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The Ghoul

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A homicide detective goes undercover as a patient to investigate a psychotherapist he believes is linked to a strange double murder. As his therapy sessions continue the line between fantasy and reality begins to blur.
Actors: Alice Lowe,
Alice Lowe
Alice Lowe 3 April 1977, Coventry, West Midlands, England, UK
Tom Meeten,
Tom Meeten
Tom Meeten 30 April 1974, Northampton, England, UK
Niamh Cusack,
Niamh Cusack
Niamh Cusack 20 October 1959, Dublin, Ireland
Rufus Jones,
Rufus Jones
Rufus Jones 1975, London, England, UK
Geoffrey McGivern
Geoffrey McGivern
Geoffrey McGivern 1952
Genre: DramaThriller
Director: Gareth Tunley
Gareth Tunley
Gareth Tunley
Country: United Kingdom
Release: 2016
IMDb: 5.6
Quality:
Duration: 85 min
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The Arts Desk
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August 03, 2017

The Ghoul is an occult British thriller about depression, with a bleakly poetic view of London, and a seedy sadness at its core.
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Variety
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November 01, 2016

British writer-helmer Gareth Tunley makes an auspicious debut with this blend of Lynchian psychodrama with low-budget cop mystery.
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Times (UK)
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August 03, 2017

The title suggests an orgy of the undead loaded with jump scares, but this is a more restrained and more disturbing proposition. The monster here is metaphorical: part depression, part manic obsession.
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Observer (UK)
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August 06, 2017

First time writer/director Gareth Tunley marshals the meagre resources of this micro-budget psychological thriller and creates a pleasingly perplexing enigma of a movie.
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Daily Express (UK)
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August 03, 2017

It may not withstand close scrutiny but The Ghoul provides a workout for the little grey cells and suggests Tunley is a filmmaker to watch.
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SciFiNow
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August 04, 2017

The Ghoul proves to be a dark, atmospheric and surprisingly moving portrayal of a crumbling psyche.
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Hollywood Reporter
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August 11, 2017

Tunley confirms his mastery of macabre moods here. Now he needs a bigger budget and a broader canvas.
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The Stranger (Seattle, WA)
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August 18, 2017

The British import The Ghoul is a clever, deceptively chilly example of narrative unreliability, presenting an increasingly askew perspective in a way that's somehow both off-putting and absorbing. It lingers.
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Radio Times
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August 03, 2017

Sinuously photographed by Benjamin Pritchard, this will have your head spinning for days.
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Reeling Reviews
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September 05, 2017

Writer/director Gareth Tunley's moebius strip of a movie is a puzzle piece like "Memento" crossed with the satanic tone of executive producer Ben Wheatley's "Kill List" and Simon Rumley's "The Living and the Dead's" unsettling portrait of mental illness.
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Little White Lies
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August 04, 2017

Like the oft-referenced Möbius strip, lots of empty surface, precious little feeling.
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Sunday Times (UK)
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August 07, 2017

Chris's depression is well drawn out, but when the film broadens into vague questions about the occult, it becomes unfocused, before finishing up with a hammy scene that undoes much of the careful characterisation that came before.
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