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Shallow Grave (1994)

If you want to see a film that really gets your pulse going, really has you gripping your seat and gritting your teeth, then Shallow Grave is it.

This Scottish crime thriller is expertly directed by Danny Boyle in his cinematic directorial debut, the screenplay brilliantly written by John Hodge. Hodge collaborated again with Boyle in massive hits Trainspotting (1996) and The Beach (2000).

The stars of Shallow Grave play their characters perfectly. Christopher Eccleston, in particular, shines with an astonishing performance.

There are some very humorous moments in this excellent film. Our advice: treat it like a comedy and let the filmmakers have the last laugh.

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You can find more information on this British movie on Wikipedia and IMDb.

As always, we recommend you don’t ruin any surprises by reading spoilers or watching trailers. The following trailer explains the whole movie. You have been warned!

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Title: Shallow Grave (1994)

Language: English

Direction: Danny Boyle

Screenplay: John Hodge

Cinematography: Brian Tufano

Editing: Masahiro Hirakubo

Score: Simon Boswell

Stars: Ewan McGregor, Christopher Eccleston, Kerry Fox

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Full Acting Cast and Roles

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22 Comments

  1. foxxiecinnamon

    This film is set in my hometown Edinburgh but I believe they actually shot most of it in Glasgow! Good film though. 🙂

  2. Jason Preater

    Love this blog! Great idea for people like me: when we want to find a film there are at least four voices in the house and we end up having circular conversations without coming to any decisions. Hope it goes well for you!

  3. michaelpiggott

    Love Danny Boyle and always really rated Trainspotting. Kept meaning to see Shallow Grave and this post has totally renewed my interest. I shall seek it out and watch McGregor when he was a young, raw, up-and-coming Scot. I’d also like to note I really like A Life Less Ordinary – another Boyle/Mcgregor combo, perhaps underrated in my mind.

  4. Below Zero | Above Infinity

    Shallow Grave is fantastic. Another great thriller with Ewan McGreggor (besides the aforementioned Trainspotting) is 1997’s Nightwatch. And, of course, Christopher Eccleston went on to become one of the most iconic incarnations of Doctor Who.

  5. Vohn

    I love this film and hadn’t actually realised it was directed by the great Danny Boyle! Thank you for following my blog Vohn’s Vittles. You are most welcome & I hope you enjoy my articles. Vohn x

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