Ralph Fiennes, Master of Monsters

Ralph Fiennes, Master of Monsters

Ralph Fiennes, Master of Monsters, is a 2009 British horror film adapted from the novel of the same name by British author Christopher Pike, for which he won the British Film Institute Award for Best Adaptation. The film stars Ralph Fiennes, who received a Screen Actors Guild Award nomination for Best Actor in a Feature Film for his work. Fiennes also has an on-screen role in the film.

The film had its world premiere at the 2009 Edinburgh International Film Festival, and was also screened at the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival. The film’s UK premiere was at the BFI London Film Festival, followed by a screening at the British Film Institute in London, and subsequently screened at the Fantasia International Film Festival and the Sitges Film Festival.


In an unnamed English village, a man with a scarred face, a young girl, and a doll with a strange tattoo appear in the same room, revealing they have been brought in by a group of men. The man has green eyes and is called “Billy”; his daughter is called “Eve”. The tattoo on the doll is apparently a symbol in the shape of a rose petal.

The villagers are at a loss for answers, until the man speaks. He tells the village that he works for a secret organisation that investigates supernatural events. At the same time he begins to have hallucinations, hearing voices and seeing visions. The village believes he has gone insane. The man begins to kill people, then to drive them into a wood, to hide them there for good.

Meanwhile, a young man named Ralph Fiennes (Ralph Fiennes) comes to the village, where he stays for a time with the other villagers. He too sees visions, and hears, at first, the voices of the villagers and their dog. When he begins to think these visions are real and he begins to hear their voices and visions, he begins to see the world differently. His visions then become full-on hallucinations, and he witnesses things from the perspective of a man with a scarred face and green eyes.

The village believes the man is mentally unstable until their beliefs are tested when the village is visited by a mysterious group of people. The mysterious group claim to have been brought to the village in secret by a group

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