Reviews

‘I think when you are coming up with a character, everything sounds a lot more colorful…’

‘I think when you are coming up with a character, everything sounds a lot more colorful…’

Iain De Caestecker talks to Interview about his acting start, how his mom feels about his line of work, playing Paul and more!

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‘Just in time for the end-of-the-world claptrap of 2012′

‘Just in time for the end-of-the-world claptrap of 2012′

The Kansas City Star writes, “BBC America gives us ‘The Fades’ a six-part series… that’s half an adolescent soap opera and half a supernatural show based on death, the afterlife and fear.”

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…’Effectively hooked…’

…’Effectively hooked…’

David Wiegand of The San Francisco Chronicle notes, “…I was recently watching the first episode…and was not only impressed by how much it didn’t feel obligated to tell me about when each character was potty trained…, but I also was more effectively hooked by the series.”

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‘…These ghost hunters play rough’

‘…These ghost hunters play rough’

New York Post reviews, “There’s no doubt about it: The Brits know how to scare people.”

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‘It’s a funny, creepy, touching thriller…’

‘It’s a funny, creepy, touching thriller…’

Chicago Tribune notes, “This six-part horror series skillfully crossed ‘Superbad’ with ‘The Sixth Sense’ and just a drop of ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer.’”

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‘…It’s a kind of story of friendship, I think’

‘…It’s a kind of story of friendship, I think’

Caroline Skinner, Producer of “The Fades” and Executive Producer of “Doctor Who”, tells io9, “…I think that Jack did a beautiful depiction of what that male friendship in adolescence is about. Right in the middle of the apocalypse.”

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‘…Funky and funny…’

‘…Funky and funny…’

TV Guide writes: “When it isn’t being apocalyptically terrifying, ‘The Fades’ is funky and funny, reflecting creator Jack Thorne’s previous credits on shows including the original ‘Skins’ and ‘Shameless’.”

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‘… A show born of the lessons of Harry Potter’

‘… A show born of the lessons of Harry Potter’

Vogue reviews, “[Jack] Thorne’s skills lies in pulling off such varied stunts without sending his script into a tailspin.”

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