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Tess (Georgina Campbell), in the brand-new horror movie "Barbarian," arrives to her Airbnb one gloomy night.
Upon entering the home on a rainy night, they discover a strange guy who claims to be the property's legitimate tenant.
What should a girl do with a conflict involving two bookings and an inviting stranger?
no other places to go? Will destiny turn this potentially worrisome meet-cute into a great rom-com?
(Coincidentally, the scenario is the same as the current Netflix romance "Love in the Villa," with quite different outcomes.)
Unfortunately, Tess' nightmare starts the moment she enters and lets down her guard.
a bottle of wine with the dashing but shady Keith
Zach Cregger, the writer-director of "It," stars Bill Skarsgard (without the Pennywise mask) in this deliciously bizarre horror film.
The movie "Barbarian," which is currently playing in cinemas, is rowdy and full of surprises.