Yes, and it's a delight to be here. Leno's brash, cross-dressing, on-stage persona hides a sensitive, thoughtful soul, yet beneath this lies an utterly ruthless streak: the show must go on at any price; Kindly Uncle, the theatre manager (brilliantly played by Eddie Marsan sporting some top tattoos) hides a deviant dark side. What did Lizzie say in Hebrew (?) Here we are again? Yet even the bloodthirsty London public only has half an eye on her scandalous case; instead their attention is gripped by the gory tale of the Limehouse Golem, a gruesome serial killer whose grisly, seemingly random crimes have shocked and fascinated the city. The Limehouse Golem is a 2016 British horror-mystery film directed by Juan Carlos Medina from a screenplay by Jane Goldman. The spectacle of murder is collated with the spectacle of theatre, the public revelling in every detail of the golem's theatrically staged crimes through the newspapers (crowds of reporters dog Kildare's every move like Victorian paparazzi) then vicariously experiencing similar monstrosities in the music halls, in shows like Leno's horror comedy Bluebeard.

But his feelings become complicated as he finds himself falling under the beguiling spell of her charms. So goes the catchphrase of legendary Victorian music hall comedian Dan Leno, who plays a key role in Grand Guignol shocker The Limehouse Golem. LATEST REVIEWS. John Cree has immortalised his wife Lizzie's life in a sensationalist melodrama, Misery Junction. London 1865. Aside from Nighy (who's superb, conveying as much through what he doesn't say and what he does – a clenched jaw, knotted fingers or steely glance speaking monologues) and Marsan, none of the actors are particularly well known, yet all are outstanding, in particular Olivia Cooke as Lizzie and Douglas Booth as the mercurial, many-faceted Leno. Most of the supporting cast are great.

HERE WE ARE AGAIN. Okay so some of Kildare's revelatory detective work makes you wonder what on earth his investigating predecessor was playing at, and it doesn't take Sherlock Holmes to work out whodunnit by the end.

Dalton Mills, Dalton Lane, Keighley, Bradford, West Yorkshire, England, UK, What to Watch if You Miss the "Game of Thrones" Cast, Evening Post Reporter Choose an adventure below and discover your next favorite movie or TV show. As Scotland Yard flounders, the case is passed to Inspector John Kildare (Bill Nighy), dragged from his usual role investigating theft and fraud to front the case and take the fall when he fails to catch the killer. ).Its not overly gory - this is a good thing as its the plot and character interplay that is strong here.The ye olde London Town setting is well done.The story moves along as quite a pace with red herrings and twists galore.We guessed whodunit 2/3 of the way through - but it was an entertaining ride nonetheless.This film is a cut above much of the generic and formulaic Hollywood fare we are fed these days.Go see it quickly while its still in cinemas - its not nearly as big a hit as it deserves to be. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. So goes the catchphrase of legendary Victorian music hall comedian Dan Leno, who plays a key role in Grand Guignol shocker The Limehouse Golem.

Build up your Halloween Watchlist with our list of the most popular horror titles on Netflix in October. I really enjoyed this film.There is real chemistry between Bill Nighy and Daniel Mays.

It has a gloomy atmosphere and the music hall setting works well (albeit a music hall with lots of music and absolutely zero musicians! In Victorian London, a Scotland Yard inspector hunts down the sadistic killer behind a series of gory, Jack the Ripper-Like murders. 42 of 62 people found this review helpful. If she cannot prove her innocence, she will hang for the crime. All in all a gorgeously gothic, entrancing, witty and gripping film with a sparkling script by Jane Goldman that, as you'd hope in a film set in the world of theatre and comedy, glitters with one line gems. A forensic psychiatrist discovers that all but one of her patient's multiple personalities are murder victims. A kindhearted seventeen-year-old in the American Southwest turns to prostitution to fulfill her dream of a new life in San Francisco. Starring: Bill Nighy, Olivia Cooke, Douglas Booth, Eddie Marsan, Sam Reid, Daniel Mays, Maria Valverde. In Victorian London, a Scotland Yard inspector hunts down the sadistic killer behind a series of gory, Jack the Ripper-Like murders. View production, box office, & company info, See-Saw Films hires UK producer Joanna Laurie, Producer Joanna Laurie Joins Iain Canning and Emile Sherman’s See-Saw Films (Exclusive), Watch the first ten minutes of Pokemon: Detective Pikachu, Everything Coming to Hulu in December 2017, Top 50 drag queen / transgender / crossdress movies that are not so easy to spot. Even Kildare has a secret: he is 'not the marrying kind', a reputation that has cost him his career.

With Douglas Booth, Olivia Cooke, Sam Reid, María Valverde. Nighy is electrifying as ever. And, as you'd hope in a film that's all about acting, the performances are great.

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The film is wonderfully stylish too, plunging us head first into London's grimy underworld of prostitutes, opium dens and predatory threat; from the tawdry glitter of the music halls to the chaos backstage, the staginess of the sets perfectly reflects the film's themes.

I should probably also point out that for those of a delicate constitution, the gore quota is fairly high.

Based on Peter Ackroyd's haunting and unsettling novel Dan Leno and the Limehouse Golem, the film begins, as all good unstable narratives should, at the end, and works backwards. Directed by Juan Carlos Medina.

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Was this review helpful to you? And indeed, here we are again, in the murky late 19th century London of Jack the Ripper, Jekyll and Hyde, Sherlock Holmes and Dracula, where impeccably dressed gents rub shoulders with drunken whores and death lurks round every corner, glittering knife in hand. Spree | A flawed but fun black comedy. that offended the Jews in the audience? Johnny works for MI5.

Skeptical professor Phillip Goodman embarks on a trip to the terrifying after being given a file with details of three unexplained cases of apparitions. On Halloween 1968, Stella and her two friends meet a mysterious drifter, Ramón, and uncover a sinister notebook of stories. The film, an adaptation of Peter Ackroyd's 1994 murder mystery novel Dan Leno and the Limehouse Golem, stars Olivia Cooke, Bill Nighy, and Douglas Booth. Looking for something to watch? It's a high mystery with elements of the fantastical that will have you guessing, almost to the last minute. But nothing is gratuitious and there are twists and turns galore, culminating in a breathtakingly thrilling finale.

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But Kildare quickly sees a link between the case of Lizzie, a former music hall star with Leno's company, and the mysterious golem. The Limehouse Golem

And indeed, here we are again, in the murky late 19th century London of Jack the Ripper, Jekyll and Hyde, Sherlock Holmes and Dracula, where impeccably dressed gents rub shoulders with drunken whores and death lurks round every corner, glittering knife … But does The Limehouse Golem have anything to add to the pea soup?

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When his best friend and boss suddenly dies, Johnny's left to sort out things about the PM, MI5 and US. (2016).