A period horror film and a Lynchian nightmare
An angry period thriller, a clever meta-horror film, and the secret screening
Iñárritu transplants the viewer to an awesome, brutal environment to witness an epic tale of human willpower and survival.
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.
A stylish and insightful examination of the wounds left by tragedy, be it on an epic scale or a personal betrayal between two ordinary people.
When you watch a Ben Wheatley film, you know you're going to get something a little different. Or, in the case of A Field in England, a lot different. Maybe too different.
Just like Hammer and Amicus used to make