Just in time for its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, a new clip has arrived from Ben Wheatley's acclaimed film Kill List that you just may not want to watch as it contains a huge plot point that gets the flick cooking. Still, if you're curious ...
To celebrate the release of Ben Wheatley's already acclaimed Kill List in UK cinemas Sept 2nd, we have one (1) pair of tickets to give away for an exclusive advance screening and Q&A at The Prince Charles Cinema (off Leicester Square, London) on 31st August! Get your name down...
A bit of eye candy has rolled in for Ben Wheatley's highly praised film Kill List in the form of a new quad one-sheet and even a clip! Check it out, or the devil will make you do it!
Buckle up, kids. You're gonna be here for a while. The entire list of genre films playing at the 36th annual Toronto International Film Festival, running September 8th-18th, has been unveiled, and we have the skinny to supplement what we've already posted along with a boatload of never before seen imagery and a few new trailers!
After teasing the hell out of us all with several images from some of the films that are scheduled to be playing the monstrously entertaining Midnight Madness portion of the Toronto International Film Festival, three films have been announced!
A spooky new teaser video has launched on the official website for Ben Wheatley's new horror flick Kill List, which is now making the festival rounds. Ready for a dose of creepy to get you through the day?
Film4 FrightFest 2011: Image Round-Up: Saint, Kill List, The Devil's Business, A Lonely Place to Die, and More!
And finally to round out our insane amount of coverage from the Film4FrightFest, we have even more imagery for you to dig on from some of the smaller (but just as kick-ass) films playing at the event. Dig on them all below.
Well, that didn't take very long, now did it. One of this year's entries into the SXSW Film Festival has officially landed itself some distro. Read on for the details. From the Press Release IFC Midnight announced tonight from the 2011 South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Festival that the company is acquiring North American rights to director Ben Wheatley's KILL LIST.
Our man on the scene at the SXSW Film Festival, Drew Tinnin, is back with another review - this one for the devilish tale of hitmen who end up on a downward spiral straight to hell, Kill List.
Starring Neil Maskell, MyAnna Buring, Michael Smiley, Emma Fryer Directed by Ben Wheatley Kill List is a secret that you want to keep - a family drama turned psycho hitman tale that sweeps you up like a hurricane and doesn’t really care where you land.
Another new image has come out of the SXSW Film Festival, which is now in full swing down in Austin, Texas, this one pertaining to the latest devilish tale from filmmaker Ben Wheatley, Kill List.
The South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Conference and Festival announced today what all of us horror fans have been waiting to hear about: a list of all the genre-related features in the Midnighters and SXFantastic sections of the festival. And if you were impressed by the initial feature film lineup that was announced, you haven’t seen anything yet!