The Bowie we see in this weird sci-fi film is more genuine than any other persona he'd adopt over the course of his career.
Justin Kerzel's interpretation of the Scottish Play doesn't quite achieve the greatness for which we might have hoped. But built on a strong visual foundation, it remains eminently enjoyable.
As a gangster film, it hits almost all of the gangster-film beats; it's not a great crime drama, but it is a good one.
The internet demands lists! The best of Fantastic Fest 2015.
The latest edition of Chicago's favorite horror triple feature, honoring the late Christopher Lee, and featuring Horror of Dracula, Raw Meat (aka Death Line), and The WIcker Man.
A film that will doubtless please those who like their horror noisy and intense, but beyond the excellent performances, it didn't seem like there was much substance present.
A decisive victory for cerebral, non-explosion-based science fiction in 2015.