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MACBETH (2015, UK / France / USA)

MACBETH || 2015, UK / France / USA || Period Drama || Directed by – Justin Kurzel / Written by – Todd Louiso, Jacob Koskoff, Michael Lesslie (based on the play by William Shakespeare) / Produced by – Jenny Borgars, Iain Canning, Olivier Courson, Laura Hastings-Smith, Danny Perkins, Rosa Romero, Tessa Ross, Emilie Sherman, Andrew Warren, Bob Weinstein, Harvey Weinstein / Music by – Jed Kurzel / Cinematography by – Adam Arkapaw / Editing by – Chris Dickens / Production design by – Fiona Crombie / Starring – Michael Fassbender, Marion Cotillard, Paddy Considine, Sean Harris, Jack Reynor, Elizabeth Debicki, David Thewlis / Running time: 113 mins. 486 more words


Miss You Already - Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

Initial Thoughts

The draw here was all Toni Collette for me. Since The United States of Tara, I have always found her in these odd, but interesting movies, and I expected no less from this. 870 more words


The Girl With All The Gifts (2016)

Starring: Gemma Arterton, Glenn Close, Paddy Considine

Director: Colm MacCarthy

This film has a rating of 7.3 on IMDB and many of my friends who attended previews of this film loved it. 437 more words


The Girl with All the Gifts – Post-apocalyptic chills from a stunning best-seller

From natural, to man-made, to reasons more fantastical, you’d be forgiven for thinking that films dealing in the post-apocalypse had exhausted every possible variation of potential disasters heading our way. 890 more words


The Girl With All the Gifts – M.R. Carey

First off, The Girl With All the Gifts is not a YA book. The cover and nondescript cover certainly make it look that way, as does the very vague plot description. 651 more words


The Girl With All the Gifts (2016)


The last few years of UK cinema has seen a surge in what I think is a new wave of genre filmmaking, a post-modern, thoughtful strain of films that combine various genres with more intellectual concerns. 1,046 more words

Film Reviews

The Girl with All the Gifts

3.5 out of 5 stars

Despite a misleading name which makes you think this is a kid’s film about a greedy teenager at a birthday party, this small budget but impressive looking movie blends familiar elements of both the horror and sci-fi genres into a new take of the old zombie/apocalypse film. 196 more words