18 Aug 2019
Films, Interviews, Latest

INTERVIEW: ‘Gwen’ Director William McGregor Talks About the Resonance of Folk-Horror

Folk-horror has had somewhat of a cinematic revival of late. With big-budget, studio-backed folk terrors like The Witch, Midsommar and Apostle all resonating well with audiences and critics alike, it comes as no surprise that up-and-coming independent filmmakers are being inspired by these fables and gravitating towards similar…

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Film Reviews

REVIEW: Gwen (2019)

Most known for his contributions to British television, ranging from BBC’s gothic costume-drama Poldark to Channel 4’s raucous teen-comedy Misfits, writer-director William McGregor makes his feature-length debut with Gwen; a slow-burning, candle-lit exploration of an implosive family unit set in rural, 19th Century Snowdonia. It’s…

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