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October Horrors 2017 Day 21 – Prometheus (2012)

Prometheus, 2012.

Directed by Ridley Scott.

Starring Noomi Rapace, Michael Fassbender, Guy Pearce, Idris Elba, Charlize Theron, Logan Marshall-Green, Sean Harris, Rafe Spall, Emun Elliott, Benedict Wong, and Kate Dickie.

Synopsis:

The research vessel Prometheus carries a team of scientists to a mysterious planet on a mission to uncover the secrets regarding the origins of the human race. Far from meeting their makers, the scientists instead uncover a centuries-old plot that if successful could lead to the extinction of humanity.

After four films following the character of Ripley and two abysmal crossovers with the Predator franchise, the Alien franchise had seemingly run out of steam and looked like it would finally enter retirement.

However, some disagreed and none more so than director Ridley Scott, who owes his very career to the original 1979 film that catapulted him to fame, and felt that there was still life (and money) to be wrung from the series.
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T2 Trainspotting leads Scottish BAFTA race by Amber Wilkinson - 2017-10-05 10:11:07

T2 Trainspotting leads charge for Scottish BAFTAs Danny Boyle's T2 Trainspotting has been nominated for five awards by Bafta Scotland.

The sequel to the 1986 hit is in the running for best film, best director, plus best actor nods for Ewen Bremner, Robert Carlyle and Ewan McGregor.

The film will vie for best film against Accidental Anarchist, directed by John Archer and Clara Glynn and Chico Pereira's docufiction Donkeyote.

The ceremony will take place on Sunday 5 November.

Full list of the film nominees:

Actor - Film

Ewen Bremner - T2 Trainspotting

Robert Carlyle - T2 Trainspotting

Ewan McGregor - T2 Trainspotting

Actress - Film

Kate Dickie - Prevenge

Freya Mavor - Modern Life Is Rubbish

Deirdre Mullins - The Dark Mile

Animation

Home Matters - Playdead

Life Cycles - Ross Hogg

Spindrift - Selina Wagner, Anna Thomson, Mike Vass

Director - Fiction

Danny Boyle - T2 Trainspotting

Hope Dickson Leach
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Newly Launched BFI Filmography Reveals Stark Gender Disparity in UK Film

Jodie Whittaker, one of the BFI Filmography’s most prolific actresses, in “Adult Life Skills

Today the BFI introduced the BFI Filmography, a complete, living record of all the 10,000-and-counting UK films released since 1911. While the resource is, as the BFI describes, “a treasure trove of new information,” it is also a revealing account of the pronounced gender inequality present in UK movies, both on and offscreen.

Among other issues, the filmography is plagued with gender stereotypes. The BFI found that the four character types women are most likely to portray are prostitutes, housekeepers, nurses, and receptionists. Of course, that’s when women are onscreen at all. As the filmography shows, the past century hasn’t featured much change in opportunity for female actors: women comprised 31 percent of film casts in 1913 and, so far, represent 30 percent of the casts in 2017.

Overall, female actors tend to work less than their male counterparts. For example, the most prolific male actor working today is Michael Caine, who has made 70 films to date. The most prolific actress still working is Judi Dench, who has made 41 films.

As for women in behind-the-scenes roles, the BFI Filmography includes only 23 projects with a majority-female crew, which amounts to about one percent. Just seven percent of the films made since 2000 were made by a majority-female crew. As one would expect, the number of women working on film crews has increased over the past 100 years — but the rate of change is still frustratingly slow. Women accounted for three percent of film crews in 1913, and by the early 2000s that number had grown to 27 percent. Women comprise 34 percent of this year’s film crews.

Women helmed only 4.5 percent of the BFI filmography and, like their onscreen counterparts, female directors tend to work much less than men. With 13 movies, Muriel Box (“Rattle of a Simple Man,” “The Piper’s Tune”) is the filmography’s most prolific female director. Maurice Elvey (“The Suicide Club,” “Love in a Wood”) is the most prolific male director with 151 films. That’s right: Elvey made over 11 times as many films as Box.

Director of Photography is the crew role that features the largest gender gap. Women DoPs have shot just 1.3 percent of UK films. With eight films, Nina Kellgren (“Young Soul Rebels”) is the female DoP with the most work experience.

The gender disparity of the BFI Filmography is disheartening of course, but it could also be a springboard for reform in the UK film industry — and not just for women’s representation. The lack of racial diversity in UK movies is also startling: 59 percent of the last decade’s films featured no black actors. As the BFI stated: “Whilst the BFI Filmography launches with a detailed look at gender, it is the intention to continue to build on the data, to provide a greater understanding of representation on and off screen.” Here’s hoping that studios really consider the BFI Filmography and decide that the next 100 years of cinema will be a better, more inclusive place.

Some additional stats from the filmography are below, courtesy of the BFI. Go to the BFI Filmography website to look through the new resource and find out more.

Most prolific women actors of each decade 1960–2017

1960s

Marianne Stone — 62 films

1970s

Marianne Stone — 37 films

1980s

Liz Smith — 14 films

1990s

Sadie Frost — 10 films

2000s

Shirley Henderson — 18 films

2010s

Kate Dickie — 13 films

Jodie Whittaker — 12 films

Most prolific women actors (still working)

Judi Dench — 41 films

Maggie Smith — 40 films

Vanessa Redgrave — 40 films

Sylvia Syms — 38 films

Liz Fraser — 37 films

Joan Collins — 37 films

Honor Blackman — 36 films

Jane Carr — 34 films

Julie Walters — 34 films

Helen Mirren — 33 films

4 Characters women are Most likely to play (when name/gender is unspecified)

Prostitute — 94% cast as women

Housekeeper — 91% cast as women

Nurse — 88% cast as women

Receptionist — 80% cast as women

4 Characters women are Least likely to play (when name/gender is unspecified)

Police Inspector — 0% cast as women

Police Sergeant — 0% cast as women

Steward — 0% cast as women

Taxi Driver — 0% cast as women

Most prolific women directors

Muriel Box — 13 films

Christine Edzard — 7 films

Gurinder Chadha — 7 films

Sally Potter — 7 films

Wendy Toye — 6 films

Mira Nair — 6 films

Penny Woolcock — 5 films

Beeban Kidron — 5 films

Debbie Isitt — 5 films

Mary McGuckian — 5 films

Newly Launched BFI Filmography Reveals Stark Gender Disparity in UK Film 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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Review: Game of Thrones – Season 7 – Episode 7

Alas, the Song of Ice and Fire draws to a close once again.

Season 7 really has been one hell of a thrill ride. Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) met Jon Snow (Kit Harrington), the Night King (Vladimir Furdik) met, and brought down, a dragon, Arya (Maisie Williams) and Sansa (Sophie Turner) were finally reunited and Jaime (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) managed to put yet another bun in Cersie’s (Lena Headey) oven. It’s also boasted the best battle scenes that Game of Thrones has shown yet, with the production team finally being gifted the budget the show has been dying for since day one. Indeed, spectacle wise, it would be very easy to label Season 7 as the best of all.

However.

Things have seemed a tad – un Game of Throneish this year. Maybe it’s because the story is finally getting going, and characters are being reunited, that have been apart for a number of seasons.
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Anna Paquin and Holliday Grainger to Star in Period Romance from Annabel Jankel

Anna Paquin in the upcoming miniseries “Alias Grace”: Sabrina Lantos/Netflix

Oscar winner Anna Paquin is switching from one period project to another. The “True Blood” star, who will next be seen in Sarah Polley’s “Alias Grace” miniseries on Netflix, has signed on to star in “Tell it to the Bees” alongside Holliday Grainger (“My Cousin Rachel”), Deadline reports. “D.O.A.” director Annabel Jankel will helm the project, an adaptation of Fiona Shaw’s 2009 novel of the same name.

Paquin will portray Dr. Jean Markham, a woman who returns home to run her late father’s medical practice. “When a school-yard scuffle lands young Charlie (newcomer Gregor Selkirk) in her office, she invites him to visit the hives in her garden and to tell his secrets to the bees as she once did,” Deadline summarizes. “The friendship between the boy and the doctor brings his mother Lydia (Grainger) into Jean’s world. The women find themselves drawn to one another in a way that Jean recognizes and fears, and which Lydia could never have expected. But in 1950s small-town Britain, the secret won’t stay hidden forever.”

“Tell it to the Bees” will co-star Kate Dickie (Alice Lowe’s “Prevenge”), Lauren Lyle (“Outlander”), Emun Elliott (“Star Wars: The Force Awakens”), and Steven Robertson (“T2: Trainspotting”).

Principal photography has already kicked off in Scotland.

Sisters and collaborators Henrietta Ashworth and Jessica Ashworth (“Dixi,” “Fresh Meat”) wrote the screenplay for “Tell it to the Bees,” which Jankel describes as “an unholy mash-up of 1950s social and magical realism.”

Jankel is producing the project alongside Daisy Allsop, Nick Hill, and Nik Bower. Alison Owen, Lizzie Francke, Sunny Vohra, Deepak Nayar, and Ben Roberts serve as EPs.

Paquin’s recent projects include “Bellevue,” the Jane Maggs and Adrienne Mitchell-created CBC crime drama centered around the disappearance of a transgender teen. Besides “Alias Grace,” you can catch her next in “The Parting Glass,” a drama following a grieving family as they travel to collect their late sister’s belongings.

Grainger appears next in the Alicia Vikander-led romance “Tulip Fever,” out August 25.

Anna Paquin and Holliday Grainger to Star in Period Romance from Annabel Jankel 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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Filming underway on Tell It to the Bees starring Anna Paquin and Holliday Grainger

Motion Picture Capital, BFI and Creative Scotland have announced that filming is now underway on Tell It to the Bees, an adaptation of Fiona Shaw’s critically acclaimed romance novel, which stars Anna Paquin (True Blood) and Holiday Grainger (My Cousin Rachel).

The film is being directed by Annabel Jankel (Live from Abbey Road, Skellig: The Owl Man) and features a supporting cast that includes Kate Dickie (Game of Thrones) Emun Elliot (Star Wars: The Force Awakens), Steven Robertson (Doctor Who), Lauren Lyle (Outlander) and newcomer Gregor Selkirk. Here’s the official synopsis…

Dr Jean Markham (Anna Paquin) returns to the town she left as a teenager, to take over her estranged late father’s Gp surgery. When a school-yard scuffle lands Charlie (Gregor Selkirk) in her office, she invites him to visit the hives in her garden and tell his secrets to the bees, as she once did. The
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Anna Paquin Joins U.K. Movie ‘Tell It To The Bees’

Anna Paquin Joins U.K. Movie ‘Tell It To The Bees’
Anna Paquin has joined “Tell It To The Bees,” the movie adaptation of the 2009 Fiona Shaw novel.

The film is set in 1950s Britain and the “True Blood” star Paquin will play Dr. Jean Markham as she returns to the town she left as a teenager to take over her late father’s medical practice. She finds herself attracted to the mother of a patient, played by Holiday Grainger, prompting a secret romance between the two.

Paquin’s recent work includes Wgn drama “Bellevue,” and she will be in in Netflix’s upcoming Margaret Atwood adaptation “Alias Grace.”

Principal photography on “Tell It The Bees” is now underway in Scotland, and additional cast includes include Kate Dickie (“Game of Thrones”), Emun Elliott (“Star Wars: The Force Awakens”), Steven Robertson (“T2: Trainspotting”), Lauren Lyle (“Outlander”), and Gregor Selkirk.

Henrietta and Jessica Ashworth have adapted the novel for the big screen. Annabel Jankel is directing.
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Anna Paquin boards UK lesbian romance 'Tell It To The Bees'

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Anna Paquin boards UK lesbian romance 'Tell It To The Bees'
Filming is underway in Scotland on BFI, Creative Scotland backed project.

Anna Paquin has boarded Tell It To The Bees, the BFI and Creative Scotland backed period romance which is now shooting on location in Scotland.

As previously announced, Holliday Grainger will also star in the project and Film Constellation will handle sales.

Also joining the cast is Kate Dickie, Emun Elliott, Steven Robertson, Lauren Lyle and newcomer Gregor Selkirk.

Henrietta and Jessica Ashworth have written the screenplay, which is adapted from Fiona Shaw’s 2009 novel of the same name, and Annabel Jankel is directing.

The story chronicles a lesbian romance in 1950s Britain between a single mother who is dealing with the breakdown of her marriage, played by Grainger, and a doctor, returning to her small hometown to take over her late-father’s practice, played by Paquin.

Producers are Daisy Allsop, Nick Hill, Annabel Jankel, Nik Bower. Executive Producers are Deepak Nayar, Alison Owen, the BFI
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Anna Paquin Joins Lesbian Romance 'Tell It to the Bees'

Anna Paquin Joins Lesbian Romance 'Tell It to the Bees'
True Blood star Anna Paquin has boarded Tell It to the Bees, the period romance that has now started shooting on location in Scotland.

The film — based on Fiona Shaw's 2009 novel of the same name — also stars Holliday Grainger (Tulip Fever, Cinderella), Kate Dickie (Game of Thrones), Emun Elliott (Star Wars: The Force Awakens), Steven Robertson (T2: Trainspotting), Lauren Lyle (Outlander) and newcomer Gregor Selkirk.

Annabel Jankel is directing from a screenplay by Henrietta and Jessica Ashworth.

Set in 1950s small-town Britain, Tell It to the Bees chronicles a lesbian romance between a single mother (Grainger) who is...
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‘Game of Thrones’: Why Bran Will Be the One to Beat Littlefinger at His Own Game

‘Game of Thrones’: Why Bran Will Be the One to Beat Littlefinger at His Own Game
On “Game of Thrones,” Littlefinger might be the most dangerous man in Westeros, but he may have met his match.

Petyr “Littlefinger” Baelish (Aidan Gillen) is the epitome of a Westerosi success story. Although of low birth in this feudal society, his ambition, wits and ruthlessness allowed him to rise in the ranks until he finally became the Lord Protector of the Vale.

In contrast, Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead Wright) was born into nobility but had much of his comfort and privilege stripped from him: half of his family members have been killed, he lost his ability to walk, and as the new Three-Eyed Raven, he is no longer heir to Winterfell.

Read More‘Game of Thrones’: 5 Crazy Reasons Why The Hound Is the Prince Who Was Promised, Not Daenerys

Such disparate characters wouldn’t normally be the most obvious foes, but this is “Game of Thrones,” and both
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‘Game of Thrones’: Why Bran Will Be the One to Beat Littlefinger at His Own Game

‘Game of Thrones’: Why Bran Will Be the One to Beat Littlefinger at His Own Game
On “Game of Thrones,” Littlefinger might be the most dangerous man in Westeros, but he may have met his match.

Petyr “Littlefinger” Baelish (Aidan Gillen) is the epitome of a Westerosi success story. Although of low birth in this feudal society, his ambition, wits and ruthlessness allowed him to rise in the ranks until he finally became the Lord Protector of the Vale.

In contrast, Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead Wright) was born into nobility but had much of his comfort and privilege stripped from him: half of his family members have been killed, he lost his ability to walk, and as the new Three-Eyed Raven, he is no longer heir to Winterfell.

Read More‘Game of Thrones’: 5 Crazy Reasons Why The Hound Is the Prince Who Was Promised, Not Daenerys

Such disparate characters wouldn’t normally be the most obvious foes, but this is “Game of Thrones,” and both
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Edinburgh to host 'Okja', 'Daphne', Sean Connery movies, Michael Powell classic

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Edinburgh to host 'Okja', 'Daphne', Sean Connery movies, Michael Powell classic
Exclusive: Movies with a Scottish flavour include Daphne, The Last Photograph, The Marker, while Okja will also screen.

The Edinburgh International Film Festival has revealed a host of movies with Scottish connections set to play at its 70th anniversary edition.

Scottish director Peter Mackie Burns will bring his debut Daphne, which stars Emily Beecham (Hail Caesar) and Geraldine James (Sherlock Holmes), while Scottish actress Freya Mavor (Sunshine On Leith) stars in the world premiere of comedy-drama Modern Life Is Rubbish.

Filmmaker Justin Edgar also returns to the Eiff with The Marker, starring veteran Scottish actor John Hannah; while The Last Photograph, starring Danny Huston, revolves around the Lockerbie disaster.

Bong Joon Ho’s latest offering Okja, starring Eiff honorary patron Tilda Swinton, will also screen and there will also be showcases of local icons Sean Connery and Robbie Coltrane.

Titles filmed and set in Scotland will include Edie, starring Kevin Guthrie and psychological thriller The Dark Mile
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‘Alien’ Revisited: Nearly Four Decades Later, Ripley Is Still the Boundary-Busting Heroine We Deserve

‘Alien’ Revisited: Nearly Four Decades Later, Ripley Is Still the Boundary-Busting Heroine We Deserve
Sigourney Weaver’s face isn’t the first one you see in Ridley Scott’s “Alien” — she’s not even the first name you see, popping up second in the opening credits to Tom Skerritt — but there’s no question that Scott’s 1979 sci-fi masterpiece is a film (and, now, an entire franchise) that lives and dies based on the strength of Weaver’s indelible Ellen Ripley. She doesn’t even begin to emerge as the film’s principal hero until about 45 minutes in, when Ripley steps up in the wake of the kind of calamitous tragedy that still makes the film such a heart-pounding to watch, nearly four decades on.

Scott’s choice to ultimately center his film around the strength of a female character was hardly the kind of thing that other late-’70s action-driven blockbusters dug into (screenwriter Dan O’Bannon first wrote Ripley as a male lead,
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Movie Review – Prevenge (2017)

Prevenge, 2017.

Written and Directed by Alice Lowe.

Starring Alice Lowe, Jo Hartley, Gemma Whelan, Kate Dickie, Tom Davis, Kayvan Novak, Mika Wozniak, and Della Moon Synott.

Synopsis:

Widow Ruth is seven months pregnant when, believing herself to be guided by her unborn baby, she embarks on a homicidal rampage, dispatching anyone who stands in her way.

It takes a lot of bravery and undeniable talent to direct, write, and star in one’s own film, but to do it while seven months pregnant? That’s entering a whole new echelon of dedicated filmmaking and long sleepless nights, but a creative decision that most definitely adds another layer to the supremely twisted comedy and gory slasher murders surrounding underrated British actress Alice Lowe’s feature debut Prevenge.

Drawing influence from such revered masterpieces like Rosemary’s Baby, Prevenge devilishly plays with the concept of unborn babies talking their motherly hosts into all sorts of nefarious acts.
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SXSW 2017: Official Clip & Trailer for Prevenge

Ahead of its March 24th release on the streaming service Shudder, Alice Lowe's dark comedy horror film Prevenge is teased in an official clip and trailer.

In case you missed it, read Heather's SXSW review of Prevenge, and check here for our other coverage of the SXSW Film Festival.

From the Press Release: "Prevenge marks the directorial debut from Lowe (star and writer of Ben Wheatley’s “Sightseers”), who is a true triple threat, writing, directing, and acting in the film during her own real-life pregnancy. The film received praise from critics and audiences alike at the Venice and Toronto International Film Festivals, as well as a British Independent Film Award nomination for Best Directorial Debut.

A pitch black, wryly British horror comedy from the mind of Alice Lowe (“Sightseers,” “Hot Fuzz,” “Paddington”), Prevenge follows Ruth, a pregnant woman on a killing spree, that’s as funny as it is vicious.
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Second Opinion – Prevenge (2016)

Prevenge, 2016.

Written and Directed by Alice Lowe.

Starring Alice Lowe, Jo Hartley, Kate Dickie, Kayvan Novak, Gemma Whalen, and Tom Davis.

Synopsis:

Widow Ruth is seven months pregnant when, believing herself to be guided by her unborn baby, she embarks on a homicidal rampage, dispatching anyone who stands in her way.

There is an extraordinary absence of sympathetic characters in Alice Lowe’s directorial debut Prevenge – a grizzly, Death Wish-come-Rosemary’s Baby descent into the manic, mind of a woman driven to murder by her unborn baby. Surrounding Ruth (Lowe) – heavily pregnant and wholly unpleasant – are sleazy 70s disco DJs, leering reptile experts and vile cross fit junkies; as Obi Wan so declares, “it’s a wretched hive of scum and villainy.”

Ruth, heavily pregnant and now finding herself on the cusp of becoming a single mother following a sudden accident, is entirely disillusioned by pregnancy. Her midwife (Jo Hartley
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Shudder Acquires North American Rights to Pregnancy Horror Comedy Prevenge

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Many horror fans may remember Alice Lowe as the tourist Tina on the vacation that went horribly wrong in Ben Wheatley’s Sightseers, and the actress / filmmaker is now bringing another memorable character to life in her new horror comedy Prevenge, which has been acquired for North American distribution by the streaming service Shudder.

Shudder will release Prevenge on their streaming service (and in select New York and Los Angeles theaters) beginning March 24th, following the film’s showing at the SXSW Film Festival. Below, we have the official press release with full details.

Press Release (via Rama’s Screen): New York, NY (February 8, 2017) – Shudder announced today that it is acquiring North American rights to Alice Lowe’s pregnancy horror comedy Prevenge. The film will be available on the premium thriller, suspense and horror video streaming service and play theatrically in New York and Los Angeles from March 24th,
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Alice Lowe horror comedy 'Prevenge' finds North American home at Shudder

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Alice Lowe horror comedy 'Prevenge' finds North American home at Shudder
The streaming service is planning its first theatrical release after acquiring the British star’s feature directorial debut.

Prevenge will launch online and in New York and Los Angeles on March 24 shortly after its screening at SXSW.

Lowe stars in the story about a pregnant woman on a killing spree who is guided by her misanthropic unborn child.

Gemma Whelan, Kate Dickie and Jo Hartley round out the key cast on the film, which premiered in Venice and Toronto last year and earned Lowe a Bifa nomination for best directorial debut.

“I can’t think of a more perfect home for my other baby, Prevenge,” Lowe said. “As a dedicated and genuine horror film fan as well as a filmmaker, Shudder’s strong mission to showcase genres within horror made it the only choice for the film.”

Western Edge Pictures produced for The Gennaker Group. Shudder brokered the deal with ICM Partners and Xyz Films on behalf
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Alice Lowe pregnancy thriller 'Prevenge' finds North American home at Shudder

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Alice Lowe pregnancy thriller 'Prevenge' finds North American home at Shudder
The streaming service is planning its first theatrical release after acquiring the British star’s feature directorial debut.

Prevenge will launch online and in New York and Los Angeles on March 24 shortly after its screening at SXSW.

Lowe also stars in the story about a pregnant woman on a killing spree, guided by her misanthropic unborn child that holds society responsible for the absence of a father.

Gemma Whelan, Kate Dickie and Jo Hartley round out the key cast on the film, which premiered in Venice and Toronto last year and earned Lowe a Bifa nomination for best directorial debut.

“I can’t think of a more perfect home for my other baby, Prevenge,” Lowe said. “As a dedicated and genuine horror film fan as well as a filmmaker, Shudder’s strong mission to showcase genres within horror made it the only choice for the film.”

Western Edge Pictures produced for The Gennaker Group. Shudder brokered
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Movie Review – Prevenge (2016)

Prevenge, 2016.

Directed by Alice Lowe.

Starring Alice Lowe, Jo Hartley, Kate Dickie, Kayvan Novak and Tom Davis.

Synopsis:

Ruth is seven months pregnant and her husband has died in a tragic accident. As far as she’s concerned, the little girl growing inside her is telling her to kill people. Some because they were involved in the accident and some because they’re just in the way.

Alice Lowe is adept at juggling. Acting (Adult Life Skills and Sightseers), writing (Sightseers again) and now directing her first feature, Prevenge. She wrote it as well, and plays the lead role. Admittedly, she’s not the first to do that and she won’t be the last, but she’s made a pretty impressive directorial debut nonetheless.

Given her track record, you wouldn’t expect anything conventional. And you’d be right. This is a serial killer horror comedy, with Lowe playing the widowed Ruth,
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