Movie Review: IN THE EARTH

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Rating: R Stars: Joel Fry, Reece Sheersmith, Hayley Squires, Ellora Torchia, Mark Monero, John Hollingworth Writer: Ben Wheatley Director: Ben Wheatley Distributor: Neon Release Date: April 16, 2021 IN THE EARTH is set in a world where there’s a pandemic going on. Lest anyone be put off by this story element, its point seems mainly to explain why there aren’t more people around. After the first few scenes, it becomes an afterthought. However, anyone who has problems with strobe lights and flashing images should be warned in advance. Dr. Martin Lowry (Joel Fry) walks up a woodland path to a […]Read On »

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HIGH-RISE composer Clint Mansell builds beautiful insanity – Interview

HIGH-RISE soundtrack | ©2016 Silva Screen

  If being a composer can drive one crazy, then few have stared so consistently into the mouth of madness with such interesting, and creatively invigorating results as Clint Mansell. The braintrust of the U.K. group Pop Will Eat Itself made his scoring debut drilling a distinctively electronic hole into the head of PI’s crazed mathemetician in 1998. His musical mind-warping partnership with director Darren Aronofsky would mine new headtrips of creativity, from the string needles of the Kronos Quartet that filled the veins of REQUIEM FOR A DREAM‘s drug addicts to the cosmically symphonic transcendence of a truth-seeker in THE FOUNTAIN, the […]Read On »

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Movie Review: KILL LIST

KILL LIST movie poster | ©2012 IFC

Rating: Unrated Stars: Neil Maskell, Michael Smiley, MyAnna Buring, Emma Fryer, Harry Simpson, Struan Rodger Writers: Ben Wheatley & Amy Jump Director: Ben Wheatley Distributor: IFC Midnight Release Date: VOD January 4, 2012; theatrical February 3, 2012 There are great things, good things and unfortunate things about KILL LIST. The performances by leads Neil Maskell and Michael Smiley are gloriously naturalistic; we might be sitting next to a pair of good mates in a pub somewhere as they banter, argue and wax philosophical. The dialogue is similarly lifelike. On the downside, there’s some reinvention of the wheel here horror movie-wise. […]Read On »

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