Infinity Pool run time: How long is the new horror movie?

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From the mind of Brandon Cronenberg comes a new horror film called Infinity Pool that’s generating a lot of buzz already. The twisty story sees a couple’s vacation gone wrong when they accidentally commit a crime and have to pay for it. Similar to Cronenberg’s last film, Possessor, Infinity Pool certainly isn’t for everyone. But those who see it are definitely in for a wildly gross, visceral, and unbelievable time. To me, that’s a good thing, but we’ll let you be the judge.

We won’t get into spoilers for Infinity Pool here in case you haven’t had the chance to see it yet, but we can provide essential information like the run time which will definitely help out in your planning. As of right now, the sci-fi movie is only playing in theaters and not streaming, so if you don’t want to head out to the cinema, you’ll have to wait to check this one out.

But if you are excited to see Infinity Pool in theaters, here’s how long you can expect the movie to run. Should you bring snacks or prepare for a pee break?

How long is Infinity Pool?

Horror movies range from fun and short like Peacock’s recently-released Sick at 83 minutes to longer endeavors such as the classics The Shining (146 minutes) and Rosemary’s Baby (137 min). When it comes to Infinity Pool, you can expect the movie to be in the middle at 117 minutes, which is 1 hour and 57 minutes.

Be sure to plan accordingly, and just as a heads up, this might not be the type of movie you should watch at a dine-in theater. Cronenberg (and his father, David Cronenberg) are known for body horror, a type of genre that can easily make viewers sick if you’re not used to it. Of course, if this is your thing, then ignore my warning!

Check out the trailer for Infinity Pool below while you decide when to watch:

And if/when Infinity Pool does get a streaming release, we’ll be sure to let you know where it’ll be available.

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