Click to Skip Ad
Closing in...
Celebrating 17 Years of Film.Biz.Fans.

Kill List

  • Indiewire
    9 comments
    tweet
    0

    'Game of Thrones' Power Rankings: Who's Next to Die after 'The Lion and the Rose'?

    Your updated rankings of who's likely to be next on the chopping block, wedding table, or sword tip.

    Read More »
  • The Playlist
    15 comments
    tweet
    0

    The Playlist Team Picks Their 13 Scariest Movies

    On the off chance you haven't literally tripped over a pumpkin in the last five minutes, we're here to remind you that tonight we celebrate the single greatest excuse ever invented to get trashed and wear skimpy clothing: Halloween. But of course, in addition to its status for some as a nationwide n...

    Read More »
  • The Playlist
    1 comment
    tweet
    0

    'Fantastic Four,' Mark Millar's 'Kindergarten Heroes,' Ang Lee's 3D Boxing Movie & More Get Writers

    The past week or so has seen quite a few writers land some gigs, ranging from big blockbusters to gritty thrillers, so let's get right into the mix.

    Read More »
  • The Playlist
    8 comments
    tweet
    0

    5 Films Of Horror & Madness To Watch If You Love 'The Wicker Man'

    No, not the bees. The beloved, now unassailably classic original “The Wicker Man” turns 40 this year, and this week a version dubbed ‘The Final Cut’ makes its way to theaters, with director Robin Hardy’s blessing. If it were any other four-decade-old British horror film getting the same treatment, i...

    Read More »
  • The Playlist
    1 comment
    tweet
    4

    'Sightseers' Director Ben Wheatley Talks Improvisation & The Influences Of Documentaries On The Film

    Camper van holidays in the north of England and murder do not, traditionally, go hand in hand. But trust Ben Wheatley, the mind behind pitch-black breakthrough films "Down Terrace" and "Kill List," to bring them together for his third feature film, "Sightseers." From a script by British comedians Al...

    Read More »
  • The Playlist
    1 comment
    tweet
    2

    In Theaters: 'The Woman in Black' Will Hope To 'Chronicle' A 'Big Miracle'

    Happy Friday all, and welcome to February. It finally feels like a normal release weekend, now that we are out of the January no-mans-land. Funny how that self-fulfilling prophecy works out. Or, how studios strictly adhere to the "January movie" policy. Anyway, onwards and upwards my pets....

    Read More »
  • The Playlist
    0 comments
    tweet
    7

    'Kill List' Director Ben Wheatley Talks Sneaking In Script Rewrites, Influences & How Hard It Is To Make Naked People Scary

    When we saw "Kill List" back at South by Southwest last year, well, we almost pooped ourselves in fear. Not really. But it was close. The movie, a clever-as-fuck mash-up of suburban domestic drama, hitman thriller, and occult horror film, really left an impression on us (one Playlist team member was...

    Read More »
  • The Playlist
    4 comments
    tweet
    5

    'Kill List' Director Ben Wheatley Reveals Plot Details For 'Freak Shift,' Has Director's Cut Of 'Sightseers' Ready To Show Edgar Wright

    EXCLUSIVE: One genre movie that electrified almost all of us at The Playlist last year was "Kill List," from writer/director Ben Wheatley. A kind of domestic drama/hitman thriller/suburban comedy/horror movie, it wowed us when we first got a gander of it at South by Southwest, and then tic...

    Read More »
  • The Playlist
    1 comment
    tweet
    7

    London Film Critics' Circle Lead London Film Critic Nominations

    The London Film Critics' Circle has released their nominees this morning, with some surprising frontrunners. Tomas Alfredson's Cold War thriller "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy" and Nicolas Winding Refn's pulpy blast "Drive" were the top nominees, with six nominations...

    Read More »
  • The Playlist
    4 comments
    tweet
    0

    The Amazing Race: 'Shame' & 'Tinker Tailor' Lead Noms At British Independent Film Awards

    Paddy Considine's 'Tyrannosaur' Also Wins Seven Nods, 'Kevin' & 'Kill List' Close BehindWhen "Chariots of Fire" writer Colin Weiland announced on stage at the 1982 Oscars that "The British are coming!," it went on to live in infamy; the British failed to come, and the U.K. film industry continued on...

    Read More »

Recent Posts


  • Check Out Yaya DaCosta Alafia as Whitney ...Shadow and Act
  • Review: Dui Jarrod’s Compelling 'Lesson ...Shadow and Act
  • Marvel StudiosUpdated: Marvel Studios Sets Dates For ...The Playlist