AnnaLynne McCord stars as a teenager with an unhealthy fascination with gore and surgery.
DeMille dives into the Bible to find another silent epic with which to astonish his audience, this time recounting the story of Christ. When Judas Iscariot refuses to attend Mary Magdalene's decadent orgy, she loses her cool (though God knows, she's wearing little enough to keep warm in) and decides to investigate the Jesus phenomenon. As a disciple she witnesses the frenzy of the crowds, the trial, the crucifixion and the resurrection.
With zebra races, dancing girls and a cast of thousands, this fills the screen with sensation and big images that still have the capacity to amuse and entertain.
Film4.com Editor Michael Leader runs through ten standouts from the Toronto International Film Festival... The Oath I'd already seen three of the four Film4-backed films screening in Toronto (inc
As his Film4-backed Icelandic thriller The Oath premieres in Toronto, director/writer/actor Baltasar Kormakur speaks with Film4.com editor Michael Leader about making films in Hollywood, returning to
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