Pretty straightforward psychological horror movie complete with token jump scares, bizarre twists, and a dash of Lynchian nonsense. Wasn't the most innovative horror film, but was just interesting enough to stay engaging. Kristoffer Joner was good, as usual.
I totally thought this film was predictable but then the last 2 seconds completely messed me up. Joner is awesome as always and the camera work make this an awesome horror/thriller. Its one I am going to have to watch more than once.
Psychological horror with an engaging mystery where things are what they seem or not depending on your own mood. Atmospheric it has a small vibe of "Twin Peaks" as it include both a waterfall, scary forests, strange characters and a hotel. Sadly the resolution is only halfway good and some characters look threatening for no apparent reason at all. Still not bad for a Norwegian movie of this type.