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The Neil Jordan series that isn’t: film-maker disowns Riviera

24 June 2017 4:05 PM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Millions have viewed or downloaded the drama, but director says his ‘darker’ version was reworked by others

It doesn’t look like a Neil Jordan series or feel like a Neil Jordan series. And it hasn’t been praised in the way one might expect of a Neil Jordan series. That’s because, according to the director himself, it isn’t.

Riviera, a big-budget drama series that stars Julia Stiles and has set viewing records for Sky Atlantic this month, has Jordan’s name emblazoned all over the credits, but the Irish film-maker behind hits such as Interview with the Vampire and The Crying Game now says the glossy finished product has almost nothing to do with him.

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How ‘The Beguiled’ Star Kirsten Dunst Took Control of Her Career by Owning Her Taste for Depressives, Smart Directors, and Powerful TV

22 June 2017 3:03 PM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

Welcome to Career Watch, a vocational checkup of top actors and directors, and those who hope to get there. In this edition we take on Kirsten Dunst, who steals the show from Nicole Kidman and Colin Farrell in Cannes director-winner Sofia Coppola’s Civil War potboiler “The Beguiled” (June 23, Focus Features). It’s her fourth collaboration with Coppola.

Bottom Line: Dunst steered toward playing strong women from an early age, with films that include political comedy “Dick” with Michelle Williams, John Stockwell’s “Crazy/Beautiful” with Jay Hernandez, and Peyton Reed and Jessica Bendinger’s cheerleader sleeper “Bring It On,” shot the year she graduated from Los Angeles’ Catholic high school Notre Dame. She has never settled for The Girlfriend or romantic lead, although she made a memorable Mary Jane Watson in the “Spider-Man” franchise. “Looking back, I’m proud of the choices that I’ve made,” she said. “A »

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How ‘The Beguiled’ Star Kirsten Dunst Took Control of Her Career by Owning Her Taste for Depressives, Smart Directors, and Powerful TV

22 June 2017 3:03 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Welcome to Career Watch, a vocational checkup of top actors and directors, and those who hope to get there. In this edition we take on Kirsten Dunst, who steals the show from Nicole Kidman and Colin Farrell in Cannes director-winner Sofia Coppola’s Civil War potboiler “The Beguiled” (June 23, Focus Features). It’s her fourth collaboration with Coppola.

Bottom Line: Dunst steered toward playing strong women from an early age, with films that include political comedy “Dick” with Michelle Williams, John Stockwell’s “Crazy/Beautiful” with Jay Hernandez, and Peyton Reed and Jessica Bendinger’s cheerleader sleeper “Bring It On,” shot the year she graduated from Los Angeles’ Catholic high school Notre Dame. She has never settled for The Girlfriend or romantic lead, although she made a memorable Mary Jane Watson in the “Spider-Man” franchise. “Looking back, I’m proud of the choices that I’ve made,” she said. “A long career is up to you. It’s your barometer of taste and the choices you make as an actress inform how other people look at you and if they want you in their movies. So you have to be wise.”

Career Peaks: A model from the age of three, the child actress shot out of a cannon when she won a worldwide search for 11-year-old Claudia, starring opposite Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt in “Interview with the Vampire,” Neil Jordan’s fabulously kinky 1994 take on the Anne Rice classic. Dunst has long leaned into women’s subjects and directors, from Gillian Armstrong and Robin Swicord’s “Little Women” and Leslye Hedland’s raucous “Bachelorette,” to Coppola’s Cannes breakout “The Virgin Suicides,” shot when she was 16.

That film marked her segue to more adult roles. “I was sexualized,” Dunst told me, “but through her lens, which was such a wonderful way to be transitioned. There was nothing grotesque, even though I was doing things in that film that I was uncomfortable doing. I’d stress out about ‘Oh, I have to make out with that boy on the roof,’ but Sofia would just have me nuzzle into the side of their face. Even though I was blossoming, it was not something I was comfortable with yet. She really opened that door for me.”

Dunst went on to star for Coppola as a coquettish queen in the title role “Marie Antoinette,” and cameoed in “The Bling Ring.”

Assets: Beyond sexual allure, Dunst brings depth and mystery. She can play the girl next door (“Spider-Man”), a drunk bride peeing on the lawn in the moonlight in her wedding dress (“Melancholia”), an imperious 18th-century queen (“Marie Antoinette”), or a racist Nasa administrator (“Hidden Figures”). She has a steely edge, as well as a wicked sense of humor. Her career pivot came before 2010 Ryan Gosling two-hander “All Good Things,” when she started to meet with acting coach/therapist Greta Seacat (who also works with Coppola).

While Dunst always picks projects based on directors, she credits Seacat with a total game change “in terms of acting and how I approach things,” said Dunst. “And now it’s all about me. It’s cathartic for me. It’s my thing, it’s my experience, it’s nothing about pleasing anyone else but myself. And it all comes from me, so I have so much more control than anybody else; it’s all about my own inner life. By the time I get to set, I’m so prepared no one needs to direct me. No one needs to tell me anything. I feel so powerful with what I have to bring, that making movies is for myself now and it’s like getting rid of poisons. Like if you went to a therapist all the time, but I get to do it by acting out anything I want to, so that’s a powerful tool.”

She draws the line at too much nudity, and turned down a sexy role in another Lars von Trier movie. “I would work with him again,” she said. “It just depends on the part because he loves exposing… like Charlotte Gainsbourg, she has a less curvaceous body, so it’s less assaulting to see than if someone with larger breasts and more womanly-shaped did some of the things she did in movies.”

Biggest Problem: As she has come into a strong sense of her own identity, Dunst is making career choices for herself, not her fans. She’s not looking to please anyone else or playing the movie-star game, as evidenced by her maverick choices, from “Melancholia” to “Fargo.” “Only Lars and Pedro Almodovar write these incredible, messy roles for women,” she has said.

Awards Attention: She won Best Actress at Cannes for her hilariously depressed bride in Lars von Trier’s comedic end-of-the-world tragedy, “Melancholia,” after being quick enough on her feet to survive a disastrous Cannes press conference when her director went off the rails. While she earned plaudits and a Golden Globe nomination for Season Two of “Fargo” as the deeply flawed murderess Peggy Blumquist, she’s never earned an Oscar nomination. “The Beguiled” could be her first — she’s earning raves across the board.

Next page: Dunst scribes her character in “The Beguiled”: “Edwina would be me at my worst, working on a film that I don’t want to be on.”

Related storiesHow Controversies Can Hurt Movies Before They're Released -- IndieWire's Movie Podcast (Screen Talk Episode 154)'The Beguiled' Exclusive: Here's What It's Like to Work On A Sofia Coppola Set -- WatchSofia Coppola Explains Why She Left Her Ambitious Take on 'The Little Mermaid' »

- Anne Thompson

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'Westworld's' Thandie Newton on All Those Nude Scenes, Season 2 and the Han Solo 'Star Wars' Spinoff

8 June 2017 8:30 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - TV News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - TV News news »

Interview With the Vampire, Tom Cruise's undercover agent in Mission: Impossible II, Vin Diesel's alien overlord in The Chronicles of Riddick — the most human may just be Maeve, the robot madam on HBO's Westworld. The character presented the British-born actress with many challenges, physically and emotionally, but at least the wardrobe was simple: She says she spent the majority of her onscreen time naked. Newton, 44, spoke to The Hollywood Reporter about her character, her hopes for season two and »

- Josh Wigler

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Review: The Mummy (2017) is an Exciting and Entertaining Start to the Dark Universe

7 June 2017 9:05 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

I’ll be the first to admit I was rather skeptical going into Alex Kurtzman’s The Mummy, as the trailers seemed to be far more focused on the action instead of the horror to the story. But thankfully, my fears about the direction this new Mummy would take were quickly quelled about 25 minutes into the film, when I realized that this brand new Dark Universe that Universal is set to unleash was starting off on the right foot, because I was having a helluva fun time and was completely immersed in this world.

And while there was a lot of action to be found (I mean, it’s a Tom Cruise movie, and honestly, no one goes for the cinematic gusto quite the way he does), it’s apparent early on that Kurtzman wasn’t screwing around when it came to the horror aspects of The Mummy, making this »

- Heather Wixson

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Kirsten Dunst and Sofia Coppola on Hollywood Sexism, Their Feminist ‘Beguiled’ Remake

16 May 2017 6:00 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Sofia Coppola met her muse Kirsten Dunst in 1998. The actress was just 16 at the time, and the 27-year-old daughter of Francis Ford Coppola was about to make her directorial debut with “The Virgin Suicides,” based on a novel that she loved. Dunst was so innocent, she brought her mom along to chaperone their initial conversation. “I was a little nervous,” she says. “It was my first adult role!”

So much of Hollywood is filtered through the male gaze. But Coppola, who tells stories from the perspectives of her heroines, immediately put Dunst at ease. “She was always a good influence on me as a young woman,” Dunst says, recalling a compliment that Coppola once paid her that she never forgot. “She said to me, ‘I love your teeth; don’t ever fix your teeth.’ I remember doing a ‘Spider-Man’ movie later, and one of the producers was like, ‘I need »

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The Limehouse Golem: first trailer for new horror

9 May 2017 10:24 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

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Bill Nighy headlines The Limehouse Golem, which threats to spook the nation this September. Here's the trailer...

British cinema screens are currently being treated to a bit of Bill Nighty action with Their Finest, that’s currently playing and well worth seeking out. He’s going to be back in your multiplex later this year too, thanks to the new horror The Limehouse Golem. Penned by Jane Goldman and directed by Juan Carlos Medina, the cast for this one also includes Olivia Cooke, Douglas Booth and Eddie Marsan.

A first trailer and official synopsis have been release for the movie, and we’ve got them both right here. As tradition dictates, we’ll do them in the order in which you’re interested.

Here’s the trailer…

And here’s the synopsis…

A serial killer stalks the Limehouse streets of Victorian London in 1880, the terrified population of »

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Things Get Weird For Kirsten Dunst In Trippy New Trailer For ‘Woodshock’

9 May 2017 7:45 AM, PDT | ET Canada | See recent ET Canada news »

We’ve seen Kirsten Dunst in roles ranging from a homicidal hairdresser in “Fargo” to a blood-craving child in “Interview With The Vampire” to a woman who shoots lightning from her fingertips in “Melancholia”, but it’s a safe bet we haven’t seen her in anything as weird as “Woodshock”. That’s immediately apparent in the just-released trailer for […] »

- Brent Furdyk

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Isabelle Huppert and Chloë Grace Moretz to Topline “The Widow”

8 May 2017 9:01 AM, PDT | Women and Hollywood | See recent Women and Hollywood news »

Isabelle Huppert in “Elle

Isabelle Huppert and Chloë Grace Moretz are joining forces. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the actresses have signed on to star in “The Widow,” a thriller about a young woman (Moretz) who is new to Manhattan and dealing with the absence of her late mother. She forms a friendship with an older widow (Huppert) who turns out to have sinister intentions.

Written by Ray Wright (“The Crazies”) and directed by Neil Jordan (“The Brave One,” “Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles”), “The Widow” is being launched at Cannes Film Market, which kicks off May 17. Sidney Kimmel Entertainment (“The Age of Adaline”) is among the project’s producers.

Huppert earned great acclaim — and many awards and nominations, including an Oscar nod — her for performance in 2016’s controversial rape-revenge thriller “Elle.” Her other recent credits include “Things to Come,” “Louder than Bombs,” and “The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby.” Huppert has a number of films set for release in 2017 including Anne Fontaine’s “Marvin,” the story of man who runs away from his hometown and family after being stigmatized for being gay. He ends up writing a hit stage play based on the experience.

Mortez recently appeared in “Brain on Fire,” “The 5th Wave,” and “The Clouds of Sils Maria.” Among her upcoming projects is “The Miseducation of Cameron Post,” a coming-of-age Lgbtq film co-starring “American Honey” breakout Sasha Lane that’s written and directed by “Appropriate Behavior’s” Desiree Akhavan.

Isabelle Huppert and Chloë Grace Moretz to Topline “The Widow” was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story. »

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The Limehouse Golem UK trailer lands online

8 May 2017 7:26 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Lionsgate UK have released The Limehouse Golem UK trailer ahead of its release this coming September.

A serial killer stalks the Limehouse streets of Victorian London in 1880, the terrified population of this squalid district of the East End believe that the “Golem”, a monster from Judaic mythology, is responsible. Inspector Kildare of Scotland Yard is handed the impossible task of solving these heinous crimes and his investigations lead him on a race across the capital from The Old Bailey, to Newgate Prison, to the music halls of London and the British Museum. His chief suspects are music hall superstar Dan Leno, political agitator Karl Marx, writer and philosopher George Gissing and journalist John Cree. Kildare believes that famed performer Little Lizzie Cree, who is almost certainly destined to hang for the poisoning of her husband, holds the key to the identity of the real Golem. Kildare must solve the case and in doing so, »

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Anne Rice's The Vampire Chronicles Heads To Television

2 May 2017 1:34 AM, PDT | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

Deadline is announcing that Paramount Television and Annonymous Content are partnering with legendary author Anne Rice and her son, novelist Christopher Rice, to bring her series The Vampire Chronicles to television. Anne had announced on her Facebook page in November, which she frequents almost daily with news and fan interaction, that she had regained the film rights to her series of books, The Vampire Chronicles. Starting with Interview With The Vampire in 1976, the series has reached 11 books and counting, telling the tale of Lestat the Vampire and his adventures with various characters. The series is mainly set in New Orleans.

Anne Rice has been vocal throughout the years as to how she feels the series should be made. In 1994, when Interview With The Vampire first hit theaters, she was initially critical of Tom Cruise in the role of her favorite character, something for which she publicly stated she was wrong. »

- Tim Jousma

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Anne Rice’s The Vampire Chronicles TV series optioned by Paramount and Anonymous Content

29 April 2017 2:00 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Back in November of last year, author Anne Rice revealed that she had regained the screen rights to her book series The Vampire Chronicles, and was looking to develop a TV adaptation, and now comes word that the project has been optioned by Paramount TV and Anonymous Content. Christopher Rice is penning the series, as well as executive producing alongside Anne Rice and David Kanter and Steve Golin of Anonymous.

“In this unique golden age of television, I couldn’t ask for a finer or more passionate team to help bring my beloved vampire hero, Lestat, alive in a series of the highest quality,” said Anne Rice. “This is a dream come true, both for me and for Christopher and for the fans who have been asking to see the Brat Prince in this medium for years.”

“The first great day for me on this project was when my mother »

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Paramount Television, Anonymous Content option 'The Vampire Chronicles'

28 April 2017 11:47 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Book series spawned iconic character of Lestat.

Paramount Television and Anonymous Content have optioned Anne Rice’s bestselling series The Vampire Chronicles.

Christopher Rice will write the series and serve as executive producer alongside his mother Anne Rice, and Anonymous Content’s David Kanter and Steve Golin.

Rice has written more than 30 novels. Her first, Interview With The Vampire, was published in 1976 and was adapted into the 1994 film starring Tom Cruise

Paramount TV and Anonymous Content have a first-look production deal for scripted television programming and collaborated on Epix series Berlin Station, Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why, the upcoming 10-episode series Maniac that Cary Fukunaga will direct for Netflix starring Emma Stone and Jonah Hill, ordered by Netflix

“It is undeniable that Anne Rice has created the paradigm against which all vampire stories are measured,” Amy Powell, president of Paramount TV, said.

“The rich and vast world she has created with The Vampire Chronicles is unmatched and sophisticated »

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Anne Rice & Christopher Rice Teaming Up with Paramount Television and Anonymous Content for The Vampire Chronicles TV Series

28 April 2017 10:58 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Following Anne Rice's announcement in late 2016 that she had reattained the adaptation rights to The Vampire Chronicles and was working with her son, Christopher, on a pilot episode for a TV series adaptation of her beloved book series, it's now been announced that  Paramount Television and Anonymous Content have optioned the rights to The Vampire Chronicles, with the mother-son duo on board as writers and executive producers for the in-development TV series.

Press Release (via Anne Rice's Facebook page): "Hollywood, Calif., (April 28, 2017) – Paramount Television and Anonymous Content have optioned the rights to 11 books from acclaimed author Anne Rice’s best-selling series, “The Vampire Chronicles.” Christopher Rice, four-time New York Times Bestselling® author and recipient of the Lambda Literary Award, will pen the series and serve as executive producer alongside Anne Rice, and Anonymous Content’s David Kanter and Steve Golin.

“It is undeniable that Anne Rice has »

- Derek Anderson

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‘Vampire Chronicles’ Series in Development at Paramount TV, Anonymous Content

28 April 2017 10:00 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Paramount Television and Anonymous Content have optioned the rights to 11 books from Anne Rice’s best-selling series “The Vampire Chronicles,” Variety has learned.

Christopher Rice, Anne’s son and four-time New York Times Bestselling author in his own right, will write the series and serve as executive producer alongside his mother, as well as Anonymous Content’s David Kanter and Steve Golin.

“It is undeniable that Anne Rice has created the paradigm against which all vampire stories are measured,” said Amy Powell, president of Paramount TV. “The rich and vast world she has created with ‘The Vampire Chronicles’ is unmatched and sophisticated with ’90s gothic undertones that will be perfectly suited to captivate audiences. The series is full of compelling characters led by Lestat, arguably one of the greatest original characters, literary or otherwise. We are thrilled to collaborate with Anne, Christopher, and the team at Anonymous Content on this epic series.”

The »

- Joe Otterson

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A Twilight Spinoff Movie Could Be “Fun,” Says Robert Pattinson

20 April 2017 1:03 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

It is certainly the case that, before Edward Cullen came along, Robert Pattinson was only really known to diehard Harry Potter fans as a bit-part player. It was, unarguably, Twilight that turned the young actor into a household name overnight, as he took on the male lead role in the cinematic adaptation of the vampiric romance that had taken the young adult literary scene by storm. His contribution to the vampire-human-werewolf love triangle created by Stephenie Meyer in her story, and realized onscreen by director Catherine Hardwicke helped turn a movie into a five-film, billion dollar franchise – and the rest is Hollywood history.

So, it’s perhaps unsurprising that Robert Pattinson might be open to re-visiting the character that handed him his career on a plate – and he’s now mentioned as much in an interview with Yahoo! Movies, during which he was promoting his latest film, The Lost City Of Z. »

- Sarah Myles

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Calista Flockhart Returns To Season Finale Of Supergirl

13 April 2017 2:36 AM, PDT | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

Deadline is reporting that Calista Flockhart is set to make her return to Supergirl. Calista starred in Season 1 of the show as Cat Grant, head of Catco Worldwide Media and boss of our hero, Kara Danvers. When filming went from Los Angeles to Vancouver for Season 2 when the show switched networks from CBS to The CW, Cat Grant went from a series regular to leaving the show after the second episode of the season.

While not my favorite DC television show, Supergirl has been good, consistent, yet cheesy fun. For me, the character of Cat Grant has consistently been the one character that pulled me out of the world the other actors were trying to create. Cat Grant just seems fake, even for Supergirl. Calista is playing a caricature, a cliche. Not a character. 

"Say what?"

When she first appeared on screen, you got the impression that you weren't going to like her. »

- Tim Jousma

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The myth of screenwriting credits

30 March 2017 7:05 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

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Why the writers credited on a movie are rarely the only ones who put the screenplay together....

The Wizard Of Oz, since its initial release in 1939, has richly deserved its long-cemented status as an all-time classic. A regular resident in the IMDb top 250 films of all time, and a part of many people’s DVD collection, it’s a film that I’d wager more and more people fall in love with each year. Long may that continue.

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Lots of brilliant people were involved in bringing The Wizard Of Oz to the big screen. Some terrific writers, too, who came up with a quotable and cherished script. The film’s screenplay is credited to Noel Langley, »

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Celebrating Irishness at the Movies

16 March 2017 9:22 AM, PDT | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

And look at that, not a leprechaun in sight.

For a relatively small island with a tiny film industry, Ireland certainly gets a lot of representation in movies — sometimes via other places masquerading as Ireland, other times by representing other places (the beach landing scene in Saving Private Ryan was shot in Wexford, for example) or worlds (Ahch-To in The Force Awakens), and occasionally it even gets to play itself. The island also exports a rather impressive number of cinematic talents considering the fact that, though every third or forth person you meet on the street in, say, Boston or Chicago (a lot of places, really) will claim Irish heritage, the Republic of Ireland has a population of slightly less than 4.6 million and Northern Ireland slightly more than 1.8 million, bringing the island to a total of only around 6.4 million. In other words, still around 2 million less than before the Famine, over »

- Ciara Wardlow

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Severin Films Unveils Dark Waters Blu-ray / DVD Special Features

6 March 2017 8:51 AM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

The special features for Severin Films' Blu-ray and DVD release of Mariano Baino's Dark Waters have been revealed. Featuring an HD transfer, the Blu-ray is accompanied by a handful of featurettes, deleted scenes, and a silent blooper reel.

Dark Waters Blu-ray: "Note: This Listing Includes The Dark Waters Blu-ray Along With Our Limited Edition “Dark Amulet” Enamel Pin Which Was Made In Collaboration With The Fine Folks Of Pallbearer Press.

Dark Waters has been acclaimed as “visually amazing” (Videoscope), “a lost masterpiece of art-house horror” (Filmmaker Magazine), “deeply disturbing” (BBC Radio One), “a must-see for serious horror buffs” (Film Review), and compared to the works of Bergman, Bava and Argento. Now experience the modern Nunsploitation masterpiece from co-writer/director Mariano Baino as you’ve never seen or heard it before: When a young Englishwoman attempts to discover her mysterious connection to a remote island convent, she will unlock an unholy communion of torment, »

- Tamika Jones

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