The Pale Horse - Season 1
An exciting series follows the struggles of Mark Easterbrook, a young smart and courageous man, who finds his name written in a mysterious list, following a series of murders, so he investigates on the matter to suspect on three witches that use black magic in doing those murders.
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Critics Of "The Pale Horse - Season 1"
The Mail on Sunday (UK)
February 18, 2020 There are elements to like. Sewell, and his cheekbones, are excellent. Plus, he can do piercing looks of the sort that pin you to the wall. And also subsidiary characters are given some heft.Read in Source
February 19, 2020 The only argument I'll grant the reactionaries is the following: with fresh writing and production this bloody good, why the need for an adaptation, for a "source author", atall: other than to let the broadcaster sell it as "Agatha Christie's Pale Horse"?Read in Source
Daily Mail (UK)
February 18, 2020 More of the psycho in the brown Open All Hours coat, and less of the hocus pocus, would have made this a much better murder mystery.Read in Source
February 19, 2020 For all its spills and thrills and delightful cameo performances, I felt distracted and a little bored.Read in Source
February 18, 2020 In the end [Sarah] Phelps has to butcher the plot and the characters to come up with something more lively and interesting, but it doesn't really work.Read in Source
February 14, 2020 I love watching [Rufus] Sewell, and I could happily stare at his expensive gentleman's washbag of a face expressing amused disdain at things for hours.Read in Source
Den of Geek
February 10, 2020 Phelps' period mystery thrillers are glamorous, twisted delights peopled by glamorous, twisted characters. That's no different here.Read in Source
Daily Telegraph (UK)
February 11, 2020 The unsettling atmosphere carried more than a whiff of Rosemary's Baby and The Wicker Man.Read in Source
February 18, 2020 At the core of this corny and convoluted adaptation of the Agatha Christie novel lies a run-of-the-mill whodunit, an almost humdrum tale of bad blood and fiendish killing.Read in Source
February 11, 2020 Rita Tushingham looks so terrifying as witch Bella, she only needs a spear and a hourglass to resemble a medieval Vanitas, and Sheila Atim has perfected a threatening glare.Read in Source
The Arts Desk
February 10, 2020 The Pale Horse (2020) has some relics of Agatha Christie in there somewhere, and when it's not being teeteringly ludicrous it makes a perfectly serviceable murder mystery with a frisson of the supernatural.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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