In town for a job interview, a young woman arrives at her Airbnb late at night only to find that it has been mistakenly double-booked and a strange man is already staying there. Against her better judgement, she decides to stay the night anyway, but soon discovers that there is much more to be afraid of in the house than the other guest.

  • Released:
  • Runtime: 120 minutes
  • Genre: Horror, Mystery, Thrillers
  • Stars: Georgina Campbell, Bill Skarsgård, Justin Long, Richard Brake, Jaymes Butler, Sophie Sörensen, Matthew Patrick Davis, Kalina Stancheva, J.R. Esposito, Trevor Van Uden, Kurt Braunohler, Rachel Fowler, Kate Nichols, Kate Bosworth, Brooke Dillman, Sara Paxton, Will Greenberg, Derek Morse, Zach Cregger, Devina Vassileva, Julian Stanishkov
  • Director: Zach Cregger
  • chrismwolfe - 13 January 2023
    Maybe not what's expected but entertaining
    I quite liked this one. I can already tell that people are going to hate on it because it doesn't quite adhere to your classic horror format that people will probably be expecting.

    While it is full of tension and some legit creepiness, it also doesn't take itself too seriously and has a light hearted feel in moments. Let's be real, if you see Justin Long in the cast I wouldn't go into it expecting anything else. I personally thought it had a nice balance between the two. I do wish there were some more creepy elements brought into the tunnels and some more discoveries within. I thought it looked really nice with some cool shots and the acting was solid across the board as well.

    If you're looking for a semi spooky movie with an underlying air of light heartedness with an intriguing plot that keeps you engaged, I would recommend.
  • Javaldinho - 10 January 2023
    Great beginning, clever misdirection, crap 2nd half
    I agree with everyone's view of the first half. The second half morphs into B-movie level rubbish. A real let down.

    I love the whole concept of the story, but then towards the end, just goes into full blown ridiculousness. Some of the decisions of the characters just absolutely did not make sense. In real life, some of those decisions would never have been made.

    I love the way, the director builds up the tension, with the cinematography, the mise en scène, the music and mystery.

    Because we had the actor from "It" who played Pennywise, the whole first half made me believe there was something more to his character.