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Some stay for a night. Some stay for a week. Some never leave. Barbarian Only In Theaters September 9, 2022. In “Barbarian,” 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 judgment, she decides to spend the evening but soon discovers that there’s a lot more to fear than just an unexpected house guest.

From 20th Century Studios and New Regency, “Barbarian” stars Georgina Campbell, Bill Skarsgård, Justin Long, Matthew Patrick Davis, Richard Brake, Kurt Braunohler, and Jaymes Butler. The film was written and directed by Zach Cregger. The producers are Arnon Milchan, Roy Lee, Raphael Margules and J.D. Lifshitz. Yariv Milchan, Michael Schaefer, Natalie Lehmann, Danny Chan, Alex Lebovici, and Bill Skarsgård are the film’s executive producers.

Top cast

  • Georgina Campbell · Tess
  • Bill Skarsgård · Keith
  • Justin Long · AJ
  • Matthew Patrick Davis · The Mother
  • Richard Brake · Frank.


  • Release date: 9 September 2022 (USA)
  • Director: Zach Cregger
  • Producers: J.D. Lifshitz, Raphael Margules, Roy Lee, Arnon Milchan
  • Distributed by: 20th Century Studios
  • Budget: $4.5 million
  • Music by: Anna Drubich


  • Production companies: Regency Enterprises;
  • Written by: Zach Cregger
  • Produced by: Arnon Milchan; ‎Roy Lee‎; Raphael …‎
  • Music by: Anna Drubich


  • Genre: Horror, Mystery & thriller
  • Runtime: 1h 42m
  • Release Date (Theaters): Sep 9, 2022, wide
  • Aspect Ratio: Flat (1.85:1)

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we’re going to get into today’s review, which is for is for barbarians in this movie, a woman staying at an Airbnb discovers that the house she is rented. Is not what it seems. So we’re just going to go over five things that stood out for the movie.

Some of these will be pros and some will be cons, and then we’ll wrap up with just kind of my final thoughts. So first and foremost, I thought the kind of refresh that happens in the middle of the film just kind of jumps to another storyline, I thought that was actually really well.

BARBARIAN | Official Trailer | In Theaters September 9

And while I felt a little lost, it was kind of cool to then find my way from there. So I like, I like kind of that way that they told the story. And yeah, if you’ve seen it, you know. If not, that’s really just talking. It’s only talking about story structure. Barbarian

So not really a spoiler, but. The second topic is I really liked the character that Bill Skarsgard plays. He’s in a few other movies that I’ve seen. Primarily he plays the clown in it, so he’s. Like, he’s played other creepy characters.

And while, in and of itself, he looks like a nice enough guy, he also looks like a guy that you might not be able to trust. So he was, I thought, perfectly cast in the role and certainly, like, I think they’re fully aware that he would have that effect.

And I thought that was just brilliant because it has you as the viewer. Trying to figure out is this guy’s a creep or if is he just, you know, a nice guy who happens to be in a situation like that. Could be. It could be creepy. It just so happens to not be so.

I really like that aspect of the film. And then up next is a con. I thought negatively about the film. I thought they should have given us more backstory than they did or none at all. They gave us a bite, and I was interested in it.

I’d prefer to get more backstory than they gave us, but given that they didn’t really give us enough, I feel like they kind of went. Halfway and they should have gone all or nothing. Then fourth up, I thought for it being a horror film, it was about as scary as I could handle.

There are definitely times when I did not want to watch and kind of looked away, but I’m also not a huge horror fan. But it was just on the edge of being the right amount. It was maybe a little bit more than I’m most comfortable with.

But it was, it was good on the scary part for me. For some people it might not have been scary, I don’t know. But I enjoyed the level that they went with. And then the last thing is another negative that I had about the film.

There’s this one character who. With the yeah, without going into spoilers, he kind of knows what’s going on, or he at least knows a fair amount of detail. And I was just. Slightly. I didn’t buy into the fact that he could know or how anyone could know as much as he knew.

And so that I thought was just a little strange, but. Yeah, not nothing against the character. I just, it didn’t. It didn’t seem to fit with how much he would like. He knew and then communicated with other people, but. Anyway, those are the five points that kind of stuck out to me for wrapping up the film. Overall, I did actually enjoy this film.

I’m not like horror is my least favorite genre, but I did actually enjoy this film. So I think the more horror I see, the less I dislike it. I definitely have some horror films that I.Like, but as a genre. I don’t know that I can quite say that I like horror films yet, but it’s movies like these that are moving the needle. So this was a B for me. Again, it’s hard to tell what other people might like.

If you’re more of a horror fan. Maybe you’ve seen more than me and this might feel more stereotypical. I’m not sure, but it felt fresh. From my point of view, it didn’t really seem like many other horror films that I’ve seen. I thought it was yeah, a fresh take, a fresh idea. And it’s one that while I don’t like being scared, I’d say as much as one can enjoy horror films, I actually enjoyed this one.


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