After a successful festival run that included a premiere during the 2011 SxSW Film Festival last March and stops at other prestigious fests like AFI and Toronto, co-writer and director Ben Wheatley’s latest feature film Kill List finally arrived in limited theaters last week courtesy of IFC Films.
In honor of its theatrical release (the flick is also currently available on VOD if you can’t see it on the big screen), Dread Central recently caught up with Wheatley for a quick chat on the mysteries of Kill List and heard more from the filmmaker about collaborating with his cast, the dualities of human nature, inventing an entire religion and more about the secrets of the controversial movie.
Wheatley also briefly chatted about his contribution to the upcoming horror anthology The ABCs of Death as well as why he’s taking a brief break from the world of horror to work on a dark comedy next that’s centered on the world of serial killers.
Watch our video interview with Wheatley below, and make sure to check out Kill List now that IFC has released the movie via VOD and in selected theaters nationwide.
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