Posts Tagged: IRVINE WELSH

BOOK ADAPTATIONS

New, longer Filth red-band trailer has drugs, prostitutes, pedophilia, dwarves

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Irvine Welsh's Filth, written five years after his first novel, Trainspotting, is sort of like a twisted take on Bad Lieutenant, a book about a corrupt policeman partially narrated by his tapeworm.

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James McAvoy steals Mel Gibson’s perfect role in ‘Filth’

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It was just the other day that we were getting excited about the mere possibility of <a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2013/04/danny-boyle-is-working-on-trainspotting-2" target="_blank">a Trainspotting sequel</a>, when here we are today with a full red-band trailer for Filth, an adaptation of another post-Trainspotting novel by Irvine Welsh.

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COOL/SCARY: IRVINE WELSH TO DIRECT

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<a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/IrvineWelsh-MagnificentSeve.jpg"></a>If you've ever read a novel by Irvine Welsh (the Scottish writer who wrote Trainspotting), you get the feeling that you're dealing with a borderline sociopathic misanthrope holding on to sanity by a thin strand.


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