When the horror renaissance of the 2010's is discussed years from now, "The Lodge" may be recognized and I wouldn't have any arguments. It's not as great Ari Aster's Hereditary (or Midsommar) but I'd take this over several notably terrible horror releases. While a new revolutionary horror crowd is surfacing, there is still a ton of crap released that sours the genre's name. The Lodge is apart of the crowd I enjoy. I really enjoyed Riley Keough and her performance captivated me during the slower moments. The atmosphere is well constructed, dark and mysterious, posing many questions. Though I found some of the answers underwhelming, it's overall a solid experience worth it especially for any dark horror fanatics.