Uncut Magazine


Uncut Magazine
“Stylish… Fine film for first date.”


MUZIK Magazine


Review from MUZIK Magazine

“Superbly handled … don’t miss it. Film of the month”.  (Mark Roland)
Film of the month






Interview Magazine


Feature from Interview 

“Looking just like yourself all the time is not always in your best interest,” says actress/screenwriter Guinevere Turner. In the widely acclaimed film Go Fish, which was Turner’s feature film debut as both actor and screenwriter, she wore sweatshirts and backward baseball caps. Her next movie, Preaching to the Perverted, in which she plays an American dominatrix disciplining unruly Londoners, demanded a more punishing costume.

“I looked like a cartoon character in it,” she says. “Every day it was two-and-a-half hours of makeup, false eyelashes, wigs, rubber corsets….Every dress-up fantasy I ever had was satisfied.”

Although Turner personally prefers the effortless sophistication of “Myrna Loy holding a martini and solving a crime, or Rita Hayworth tossing her hair back,” the stilletto-heeled life beckons once more: She is currently collaborating with I Shot Andy Warhol director Mary Harron on a screenplay about the life of ’50’s pinup Betty Page, whom Turner will play in the film.


Empire Magazine


Review from Empire Magazine

“Hilarious… sex goddess Guinevere Turner makes Sharon Stone look like a mother superior, fiendish cameos from Tom Bell, Ricky Tomlinson etc. … put on your mask and enjoy the party. This ballsy British independent deserves respect”.  (Jake Hamilton)
Star Rating * * *


Movie Plus Magazine


Review from Movie Plus magazine
“Enjoyable … enlightening … watch it if you are brave enough”  (Carole Childs)
Star Rating * * *

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Independent on Sunday

“A mesh of glamour and hilarity … slick, with an excellent cast … great dialogue”. (Dillie Tante)






Loaded Magazine


Feature from Loaded Magazine
Verdict 7/10

“Well worth a look-in. 7/10 rating!”


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Skin Two Magazine


Feature in SKIN TWO Magazine Issue 22

“Seen a good pervy film lately? Or…ever? In fact can you name a good pervy film?. Go on, try to think of one. That’s why when Stuart Urban called us and said he was making Preaching to the Perverted we paid attention.”


“It’s a very British thing Preaching to the Perverted. If there’s one dodge we are the masters of, it’s putting the most outrageous stuff past our moral guardians by passing it off as comedy.”

“And one final important point: this film looks gorgeous…..all the way through the film it’s as if Urban’s been rifling through a pile of SKIN TWO mags, has pulled out a load of the most “colourful” images and slapped them on the screen for all to see. Preaching to the Perverted? Tell me about it mate…”


“No one I met (in the fetish scene) seemed terribly dangerous. They all had a sense of humour. They were all friendly and didn’t take themselves too seriously. Now I really appreciate the “art” of fetish people. Their personal style, the attention to detail in how they look, the dedication and capability of the performance artists. I definately want to experience it for real.”   (Guinevere Turner)


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