In the Earth: Gruesome woodland horror has plenty of bark and bite

Ben Wheatley’s surprise lockdown film is one of the first movies to see Covid reflected in the horror genre, even if its roots don’t run so deep

20th June, 2021
In the Earth: Gruesome woodland horror has plenty of  bark and bite
In the Earth, directed by Ben Wheatley, tackles Covid-19 through horror and our failed relationship with the environment

In the Earth

Directed by Ben Wheatley

Nationwide, 18

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