Hostile

Hostile

By Mathieu Turi

  • Genre: Horror
  • Release Date: 2018-05-21
  • Advisory Rating: 15
  • Runtime: 1h 23min
  • Director: Mathieu Turi
  • Production Company: Full Time Films
  • Production Country: France
  • iTunes Price: GBP 7.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: GBP 0.99
5.9/10
5.9
From 26 Ratings

Description

HOSTILE is a terrifying and moving horror thriller from producer Xavier Gens, director of THE DIVIDE and FRONTIER(S). A worldwide epidemic has killed most of the planet’s population. The few survivors struggle to find food and shelter. But they are not alone… On her way back to base camp from a scavenging mission, Juliette (Brittany Ashworth) has a terrible accident. Stuck in her car, with a broken leg, in the middle of an unforgiving desert, she must survive the perils of the post-apocalypse, while a strange creature prowls around. . .

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Reviews

  • A horror film which is really a love story

    5
    By Dior&gucciforever
    Crazy, first time I’ve ever cried at the end of a horror film, this was so moving. Great actors, great story, great film. If you get emotional beware of the, (in my opinion), really sad moving ending
  • LOVED IT

    5
    By BillieJoJ
    A highly original and moving film, held together by a breakthrough performance from newcomer Brittany Ashworth (not to mention the GORGEOUS Gregory Fittousi). Sat on the edge of my seat with Juliette the whole way through. A real gem of French cinema.
  • Brilliant

    5
    By EquinesRUs
    Ending left me wanting more this could definitely become a series
  • Forget the tropes!

    5
    By filmlover82
    This is a ground-breaking post apocalyptic horror thriller that breaks all the conventions! Highly recommend. Plus who doesn't love Javier Botet in yet another amazing creature role.
  • Very intense

    4
    By SJK91
    Great thriller!
  • Very watchable with a clever twist

    5
    By Londonfilmlover26
    Held together by a strong central performance from newcomer Brittany Ashworth, this is an intriguing and very watchable film, with a great use of flashbacks throughout, and top special effects. Recommended!

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