‘Lord of Misrule’ Review – Atmospheric Folk Horror Movie Follows a Well-Trodden Path

Filmmaker William Brent Bell‘s latest, Lord of Misrule, bears all the familiar earmarks of folk horror. A peculiar town with Pagan roots, bonfires, masked denizens reveling in harvest rituals, and a pious Christian at the center, scrambling to make sense of it all. It’s that well-trodden but visually lush path that serves as refreshing misdirection in a new […]

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‘Lord of Misrule’ – William Brent Bell on Casting Ralph Ineson in Villainous Role Written for a Woman

There’s a familiar face leading the folk horror in Orphan: First Kill director William Brent Bell‘s Lord of Misrule. Ralph Ineson (The Witch, Green Knight) takes a villainous turn in Bell’s latest, playing a character initially written as a woman. Magnet Releasing will release Lord of Misrule in theaters and on VOD on December 8, 2023. The film follows “Rebecca Holland (Tuppence Middleton), who has […]

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‘Lord of Misrule’ Trailer – Eerie New Folk Horror Film from ‘Orphan: First Kill’ Director William Brent Bell

There’s a familiar face leading the folk horror in Orphan: First Kill director William Brent Bell‘s Lord of Misrule. Ralph Ineson (The Witch, Green Knight) presides over an eerie bonfire surrounded by masked participants in the brand new trailer for the upcoming release. Magnet Releasing will release Lord of Misrule in theaters and on VOD […]

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‘Nosferatu’ – Official Website Launches for Upcoming Robert Eggers Remake

Up next from Robert Eggers (The Witch, The Lighthouse, The Northman) is a remake of the horror classic Nosferatu, and Focus Features has just launched the film’s official website this week. There’s not much there at this time, but the launch of the website is proof positive that the long-in-the-works film from Eggers is FINALLY – […]

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‘The Pope’s Exorcist’ – ‘The Witch’ Star Ralph Ineson Will Voice the Film’s Demon [Exclusive]

Julius Avery, the director of 2018’s Overlord, is heading back into the horror genre with The Pope’s Exorcist, and Bloody Disgusting has learned that Ralph Ineson (The Witch, The Green Knight) has joined Russell Crowe in the film. Ineson has been cast as the voice of the demon. Ralph Ineson is an accomplished screen actor, delivering magnetic […]

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‘The Last Victim’ Trailer – Ralph Ineson and Ron Perlman Star in Western Thriller

Coming to limited theaters and VOD next month, The Last Victim looks to be a bloody Western-thriller hybrid, and IGN just debuted the official trailer for the movie this week. The Last Victim follows a group of modern-day outlaws (led by The Witch actor Ralph Ineson), pursued by an aging sheriff (Ron Perlman), who deal […]

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Filming Begins on ‘The Boy’ Director’s Folk Horror ‘Lord of Misrule’

William Brent Bell, the filmmaker behind The Devil Inside, The Boy, Brahms, and the forthcoming Orphan prequel, has just started filming his contemporary folk horror Lord of Misrule, which began development some two years ago, reports Deadline. “The film is set in a rural English village and film follows Rebecca Holland who has recently taken […]

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How Ralph Ineson Breathed Life into Practical Effects-Heavy ‘The Green Knight’ [Interview]

Writer/Director David Lowery‘s adaptation of the anonymously written, 14th-century poem “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight” sends young Gawain (Dev Patel) on an arduous, existential quest. Every step of his journey inspires new growth, and hard lessons won; fitting considering it all begins with an invitation to play a deadly game. In The Green Knight (read my […]

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[Review] ‘The Green Knight’ Conquers Its Epic Medieval Fantasy Quest With Richly Thematic Perfection!

Writer/Director David Lowery’s adaptation of the anonymously written, 14th-century poem “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight” makes for one epic feast of a movie. Lowery deconstructs it, creating an intensely robust sword and sorcery feature thematically, visually, and narratively. The Green Knight doesn’t just ensnare you in its captivating spell piecemeal; it consumes you wholly from the opening […]

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