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Ben Wheatley

Win Sightseers DVDs

Critically acclaimed British black comedy Sightseers comes to DVD and Blu-ray on 25th March. Chris (Steve Oram) wants to show Tina (Alice Lowe) his world and he wants to do it his way - on a journey through the British Isles in his…

Sightseers (2012)

A middle-aged, live-at-home Brummie dog psychologist escapes her mother’s small-minded clutches to go caravanning with her boyfriend, an out-of-work plastics extruder with a penchant for trams and pencils. He goes postal and starts killing…

Sightseers (2012)

From the director of Kill List (2011) comes an equally dark tale of love and murder. Written by comedians Steve Oram and Alice Lowe, who also star in the film as the main couple at the centre of the story, Sightseers is darkly comic with…

Sightseers (2012)

You know when you’re doing your daily commute and someone gets in the way, stands on the wrong side of the escalator or just hasn’t bothered to shower? Those are the people you find yourself wanting to hit with a cattle-prod, or at least…

Kill List (2011)

Kill List would appear to be one of those movies that has taken the festival circuit by storm and already made itself a firm favourite with horror fans. Which is strange to me because, while watching the movie, I couldn't figure out just…

Kill List (2011)

Let me start by saying this, if you like to go into a film with absolutely no prior knowledge of what it involves and what it’s little plot quirks may be, stop reading now. Kill List is arguably a film best seen with no spoilers in mind no…

Kill List (2011)

I read a lot of good things about this film on Twitter and was very excited to see this British horror film but I felt it didn’t really live up to the hype. Jay (Neil Maskell) is an ex-soldier who lives in a suburban house with his…

Kill List (2011)

What is the appeal of hitmen in movies? Although their occupation requires the killings of others, they for the most part have a likeable presence, from the cool-outfitted Chow Yun-Fat in The Killer to the darkly humourous duo from In…