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
  • quinnox-1 - 23 June 2024
    Promising start devolves into mediocrity
    This is a movie where the first 40 minutes (or so) are very good, with strong acting by the two main characters, and a slow buildup of suspense and creepiness. When unexpected things start to happen, it is well filmed and does become tense and suspenseful, and is the best part of the movie. I would say this part of the movie is a 7-8 in terms of rating - well worth watching.

    However, after that surprisingly good and promising start, the movie jarringly goes into a whole new direction, and you are left wondering if this is even the same movie. It then just gets silly and sillier, and becomes just as bad and mediocre as most of the awful horror movies being made these days. I would say that its worth watching for the first 42 minutes, and then turn it off, after the scene transition - you won't miss anything good.
  • PANDIAN120621 - 13 May 2024
    Be my little baby...!!!
    The film had a premise that intrigued us, and the initial setup seemed promising. We were drawn into the story, hoping for a unique and thrilling experience. The cast, including Georgina Campbell, Bill Skarsgård, and Justin Long, added to our enthusiasm, as we had seen their impressive performances in other works... The movie knocked it out of the park with said creepiness...for the first half for sure...

    There was so many warning signs and the plot showcases the consequences of those signs being ignored by the main characters. This movie perfectly conveys how individuals should pay attention to your instincts...

    But the second half spoiled the whole meals one by one making the plot utterly disaster with plenty of illogical loop holes...For instance

    1. How did the brittle-boned inbred lady manage to get hit by a car, break through a brick wall, and fall (magically faster than Tess) from the top of a water tower and still manage to be completely fine? Because who knows. There are so many plot holes and plot conveniences that it becomes baffling...

    2. Why'd the homeless guy wait until Tess escaped the house to say "oh yeah there's a monster in there probably should've mentioned that instead of just screaming at you"? That'd be too convenient...

    3. Why'd AJ shoot Tess even though they could absolutely see one another???

    Overall a good movie with a initial setup making us tremble is lost in translation with the 2nd half letting down with poor writing makes it an above average thriller to passout...
  • tomlaju - 6 May 2024
    Nice horror movie
    I was on Netflix and was wondering what I gonna watching and this movie droped of me was very curious of what it talking about and well It was not for me a bad horror, suspense movie but not very great neither !

    The script is very nice about the way how it is explained is very interesting and stand out that others movies cause you got it the all elements of story with a different view that we used to see in films, but this one is different and you not all boring in front of it thanks to this I don't say anymore ...

    The horror ambiance it's here and you getting to be scary easily thanks to great dark musics ambiance who accompanied throughout the all suspense scenes, yet I don't freaking in front movie but this one you are not comfortable neither but it not terrifying !!!

    The acting and directing are so nice for me I spent a good time I was entertaining enough but is not the perfect horror movie all times neither !
  • yogeshevolution - 11 January 2023
    As weird as it gets
    A good horror movie keeping you engaged though the concept feels like something already seen and we keep on predicting what's going to happen and still it amuses with it's chilling and terrifying environment. The story gets disturbing as it progress and horrors of person seem to be more horrifying than the real one. Still had a lot potential but fails to attain that stage of horror giving you feel of inadequacy at the end . A one time sure watch for horror fan . Horror genre is so vast still to attempt something different is really amazing which this movie tries and succeed to some extent. Horror fans can give it a sure try.
  • kinoqueen - 9 January 2023
    Went in to watch this without seeing anything besides the poster. I was asking questions through the entire movie. It's trope filled, convenient, boring, dialogue heavy, and over hyped.

    I don't understand the love for this when you don't see anything in the way of action till the last 15 minutes.

    Then None of the characters are likeable. The "monsters" are boring and tropes. Justin Long makes me feel sad for the future of horror.

    The story that did make sense was never finished or flushed out. The cops aren't realistic for Detroit. And who on the green earth would buy or vacation rent that house? It's in the second level of hell.

    And how could Justin Long not find the room during renovations? Ugggggggh.

    Movies need to be coherent. This is not. It's a mess and just over hyped. Everyone just following along and wanting to be in the cool kids table by liking this movie.

    I'd say watch it. Don't expect anything fun besides 30 seconds of action at the end.
  • twistartworks - 7 January 2023
    #1 worst lop of s**t I've wasted my time watching in the past 18 months.
    I love good horror movies, and sometimes even some cheesy ones. I went in with, what I thought were reasonable expectations, but I definitely just wasted my night. Some parts earlier on held interest, but it quickly turned into a steaming pile of s**t when Georgina escaped--completely ruined the movie with the last 20-30min. The acting was watchable, but it definitely felt like the actors were guessing for their next words, making it feel less than genuine, as holding the true face of the character and finding their way through sentences didn't seem to be a task this crew was set to manage with effective confidence in these scenes. I couldn't finished watching after she went back inside and am genuinely upset that I even started watching this. I don't write reviews for movies, and I don't get upset when they suck, but this was utter trash.
  • ritikabhola - 4 January 2023
    Not sacry
    One day I randomly find this movie on Disney+, so I decided to watch it out but seriously this movie wasted my time, it is not at all scary.. ending was also very below average, boring, don't know how makers of movies like ring, it, made such a trash... personally I found it pathetic, this movie is like a torture to ur mind.. if u love to spoil ur day then this movie is for u... this movie is best for it... i don't know who how in today's time someone love this kind of movie when we all experienced masterpieces in this genre... conjuring series, it series, lights out, ring, all these are masterpieces.... may be someone who haven't watched these movies may find it amazing horror movie but for those who already watched above mentioned movie will not take it and found a trash like me.
  • Poshlust - 2 January 2023
    Highly enjoyable
    Yes, it has "plot holes"....good job. You found a plot hole in a movie about underground house Detroit bunkers and single generation mutants.

    That's not an argument for what makes a bad movie when it has other goals and direction in mind.

    I really enjoyed the premise of the film. I also enjoyed the three split stages to the film. The center of the movie completely switched to a comedy, and I really enjoyed this as it was both unexpected and highly enjoyable, while still contributing to the development of the plot.

    The themes were fantastic, regarding the decay of good neighborhoods, judging a book by its cover, and social differences. Each character contributes to these themes well.

    The flashback scene was fantastic and is going to stick with me for a while. It had some of the best shots I've seen in a while. Took unique shots and eerie atmosphere to contribute to really hammering the movies main theme home. Despite being brief, I honestly think it's the highlight for me.
  • kosmasp - 31 December 2022
    Give me a Brake
    No pun intended - and while he only has a minor screen presence .... his presence is felt throughout ... again no pun intended. If you read anything about this movie - even some short two sentences - I would argue it reveals too much! Not having read anything, I was able to enjoy this completely free of any thoughts and preconception I might have had otherwise.

    The way it starts with our main character coming in ... it is as eerie as it gets. The sound the framing ... there is horror in it ... and nothing has happened yet! But we expect something to happen .. every frame, every movement ... every sound ... so well orchestrated! And the acting is top notch too.

    The movie also leaves out certain bits that other movies would relish in ... but we can fill in the blanks (again no pun intended). I am happy for that - it would be almost unbearable to watch. And we know what is happening ... we do not need to see it. There are hard cuts, there are "jumps" from one thing/scene to another. We may need a second to adjust ... we may have to accept certain things and how they are portrayed. But than there also is the casting ... people play their parts great.

    Sympathy or not - we have expectations. The question is if they are met ... and how they are met. One thing is true for this as for most if not all horror movies: you have to suspend your disbelief! Certain characters act (no pun here) a certain way ... which you probably will not agree with. But considering the expectations, the way people talked about this online ... the hype to sum it up this had already created ... it really works.
  • garetheggleston-02244 - 30 December 2022
    Meta horror or confused?
    It actually starts off well enough, creepy, understated, unnervering (also has Bill Skarsgard who played Pennywise from the 'IT' films) Had promise but about half way through its switches tone, and more importantly, heroes, and then it becomes less about the horror, and less about people who are actually in peril, and more about people who are to be honest are narcissistic, sociopathic apparently sexual predators. Then said 'hero' accidentally shoots her then throws her off the building.... I'm confused, Who am I rooting for? Certainly not the characters who demanded almost half the screen time.