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Kill List

Released on 26 December 2011

Featuring: Neil Maskell, MyAnna Buring & Harry Simpson

Format: DVD | Rating: 18 years & over

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Kill List from the acclaimed Director Ben Wheatley (Down Terrace) starring Neil Maskell, Michael Smiley, Myanna Buring, Emma Fryer.

Eight months after a disastrous job in Kiev left him physically and mentally scarred, ex-soldier turned contract killer, Jay, is pressured by his partner, Gal, into taking a new assignment. As they descend into the dark and disturbing world of the contract, Jay begins to unravel once again - his fear and paranoia sending him deep into the heart of darkness.
  • Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By purchasing this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age and over.

  • Commentary with Director Ben Wheatley and Writer Amy Jump
  • Commentary with Actors Neil Maskell, MyAnna Buring and Michael Smiley
  • Making Of Kill List
  • Interview with Ben Wheatley
  • Interview with Neil Maskell and MyAnna Buring
  • Interview with Claire Jones and Andrew Starke

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This is actually a pretty decent movie, a good British thriller with a clever and deeply twisted story as you will soon discover once you reach the end, the ending is very debatable and leaves the film very open minded, some people maybe a little confused as it does need some serious thought as to what the makers were trying to put across. Otherwise this is a very well crafted film with great performances from the cast and some extremely violent scenes! Only watch it if this is your type of movie. There are a few good extras too.


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I had looked forward to watching the KIll List based on several reviews I'd come across but was left thoroughly disappointed. The film is rather a convoluted mess as it doesn't know what it wants to be. Some may say it was trying to merge different genres together, but if that was the case, and it may well be, it wasn't able to do it effectively.

It's a domestic/social drama half of the time although the two male characters don't feel believable and come over more as caricatures. Intermittantly it goes into violent thriller territory and despite the graphic nature of it's violence, again it doesn't feel authentic and feels contrived. Moreover, it's not very well plotted, it leaves you more confused than intrigued. Then finally it moves into horror, which it manages to do best of all but it's at the very end and far too late to make any difference. I can't help but think that perhaps it should have played that hand from the start. Okay, it may not have been anything quite as original as it was trying to be, but at least it would have been a better film.

 Kill List

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A much over hyped film! Where shall I start? This film takes storylines from Pulp Fiction, In Bruges, The Wicker Man and mashes them up into something incomprehensible. What starts out looking like a kitchen drama mutates into a hit man film and then mutates again. Did it ever know where it was going? Can Neil Maskell say anything other than the f word and "Myte" (mate!!). The one star is for Michael Smiley who was the best thing about this film.

 Kill List - The Best British Film of the Year

| | See all GGfletch's reviews (10)

Documenting the nightmarish journey of two hitmen, Kill List confidently straddles the visceral end of genre filmmaking and the gritty strata of social realism, showcasing the mercurial skills of up-and-coming British film director Ben Wheatley. Buoyed by the critical acclaim for his feature length debut, Down Terrace, Wheatley's second film is a slow-building, ominous creep-out that will stay with you long after the final reel.

Teaming social realism with strains of the seventies conspiracy thriller and British horror, Kill List isn't just confirmation of Ben Wheatley's talent; it's an affirmation of the merits of genre filmmaking. Terrifying and traumatic, it's the best British film of the year and yet another reminder of why the UK Film Council shouldn't have been disbanded.

 the wicker hitman??

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well what a complete and utter headrush of a film.. left m,e totally numb. cant write too much as your best watching it without too much detail. great cast deliver strong performances all round, not your typical horror/gangsta thriller but thats a good thing!
think along the lines of wicker man meets serbian film meets football factory and your kinda close.
just some questions ...what did happen in kiev?? what was on THOSE tapes?? and was the hunchback laughing or crying? watch and see???

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ActorsNeil Maskell, MyAnna Buring & Harry Simpson
DirectorBen Wheatley
Certificate18 years and over
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.