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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Mathias Palmberg's rating of the film The Limehouse Golem

    An entertaining victorian murder romp with great production work and art direction which really evokes the era. The cast is very accomplished and the characters are interesting. Shame that many of the players don't get to really delve deeply into their characters. The writing is quite on point but in somewhat of a hurry and the direction is more workmanlike than prolific. Good and engaging but not riveting.

  2. Lola Finch's rating of the film The Limehouse Golem

    i felt like i was watching a youtube video of a bunch of cut scenes from a weird video game edited together. super fun though

  3. nouvelle vague 1960's rating of the film The Limehouse Golem

    It's 1880 and London is being terrorised by a prototype Ripper.As 8 years later,it's the poor and destitute who are being victimised,in the Victorian urban sprawl of the East End.The police have 4 suspects(including Karl Marx!),but this whodunit has several twists and turns to do,before it's finale.The mix of music hall,streetlife and gore,give this literate thriller/horror film a "Grand Guignol"feel.Enjoyable.

  4. The Cinema Doll's rating of the film The Limehouse Golem

    A handsomely made thriller with great atmosphere and performances but ultimately left me unsatisfied and stranded in the thick London fog they recreated. 2 1/2 stars.