Starring Jennifer Ehle, Morfydd Clark and Lily Frazer, Saint Maud is a new horror movie about a pious nurse who becomes increasingly obsessed with saving the soul of her dying patient.
Written / directed by Rose Glass; additional key cast includes Faith Edwards, Turlough Convery, Linda E Greenwood, Lily Knight, Noa Bodner, Marcus Hutton…
‘All the good girls go to hell‘
A great lyric and one that seems so very fitting for this trailer.
This is also a religious horror film, the kind that’s most likely to rob me of sleep and give me nightmares. We’ll seE how far I get because I am rather interested in Ehle and Clark’s performances. Lastly, is it just me or does it feel as though this movie is bordering on comedy, based on this trailer.
Starring Chloë Grace Moretz, Sasha Lane, Jennifer Ehle, Quinn Shephard and directed by Desiree Akhavan; The Miseducation Of Cameron Post is the story of a teenage girl who was forced forced into a gay conversion therapy centre by her conservative guardians…
I’m in because it looks like a well acted role by Moretz; a good thing since the story is so interesting and based on true events.
And yes, every single time I read the title of this movie I think of The Miseducation Of Lauren Hill, a brilliant album.
Cynthia Nixon, a.k.a. Miranda Hobbes of Sex & The City is playing celebrated American poet, Emily Dickinson. Directed by Terence Davies, A Quiet Passion tells the story of Dickinson’s early years as a school girl and later when she becomes a recluse and an unrecognised artist…
This one I want to see to learn about the strong, independent and smart Dickinson. I’d also love to watch Nixon in another role I can add to my list of her best work.
Jennifer Ehle, Duncan Duff, Keith Carradine and Jodhi May also star.
I’m always glad to see Greg Kinnear’s name on a cast list because I know that most of the time, an emotionally rich performance is coming my way. Stuck In Love (2012)is one such example. In Little Men, Kinnear is playing a grieving, struggling actor with grown up issues that are threatening his 13 year old son’s great new friendship…
I’m looking forward to finding out how the offspring in this story deal with their parent’s issues and shortcomings because they’re very much caught in the middle.
Directed by Ira Sachs; Alfred Molina, Theo Taplitz, Michael Barbieri, Jennifer Ehle, and Talia Balsam make up some of the key cast.