MacBeth by any other name would smell just as sweet, except if it's the version called Scotland, PA.
It's a weird interpretation of the MacBeth story in a well done B Movie kind of way. I didn't remember the whole MacBeth story, so I looked it up on Wikipedia and for some reason, they didn't mention this version, although they didn't mention any movie version, which they usually do. I guess whomever is keeping the MacBeth page up to date distains the movies.
It's not a bad movie and it has some good old songs that I like and Maura Tierney walks into a pharmacy and says: "Thanks, Frank", which is great because Shakespeare didn't put a Frank in his original play. I'm not sure what the point was for this movie, but the director has only directed this one movie, so maybe that was the point.