Tag: paddyconsidine

Toronto 2020 Review: THE THIRD DAY, Recycled Yet Entertaining Folk Horror

Folk horror has become a cornerstone of the genre for British filmmakers, with creepy woods, farmlands, and lots of public footpaths connecting them, allowing for Celtic and Pagan mysteries to be ripe for the picking. That being said, with it...

Review: THE GIRL WITH ALL THE GIFTS, A Heady Mix of Arthouse, Genre and Zombies

Opening with the eponymous girl locked in a cell and counting upwards to a thousand, The Girl With All The Gifts may as well be ticking off the sheer number of zombie films that a fan of the genre is...

Review: MACBETH, Injected With Dread And Cool

Justin Kurzel's Snowtown was a remarkable film, a brash feature debut that signaled the emergence of a unique talent joining a slew of them coming out of the Australian independent scene. Following up a powerful true crime story with...

Review: THE WORLD'S END Kicks Ass With Middle-Aged Insight (And Beer)

Gary King (Simon Pegg) is that guy everybody knows from high school. The cautionary tale. The guy who peaked too early and who now has to come to grips with the fact that his life will never again be as...

THE WORLD'S END World Premiere In Photos

Edgar Wright's third go-around with Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, The World's End, had its official World Premiere in London's Empire Leicester Square cinema tonight and I had the good fortune to be among a small group of online journalists...

Two New Images From Edgar Wright's THE WORLD'S END!

Two new images have shown up over at EmpireOnline for Edgar Wright's final installment of his Coronetto Trilogy The World's End. Of course this movie would not be possible without his usual partners in crime, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost....

Blu-ray Review: TYRANNOSAUR

The opening sequence in Paddy Considine's brilliant Tyrannosaur is a model of cinematic efficiency so concise they ought to teach it in film school. Revisiting the events of Considine's original short Dog Altogether and turning them into a full-blown feature,...

TIFF 2011: TYRANNOSAUR Review

[With Paddy Considine's Tyrannosaur about to arrive in Toronto we revisit our earlier review.]An animal can only absorb so much punishment before it snaps back: the paraphrased narration an assessment of Tyrannosaur's brutality driven study. The feature debut of Paddy...

Trailer For Paddy Considine's TYRANNOSAUR

In 2007 Paddy Considine tried his hand at directing a short film with Dog Altogether. A few years later he decided to extend that into a full-length feature called Tyrannosaur (fellow ScreenAnarchy contributor Aaron Krasnov got a chance to see and...

ND/NF 2011 Review: Tyrannosaur

An animal can only absorb so much punishment before it snaps back: the paraphrased narration an assessment of Tyrannosaur's brutality driven study. The feature debut of Paddy Considine, and extension of his 2007 short, Dog Altogether. A portrait of self-destructive...

A Clip From Paddy Considine's TYRANNOSAUR

Paddy Considine should need no introduction around these parts. As an actor the versatile performer has been a favorite here for years. Likewise as a writer, one who frequently collaborates with Shane Meadows. And so we've been eagerly awaiting his...

Sundance 2011: First Images From Paddy Considine's TYRANNOSAUR

Acclaimed actor Paddy Considine - much loved around these parts for Dead Man's Shoes, The Hot Fuzz and a fistful of other titles - makes his feature directorial debut with Tyrannosaur, a gritty drama due to premiere at the 2011...

Paddy Considine Steps Behind The Camera To Direct TYRANNOSAUR!

Paddy Considine has long been a favorite of this site, the actor stringing together an enormously impressive string of roles stretching from his early collaborations with Shane Meadows through to comic events like The Hot Fuzz and more mainstream fare...