Hotel Poseidon review

Hotel Poseidon has a German expressionist style with its long and drawn out sweeping of what seems like a derelict hotel.

We follow Dave, one of the owners of the hotel as he struggles to survive in what feels like a manifestation of depression.

Make no mistake about it, Hotel Poseidon is not a happy and joyous film in the slightest, it is at times truly bizarre but refreshingly original and should be commended for its all or nothing approach.

The set design is truly incredible, so much so that the hotel itself feels like a character on its own.

Hotel Poseidon feels like a waking fever dream which is extremely unsettling at times. A surreal and unsettling character study.

Hotel Poseidon is now available to watch on Arrow.

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