Hostile (2017) - Drama, Horror, Sci-Fi

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Juliette, a lone survivor of an apocalyptic era, fights to survive against hunger, thirst, a broken leg and strange, disturbing creatures that only come out at nighttime.

IMDB: 5.5
Director: Mathieu Turi
Stars: Brittany Ashworth, Grégory Fitoussi
Length: 83 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 4 out of 32 found boring (12.5%)

One-line Reviews (11)

Little new to offer, but largely entertaining.

More than that, its engaging and inherently watchable.

In out lives we may have to face our own monsters, real or events which we may not want to face but we know we have to do so, this film with the 2 story lines uses both real monsters and the monsters we may have to face in real life and joins then up in a way which made for a rather enjoyable watch.

Also the end, well, felt forced and somehow plain boring to me.

lol He is nevertheless captivated by her and so the story begins..This film is very enjoyable and genuinely keeps you interested and entertained throughout.. The film has a warmth and innocence to it that the writer conveys without making it overly complicated, despite Juliettes troubled life and grim realities of living in a post apocalyptic world.

Yes it may have been predictable, but it was suspenseful, and well acted.


The storyline is so predictable and cliche that I would find it hard for anyone to get true enjoyment from this.

( Juliet dies, instead of managing to get clean) It fails as a Post Apocalyptic story, as there is virtually no storyline there, and it fails as a "Smart" movie.

Sounds cliche, right?

:)Well done Mathieu on the brilliant script and execution and well done to the stunning cast for their performances.. Watch out for Brittany, she is a megastar in the making.. I just hope that Hollywood does not ruin this lovely actress or steal her innocence:)Thank you :)