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Under the Skin - Book Vs. Film

Michel Faber’s debut novel Under the Skin is a thing of alien beauty, and a masterpiece of the uncanny. It should be on the reading list for any course dealing with the literature of the fantastic (T. 498 more words

The Bibliophile

Under the Skin (2013)

Under the Skin (2013)
Directed by: Jonathan Glazer
IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1441395/
★★★★★

It’s finally time to talk about Jonathan Glazer’s Under the Skin. A science-fiction road trip through Scotland. 544 more words

Review

MONDAY @ THE MUSIC: UNDER THE SKIN OST

A massive thanks and shout out to Natalie from WriterLovesMovies who has an awesome site that you should go check out now if you haven’t before, I always learn something new reading her reviews! 1,038 more words

Music

Arts and Crap Episode 13: Under The Skin

This week we have 50% more crap! Sheila Valleri joins us again to discuss Under the Skin, Jonathan Glazer (Sexy Beast – that’s a movie, not an assessment)’s 2013 film about an alien who prowls the streets of a Scottish city (Edinburgh, maybe?) shot using hidden cameras, non-professional actors, and one of the world’s biggest movie stars. 77 more words

Movies

Sexy Beasts & Cherubic Angels

DATELINE: MOVIE MASHUP

 Director Jonathan Glazer has caught our eye. And so, in reverse order, we have been dipping into the past, working our way up to his first major success. 299 more words

Movie Reviews

Alien-Nation

A few months ago, I watched Jonathan Glazer’s Under the Skin, and have been wanting to write about it since. Coming back to my blog to do so, after an absence of several months, I notice some strange similarities between my last post (on the Scottish independence referendum) and the fragmentary thoughts which follow here: an underlying emphasis on difficult questions of identity, nation, and self-definition. 622 more words

Under the Skin

Director; Jonathan Glazer
Writer; Jonathan Glazer, Walter Campbell
Cast; Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy Williams

Synopsis; an individual navigates its new existence on earth.

In 500; in an age where mostly popular cinema has… 557 more words

Film