One for the Ripper

Allen and Albert Hughes made their names directing two grim tales of the contemporary inner city, Menace II Society and Dead Presidents. Therefore, it may be surprising to find them in a Victorian England setting on their latest venture, From Hell, which is an October release from Twentieth Century Fox. But it actually makes sense once you hear the filmmaker brothers define their new movie as “a ghetto story.” The ghetto in this case is the London East End neighborhood of

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