in a relationship with a man (Richard Armitage) who has been reluctant to introduce her to his two kids due to the suicide of their mother. A planned bonding weekend trip goes horribly awry when Grace becomes isolated in the family’s winter cabin with the kids as stocks dwindle, nerves strain and strange occurrences begin. With razor-sharp performances and chilling visuals, THE LODGE is a jigsaw puzzle of a horror film whose scares intensify as it comes together, leaving in its wake a trail of uneasy and unforgettable climaxes.

2012, Warner Bros., 169 min, USA, Dir: Peter Jackson

This first film in an epic three-part adaptation of J. R. R. Tolkien's famed fantasy novel follows hobbit Bilbo Baggins as he leads a group of dwarves to liberate Lonely Mountain from a dragon. Many of the actors from director Peter Jackson's acclaimed LORD OF THE RINGS trilogy reprise their roles here.

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