Mar 24 to Mar 25
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Zach Cregger - 2022 - 102m - NO MATINEES

Starring Georgina Campbell, Bill Skarsgård, Justin Long, Matthew Patrick Davis, Richard Brake, Kurt Braunohler and Jaymes Butler.

A young woman traveling to Detroit for a job interview books a rental home. But when she arrives late at night, she discovers that the house is double booked, and a strange man is already staying there. Against her better judgement, she decides to spend the evening, but soon discovers that there’s a lot more to fear than just an unexpected house guest.

"Like the best horrors, it's 'about' stuff -- gentrification, abuse, toxic masculinity, taking responsibility. There's also plenty of jump scares." - Larushka Ivan-Zadeh

"A timely depiction of youth anxiety toward a territorial older class and an older generation’s disdain for an entitled, aimless youth." - Celia Mattison, BuzzFeed News

"Serves up all the requisite thrills with panache, but it also provokes deeper, longer-lasting reflections." - David Sims, The Atlantic

"A gleefully scary and inventive tale that’s full of disarming twists and #MeToo undertones." - Ed Potton, Times (UK)

"One of the most bracingly effective chillers of the year." - Wendy Ide, Observer (UK)

"Wildly unpredictable, Barbarian begins as a tale of awkward circumstance, before mutating into something intensely claustrophobic, satirically amusing, and in its best moments, both." - Siddhant Adlakha, Empire Magazine

"If you like intense, incredible stressful horror films, this is right up your ally." - Vera Wylde, Council of Geeks

"I haven’t had this much fun watching a horror movie in years." - Steph Cozza, Cinema Vixens

"Has the framings of the perfect first time horror film. Has some of the creepiest setups and executions of horror this year. This is bloody, disturbing, trippy'" - Samuel Leggett Jr., JVS Media & Productions/Team JVS

"Zach Cregger’s Sam Raimi-esque film is best watched knowing nothing about it, but rest assured it will deliver on frights, laughs, and utterly brazen entertainment." - Ella Feldman, Washington City Paper

"Like that X-Files episode “Home,” glazed in intergenerational and gendered dread, where women are feared instead of adored." - Elissa Suh, Moviepudding

"Getting there is all the fun, and if you can handle the adult themes, Barbarian should knock the stuffing out of you…" - Eddie Harrison,

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