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    'Kill List' Director Ben Wheatley Developing HBO Thriller 'Silk Road'

    Ben Wheatley, the British director whose work includes the acclaimed horror film "Kill List" and the upcoming black comedy "Sightseers," is the latest filmmaker to land a TV deal with HBO.

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    Ben Wheatley Adds Another Project To His Plate, Developing Animated Movie 'Mega Evil Motherfuckers'

    The name Ben Wheatley would have meant very little to most people just a few short years ago, but after the incredible run of "Down Terrace," "Kill List" and "Sightseers," his is a name that almost every film fan gets excited to hear. It won't be long before we get to see "A Field in England," and h...

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    Ben Wheatley Has A Crime Flick In The Works Called 'Two For Hell'

    Ben Wheatley may be the most exciting and prolific filmmaker coming out of the U.K. right now. And the director is moving at an incredibly quick clip. At the beginning of 2011 he unveiled his shocking and disturbing hitman/horror film, "Kill List," and by the spring of the following year he had debu...

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    Ben Wheatley To Produce 'Berberian Sound Studio' Director Peter Strickland's 'The Duke of Burgundy'

    In each successive picture since his 2009 black comedy “Down Terrace,” filmmaker Ben Wheatley has continually evaded expectation to create a swirl of genre delights, from his hitman horror “Kill List” to this year's “Sightseers.” He's also taken a liking t...

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    AFI Review: 'The ABCs Of Death' Won't Win Over Non-Horror Fans, But That's OK

    Horror anthologies have been on the rise of late, with movies like "Trick 'r Treat," "Chillerama" and the found footage anthology "V/H/S" keeping the tradition alive. The latest anthology is "The ABCs of Death," which combines 26 shorts in what is less of an interwoven narrative like "Trick 'r Treat...

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    Watch: Red Band Trailer for Horror Anthology 'ABCs of Death'; 26 Films, 26 Ways to Die (VIDEO)

    Magnet Releasing has released the red band trailer for the horror anthology film "The ABCs of Death."

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    'Broken,' 'Sightseers,' Berberian Sound Studio' Lead 15th British Independent Film Award Nominations

    The nominations for the 15th annual Moët British Independent Film Awards were announced today and leading the pack with nine nominations is "Broken," which scored nods for Best Film, Best Director and Best Debut Director for Rufus Norris, Best Actor for Tim Roth and two Best Supporting Actor nominat...

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    Fantastic Fest Review: 'Sightseers'

    A review of one of Fantastic Fest 2012's surprise screenings.

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    Ben Wheatley Says He's Building Lenses For 'A Field In England,' Will Be A Mix Of Black & White And Color

    It's amazing to think that it's only been a couple of years since director Ben Wheatley first arrived on the scene with his sly, powerful British gangster comedy/drama "Down Terrace." And barely twelve months after that, he impressed even further with his horror-tinged follow-up "Kill List." The dir...

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    Hot 'Kill List' and 'Sightseers' Filmmaker Ben Wheatley Sets Up New 'Psychedelic' Project 'A Field in England'

    Writer-director Ben Wheatley, whose recent films “Sightseers” and “Kill List” have drawn notable praise on the festival circuit, has a new project set up with frequent partner Film4 called “A Field in England.” The “psychedelic trip into magic and madness” begins filming at the end of September.

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