The Forest Trailer & Clips


The Forest full movie is released on Jan 08, 2016. Watch The Forest online - the English Horror movie from United States , which has achieved a worldwide gross of $39,712,000. The Forest is directed by Jason Zada and created by Ben Ketai with Natalie Dormer and Eoin Macken. The Forest is available online on Netflix and Apple iTunes.

The majority of the story is set in and around the Aokigahara Forest, a forest at the northwest base of Mount Fuji in Japan known as a popular destination for suicide. Sara Price (Natalie Dormer), an American woman, receives a phone call from the Japanese police telling her that they think her troubled twin sister Jess Price (also Dormer) is dead, as she was seen going into Aokigahara forest. Despite the concerns of her fiance, Rob, she journeys to Japan and arrives at the hotel where her sister was staying. At her hotel, Sara meets a reporter named Aiden. They drink together, and she tells him of her parents' death. In reality, her father killed her mother, then committed suicide, but she tells him they were killed by a drunk driver. Her sister saw the bodies, but she didn't look. Aiden invites her to go into the forest with him and a park guide, Michi, so she can look for her sister..

As know as:

Khu Rừng Tự Sát, Floresta Maldita, The Forest, Les sebevrahů, Jukai - La foresta dei suicidi

Release Date:

Jan 08, 2016

Release Date (Streaming):

Apr 12, 2016


United States


English, Japanese

Stream Service:

Focus Features

Production Companies:

AI-Film, Lava Bear Films, Phantom Four Films

Gross worldwide:



Everyone comes here looking for a way out., Where fear grows., Stay on the path., Do not leave the path.


Sara Michelle Fetters
The film feels more like an expertly crafted missed opportunity, a suspense opus filled with some solidly intriguing ideas that for some reason it refuses to investigate.
by rottentomatoes, Aug 16, 2016
Roxana Hadadi
Chesapeake Family Magazine
Disturbingly manipulative and yet totally conventional, The Forest is more memorable for being opportunistic than for being truly frightening.
by rottentomatoes, Aug 02, 2016
Donald Clarke
Irish Times
We are packed onto a poorly designed ghost train and hurtled past a randomly arranged array of stuff that would fail to frighten even the frailest infant.
by rottentomatoes, Mar 06, 2016

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