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ashley lee almost 5 years ago
Eerie and dark, definitely different from many films out there in this genre.
Michael Cole 5 years ago
Not quite what I expected and takes a while to get going. Last scene extremely predictable
Gavin Klein over 5 years ago
Worth watching I guess. Not really scary but more thriller a little boring
Alexandre Brisson over 6 years ago
Odd movie. Wasn't bad, wasn't good. Makes for a good Sunday night "brain-off" movie.
Kakra over 6 years ago
Charlie almost 7 years ago
Refreshing and crazy, I love the weird dark humor this movie has.
Masha Marsheva almost 7 years ago
Eventually gets pretty random. Kept my attention for 20 mins max.
Glen Maddern almost 7 years ago
Not the worst premise, but tries too many twists and you just stop caring.
Dylan Clites almost 7 years ago
You can only have so many twists and turns before the audience loses interest. It happens.
T.Gibbs 7 years ago
Didn't see that coming.....
Bobby Pack 7 years ago
creepy film, beautifully executed
Hiram Soto 1 year ago
Justinas Jarukaitis over 1 year ago
Michelle Arostegui over 1 year ago
tal sheldon 2 years ago
Deborah Peacock almost 3 years ago
cervv almost 4 years ago
Sarah Rife almost 4 years ago
Andrey Cherkashin over 4 years ago
"Warwick Wilson is the consummate host. He carefully prepares for a dinner party, the table impeccably set and the duck perfectly timed for 8:30 p.m. John Taylor is a career criminal. He’s just robbed a bank and needs to get off the streets. He finds himself on Warwick’s doorstep posing as a friend of a friend, new to Los Angeles, who’s been mugged and lost his luggage. As the wine flows and the evening progresses, we become deeply intertwined in the lives of these two men and discover just how deceiving appearances can be. With outstanding performances by David Hyde Pierce and Clayne Crawford, cowriter/director Nick Tomnay takes us on a suspense-filled ride where nothing is as it seems. The Perfect Host is a slippery psychological thriller that exposes true human nature and reveals just how far we’re willing to go to satisfy our needs." Quoting the description from the 2010 Sundance Film Festival site.
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