Elfie Hopkins (2012)

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Elfie Hopkins: Directed by Ryan Andrews. With Jaime Winstone, Rupert Evans, Kate Magowan, Gwyneth Keyworth. An aspiring teen detective stumbles into her first real case, when investigating the mysterious new family in her neighborhood.

“The film follows a pair of detective-wannabe stoners who begin investigating a suspicious family who move into their sleepy hunting village in England. While billed as a horror film itu0026#39;s actually more of a quirky coming-of-age story that just so happens to feature cannibalism and gratuitous violence. The story is overshadowed by the vivid characterisation and splendid performances from the cast. Jamie Winstone and Aneurin Barnard are engaging and likable as the oddball pot-loving duo at the centre of the film while the bizarre family of Gammons provide comedy and terror in equal part.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eElfie Hopkins is a B-movie story with fully-fleshed and precisely portrayed characters that is entertaining, heartwarming and occasionally rather gruesome, with a hilarious cameo from Ray Winstone. It takes elements of cult cinema and mixes them with slick contemporary filmmaking to make the ideal midnight movie and a promising debut from a new young director. As Elfie would say, u0026quot;skin upu0026quot;, sit back and enjoy.”


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