Film: Plot is too thick in packed whodunnit

Film: Plot is too thick in packed whodunnit
Bill Nighy and Olivia Cooke in The Limehouse Golem

The Limehouse Golum feels like an eight-part series for Saturday night television, or a week-long binge-watch on subscription, writes John Maguire

The Limehouse Golem: Directed by Juan Carlos Medina, Nationwide, 16, Rating: ***

God’s Own Country: Directed by Francis Lee, Selected, 16, Rating: ****

In The Limehouse Golem, an operatic period horror from US director Juan Carlos Medina, Bill Nighy stars as a reluctant detective investigating a series of gruesome murders in sooty, foggy Victorian London, while Olivia Cooke is a music hall star accused of poisoning her husband. Ripe as...

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