Reviews / 15.10.2018

In 2014, The Babadook marked the impressive arrival of actress turned writer/director Jennifer Kent. With her dazzling debut, Kent terrified audiences with one of the most original horror films in years. To call her follow-up "highly anticipated" would be an understatement. On paper, The Nightingale is a clear departure from the horror genre found in Kent's debut. But, make no mistake, this is a film that will still horrify an audience, albeit in an entirely different way. With its unflinching depiction of savage violence against women and Australia's indigenous people, The Nightingale is...