Eden Lodge (2015)

  • Year: 2015
  • Released: 24 Aug 2015
  • Country: United Kingdom
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  • IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2488220/
  • Rotten Tomatoes: https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/eden_lodge
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  • Available in: 720p, 1080p,
  • Language: English
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  • Genre: Horror, Mystery, Thriller
  • Runtime: 80 min
  • Writer: Andreas Prodromou
  • Director: Andreas Prodromou
  • Cast: Aggy K. Adams, Georgina Blackledge, Cyd Casados
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Eden Lodge Storyline

A young family are stranded at the Eden Lodge. The people they meet are being killed one by one. They must fight to save their marriage, their family, and most of all their lives.

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Eden Lodge Movie Reviews

Nothing to see here

EDEN LODGE is one of those low budget British horror films where nothing really happens apart from a halfway-decent sense of mood and place. It reminded me a lot of the film shown the previous night on the Horror Channel, SIREN, which had more exotic locales but was similarly light on plot and incident.

The story is about a sinister bed and breakfast where the guests go missing. There’s no more to it than that, and fans looking for slasher horror in the form of death and gore will be disappointed as this is very tame. Instead the viewer has to put up with the tiresome acting of unknown cast members and a major plot point that seems to have been borrowed from that ’70s horror classic FRIGHTMARE. The most interesting thing about EDEN LODGE is the way the title and box art blatantly copy the earlier British horror EDEN LAKE, which was about ten times more powerful and compelling than this rip-off.

So bad it’s good!

This was not a good film. Poor acting, very little plot, and just a lot of weirdness. It was like the cast came out of an 80’s music video or something. And there were some very weird accents! Also very strange was the lighting. Daylight seemed to last for 5 minutes. Someone starts walking across a field, and by the time they get to the woods at the end (of course, where you’d want to be in a horror film) it’s pitch black. So pitch black you couldn’t really see what was going on!! It all just felt very amateur and silly, too many “why…?” questions to really start asking. However amateur and silly isn’t necessarily a bad thing! It was quite refreshing in its own way and entertaining. I do love horror and there were a few moments in this that really made me jump (and laugh). It’s so bad it’s actually a little bit good!

What is this?

*Contains Spoilers*

I just don’t know what this was to be quite honest. I think I looked at the display time at one point and 52 minutes had gone, 15 minutes remaining and nothing had happened yet.

I saw this DVD very cheap and it appeared aesthetically intriguing from the cover and the blurb. After watching the film though I was wondering who are the people on the front of the DVD case? Who are the pictures of on the back, they weren’t in the film?! It’s like the budget went on the DVD case (even though it looks like it was pretty much copied from 2008’s Eden Lake)

I managed to sit through the whole thing (although it’s relatively short), I only continued watching it in case there was a great twist ending but alas – nothing happened.

The movie plot is similar to Vacancy (also very similar opening credits!), a car breaks down and the family have to stay in a B&B while their car is fixed. But instead of the owners making a snuff movie of them like in Vacancy, the family enjoy about three nights in a really nice, quiet, luxurious guest accommodation. After that the owner kills a few people, some without much of a motive it seems (the farmer and the guy camping). The couple run around for a bit and then the film ends.

This is not scary and I wouldn’t deem it a horror movie. There is a bit of violence/gore but nothing that you’ll lose sleep over. In all fairness, I would probably stay at Eden Lodge. It looks very relaxing/comfortable and I would just lock my door if I didn’t want the old woman owner to inflict harm upon me. It’s only £65 for a night too.

In conclusion, nothing really happens. Don’t pay money for it. If it ends up on Netflix, laugh at it as part of your subscription.