Ben Wheatley's best effort yet. A hilarious and ridiculous thrill ride that pulls no punches and entertains from start to finish in a glorious shower of bullets
British filmmaker Ben Wheatley has a very distinctive voice, and in many ways is a "Marmite" director – you either love him or hate him.
>The thing about each of the new Doctor Whos’ first seasons, with the exception of Christopher Eccleston, is that they all showed signs of finding their feet.
During the English Civil War, as a battle rages on the other side of a hedge, alchemist’s assistant Whitehead (Shearsmith) flees musket fire and cannonballs.
Before you ask, no I am not related to the director of this film in any way, so do not expect any favouritism from this reviewer.
If you weren’t lucky enough to be in the FrightFest audience at the UK premiere of Ben Wheatley’s stunning Kill List stop reading this now, do not pass go, do...
Use the term ‘gangster film’ and you might think of GoodFellas, big guns, smart clothes, smarter mouths and the lure of a better life at least within sniffing distance.