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you must Always have faith in Neil Marshall. The director of some of the best genre films of the last few years always comes out ahead. No matter what the currents of opinion and would like to make you believe about your vision of ‘Hellboy‘: Marshall have a couple of projects on the table and the first can not be more appropriate for him.
The hour of the witch
He said that Marshall has a couple of projects on the table. The more distant is a sequel to the next installment of Kong (little joke), and the more immediate it is a story of terror set in the midst of the era of the black plague with the background of the witch hunt.
To do this, Marshall is served from a script co-written with his protagonist, Charlotte Kirk, and an old collaborator, Edward Evers-Swindell. Grace Haverstock (Kirk), deals with the tragic death of her husband in a society consumed by fear and death. The woman will be falsely accused of witchcraft and imprisoned for a crime he has not committed.
So, the protagonist must endure persecution, physical at the hands of the judge of a witch-hunt, more ruthless England and face their own internal demons when the same daemon start to fight their way through his mind.
“‘The Reckoning’ is more than a movie to me ”, afirma the director. “It is a story, based on actual facts, that needs to be told, but above all it is a opportunity for return to my roots of horror such as what I did before with ‘Dog Soldiers’ and ‘The Descent‘”.
Since then is postulated as a one of the developments of gender next year.
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The news ‘The Reckoning’: Neil Marshall already has actors for his new horror movie between the plague and witch hunts was originally published in Espinof by Kiko Vega .
August 8, 2019
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