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Cinebuds' Milwaukee Film Festival Wednesday pick: 'The Lodge'

With more than 300 film over 15 days, you’ve got seemingly endless options during the 2019  Milwaukee Film Festival. If you need a little help deciding which films to see, the Cinebuds are here to help! Every day during the festival they’re sharing a daily pick.

On today’s episode, they’re previewing a movie you won't find in the film festival guidebook, since it was listed as TBA. It's " The Lodge," a horror movie perfect for Halloween that's already earning comparisons to "Hereditary." It'll screen at the Avalon Theater at 10 p.m.

Stream their quickie episode below, and find the complete  2019 Milwaukee Film Festival daily schedule here.

"The Lodge"

From the Milwaukee Film Festival website:

"The aunt/nephew duo behind  Goodnight Mommy return with this twisty, dread-soaked story of a family forced to reckon with past trauma harkening back to  Hereditary. Grace ( Mad Max Fury Road's Riley Keough) retreats to a remote winter cabin to spend the holidays with her new boyfriend (Richard Armitage) and his two young children (including  IT's Jaeden Martell). When dad is forced to abruptly leave for a work emergency, he leaves behind a chilly relationship in desperate need of thawing. Complicating things is the raging blizzard that traps them indoors as a series of increasingly terrifying events dredge up the specters of Grace's troubled past. A slow-burn descent into paranoid madness,  The Lodge mines its isolated setting for all its worth, amping up the tension through its harrowing exploration of unprocessed grief."