This year's biggest horror titles have frustratingly pointed to women's ageing bodies as a source of ridicule and fear.
A woman reeling from a personal tragedy embarks on the holiday from hell in Alex Garland’s very British folk horror film.
They’ll be joined by fellow luminaries Alex Garland and Pietro Marcello when the Quinzaine returns to Cannes next month.
In the upcoming film, Jessie Buckley brings her grief to a solo holiday in the English countryside.
She’ll play a young woman mourning the death of her ex-husband while on holiday in the English countryside.
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By Lewis Gordon
Alex Garland’s chilling body horror speaks directly to our current age of ecological crisis.
Alex Garland delivers a visually stunning, coolly affecting allegory for life, loss and human fallibility.
As streaming platforms vie with major film studios for viewers’ attention, great work is at risk of being lost in the content ether.
She offers a fresh and frightening take on the comic book villain in this underrated genre classic.
By Lara C Cory
The gold standard of British production has been home to everything from James Bond to Star Wars over the years.
Alex Garland takes another sweep at bringing the infamous 2000AD strip to the screen. The results are sensational.