Last Night In Soho

Last Night In Soho: Review Of A Psychological Horror Film

This past weekend, we checked out a horror film that is set in the heart of London. The movie was called Last Night in Soho and it had the audience on the edge of my seat from start to finish. While many people have been comparing this movie to Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho, the audience and critics both have found it more reminiscent of David Lynch’s Lost Highway.

The movie is nothing less than shocking and thrilling. Last night in Soho will be playing at theaters nationwide starting on October 29th. So if you are a fan of psychological horror films then this movie might just be perfect for you!

Anya Taylor-Joy and Thomasin McKenzie In Last Night in Soho

The psychological horror film was released on 4th September 2021 at the 78th Venice International Film Festival. It will be released worldwide on 29 October. But, it is already receiving good reviews and is expected to be a hit.

It was written by Edgar Wright, Krysty Wilson-Cairns, and directed by the latter.

Some of the other cast members include Matt Smith who was seen all excited for his role in Last Night in Soho.

Diana Rigg, Terence Stamp, Rita Tushingham, and Michael Ajao will be seen in the horror film as well. They will be joined by Michael Ajao and Synnøve Karlsen.

Last Night in Soho Trailer: What can we expect from the Trailer and Is it  Worth Waiting?
Source: Gizmo

Last Night in Soho has Time Travel Elements

Wright had something in his mind while writing the movie. He has carefully drafted the story around some of the time travel elements. There are characters from different timelines. McKenzie’s character is from the modern-day. While Taylor-Joy’s character is a 1960s character.

There are some connections between the two. Wright has given his best to make this movie worth watching by connecting time travel with the horror genre so brilliantly.

If you have watched the movie already, then this will be a perfect idea to try at home.

So what time travel elements are there? Well, it is something that makes your mind connect with other movies too like Back To The Future and so on.

Definitely, Wright has been in the industry for a while and he knows how to make a film worth watching.

The movie is Worth a Watch

While the movie has already been released at the 78th Venice International Film Festival, we are still waiting for the movie to release worldwide.

The movie has been receiving nothing but positive comments from the audience so far. While it is a British film, we will have a touch of a British accent in the horror film.

Will it make a huge hit at the box office, we will have to wait and watch.

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