last night in soho time travel

Edgar Wright‘s horror movie Last Night in Soho has been shrouded in secrecy since it was announced. We know the cast –  Thomasin McKenzie, Anya Taylor-Joy, Matt Smith, Diana Rigg, and Terence Stamp. We know that the movie is in the spirit of classic horror thrillers like Don’t Look Now and Repulsion. And we know that the story takes place in London in the 1960s – but there are modern-day scenes as well. How does it all connect? Wright recently dropped some plot details on the project and revealed that there’s some sort of time travel element involved in the story.

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last night in soho first look

There’s one less night until we get to see Edgar Wright‘s upcoming thriller Last Night in Soho. The Baby Driver director announced that his upcoming psychological horror movie wrapped production with a first look image featuring star Thomasin McKenzie looking a little spooked.

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Last Night in Soho Release Date

Whenever there’s a new Edgar Wright movie on the way, everyone should be excited. And while we don’t know much about his forthcoming thriller Last Night in Soho, we’re happy to hear that Focus Features will be releasing the film in the fall of 2020. Find out what we know about Edgar Wright’s latest movie below. Read More »

Last Night in Soho cast

Beloved genre filmmaker Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead, Baby Driver) is currently in production on his newest film, a psychological horror thriller called Last Night in Soho. He had already lined up an impressive cast of young actors to star, but now he’s given the movie an extra splash of gravitas by hiring two iconic British actors: Dame Diana Rigg, who was recently pitch-perfect as the sharp tongued Olenna Tyrell on Game of Thrones, and Terence Stamp, who memorably brought Metropolis to its knees as General Zod in Superman II. Read More »

A mashup of zombie horror and romantic comedy, a video-game-style depiction of millennial culture before it was called millennial culture, a post-apocalyptic dystopian thriller seen through the eyes of some Gen-X’ers, and more. These concepts all sprung from the mind of filmmaker Edgar Wright, whose features over the last 15 years have managed to all feel daring and strikingly original even as he wears his references on his metaphorical sleeves.

Wright’s first major feature film, Shaun of the Dead, wasn’t released in the United States until the fall of 2004, but its wide release in the United Kingdom was 15 years ago today. So with that milestone in mind (and with the caveat that Wright’s debut film, A Fistful of Fingers, isn’t available on Blu-ray yet, so this writer hasn’t seen it), let’s rank Wright’s films.

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Mondo Cornetto Trilogy Prints

When you think of the greatest film trilogies of all time, it’s easy to remember Back to the Future, Lord of the Rings, Indiana Jones, and Star Wars. But don’t you dare leave out The Cornetto Trilogy. It might be a makeshift trilogy comprised of Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and The World’s End, linked only by the fact that Simon Pegg and Nick Frost star in all of the films directed by Edgar Wright, but thematically, they are an incredible trio of stories that are hilarious, bloody, twisted, and just plain great. Now you can honor The Cornetto Trilogy with a new trio of Mondo prints by artist Johnny Dombrowski. Read More »

last night in soho cast

Last Night in Soho, the psychological horror-thriller from director Edgar Wright, just picked up two exciting new cast members – Matt Smith, of Doctor Who fame, and Leave No Trace break-out Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie. The two join the previously cast Anya Taylor-Joy in a film that Wright has described as being in the same style as Roman Polanski’s Repulsion and Nicolas Roeg’s Don’t Look Now. 

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edgar wright horror movie cast

Edgar Wright‘s new horror movie is starting to come together. The Baby Driver director has added Anya Taylor-Joy, star of The Witch and Split, to the cast of the film, which draws inspiration from psychological thrillers like Don’t Look Now and Repulsion. Taylor-Joy is practically a seasoned pro at horror and thriller roles at this point, and she’ll no doubt bring that expertise to the part.

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Edgar Wright's Next Film

We’ve all been waiting to see what Edgar Wright would do after Baby Driver, and now we know. According to the filmmaker himself, his next movie is a horror-thriller inspired by psychological thrillers like Don’t Look Now and Repulsion. While Wright has dabbled in the horror-thriller genre before, his works therein have been tinged with comedy. This new film, however, will be a straight-up horror movie. On top of that, Wright has revealed that the first draft of Baby Driver 2 is complete.

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Favorite Movies of 2018

IndieWire gathered together some prominent film directors, locked them in a room, and made them fight to the death! Oh no, sorry, that’s not accurate at all. Instead, they asked these filmmakers to pick their favorite films of 2018. Edgar Wright, Guillermo del Toro, Attack the Block‘s Joe CornishDestroyer filmmaker Karyn Kusama, and many more all weighed-in, singing the praises of a wide variety of 2018 movies.

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