Rich and textured music and tense sound design make up the score for this unnerving psychological thriller from Guy Soulsby. Dim the lights and turn it up loud.
The soundtrack by Echoic Audio reminding me a little of the skin-prickling work of Colin Stetson in this year’s horror hit Hereditary.Jack J. Bottomley - UK Film Review
From UK Film Review
It is remarkable how often you find yourself saying, when reviewing features, that a specific concept may have worked better as a short film but it is even more surprising how increasingly often that the opposite applies to short films. Some ideas carry such weight, such potential and such impact that a shorter duration feels like a tease and in the case of writer/director Guy Soulsby’s incredibly shot God’s Kingdom; this is most certainly the case…Full Article
From Directors Notes
A director who caught my eye a few years back with his visual powerhouse of short DEVIL MAKES WORK, Guy Soulsby joins us to today to discuss his latest epic – GOD’S KINGDOM. A tale of Good v Evil set on the Yorkshire Dales, Soulsby shares insights on the importance of working with a talented cast and not force feeding an audience…Full Article