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Action Movie Fanatix Review: Open Windows

Starring: Elijah Wood, Sasha Gray, Neil Maskell

Director: Nacho Vigalondo

2014 | 100 Minutes

“You can turn off the camera, you can turn off the computer. 366 more words

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Film 110 | Kill List

Kill List
Dir: Ben Wheatley
Starring: Neil Maskell, Michael Smiley, MyAnna Buring, Emma Fryer
Run-Time: 95 Mins

At the time the second feature film from rising British name Ben Wheatley, Kill List is an impressive, low budget piece but describing it simply as a “hitman horror” seems to be doing it a disservice. 381 more words

Halloween Special | Kill List (2011)

..Kill List
Dir: Ben Wheatley
Starring: Neil Maskell, Michael Smiley, MyAnna Buring, Emma Fryer
Run-Time: 95 Mins

At the time the second feature film from rising British name Ben Wheatley, Kill List is an impressive, low budget piece but describing it simply as a “hitman horror” seems to be doing it a disservice. 381 more words

Open Windows (2014) **REVIEW**

Nick Chambers is a regular guy who got a crush on an actress, Jill, he just won a dinner date with. But to only find out he’s been set up and someone hacked his laptop to only make Nick do things he doesn’t want to do to his favorite actress. 137 more words

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UMP Review - The Rise

Rowan Athale’s debut “The Rise” (also know as “Wasteland”) is a solid production, with typical, British stylistics. It’s not anything particularly groundbreaking – on the contrary, it’s directed in a “cautious” manner – none of the characters is too intense and “off the hook”, the plot pretends to provide plot twist one after another etc. 542 more words

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High Hat Film Podcast/Episode 26/Hall of Fame:- Kill List

High Hatter Andrew Fenwick makes a case for the inclusion of Ben Wheatley’s controversial, divisive, and deeply disturbing Kill List to be inducted into the High Hat Hall of Fame. 30 more words

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0322 | Hyena

Is there a sub-genre with a reputation worse than the British gangster film at the moment? Granted the occasional gem appears once in a while but for longer than I care to remember an unhealthy percentage of releases have been of middling quality, go straight to the supermarket shelves and are (or look as though they are) riddled with clichés, many of which I’m sure you’ll be familiar with: shotgun-toting cockney geezers, scenes in strip clubs, Eastern European criminals, corrupt police officers (aka ‘bent coppers’) and young, up-and-coming protagonists are usually the order of the day, and if you’re really unlucky you might catch a film containing all of the above  747 more words

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