March 8, 2016

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The April issue of Sight & Sound magazine includes me on Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, a film with reasons for existing that are obvious to an accountant and an intended audience which is anyone’s guess; a pre-fab corporate artefact, pretty much obsolescent upon delivery. Lena Headey appears for ten minutes and grinds the film deliciously under her boot heel, but that was always on the cards.


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