Kate Dickie

Review: Get Duked!

A silly stoner comedy about teen delinquents bumbling their way across the Highlands contains every bit of the stupidity and hijinks you'd expect. All with major style.

Meagan Navarro, Bloody Disgusting, 26th August 2020

Movie review - Get Duked! (2019)

In its own slippery game of generational cat and mouse, Doff's film is one that brazenly revels in absurdity; unashamedly committing to increasingly implausible sub-plots involving bread thieves, dim-witted police prejudice and the sharpness of forks.

George Nash, Flickering Myth, 25th August 2020

Boyz in the Wood review

Ninian Doff's debut is a childish comedy horror set in the Scottish Highlands.

Eddie Harrison, The List, 20th June 2019

Boyz in the Wood review

A group of youngsters stuck in the Scottish countryside become the hunted in Ninian Doff's wacky mashup.

Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian, 19th June 2019

Review: Prevenge on DVD & Blu-Ray

Alice Lowe's smash hit film Prevenge is released on DVD and Blu-Ray in the UK on 5th June, which gave TVO an ample excuse to revisit a film we'd previously called "a startling debut from an incredibly talented individual".

The Velvet Onion, 29th May 2017

Prevenge: movie review

Despite what might be implied by its title, Prevenge will still no doubt present something unexpected to most: the first pregnant serial killer the big screen has ever seen. Gore, horror and psychopathy meet the viewer through a deadpan, blacker than coal, comedic lens.

Sarah Bradbury, The Upcoming, 6th February 2017

Prevenge review

Prevenge review: Alice Lowe writes, directs and stars in this comedy slasher about an unborn foetus with murder on its mind...

Kat Hughes, Hollywood News, 5th February 2017

Prevenge: gritty murder in the wake of motherhood

Prevenge, the directorial debut of actress and writer Alice Lowe, is a horror-comedy about the brutal serial killings carried out by the film's lead, Ruth, a pregnant woman who follows the malevolent desires of her unborn child.

Ben Harcourt, The Boar, 3rd February 2017