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Kill List

2011
Suspense/Thriller
Horror
1h 35m
When a British soldier returns home from Kiev, he joins an old friend as contract killers. His disturbed past surfaces as he spins out of control during jobs and ominous employers raise the stakes. (Wikipedia.org)
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Kill List

2011
Suspense/Thriller
Horror
1h 35m
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Rated 10 Jan 2012
72
62nd
The coolest thing about Kill List is how it starts out as a drama and slowly becomes something much weirder and darker, with moody music, strange events and gruesome violence to create an unsettling atmosphere. Unique, but would have benefited from an actual ending. As it stands, the experience isn't satisfying enough. A shame, since I was digging the mystery, acting and cinematography.
Rated 15 Jan 2012
80
86th
Starting out in the social realism end of the spectrum, and relying on some great performances, this wonderful and nasty little gem moves seamlessly through different genres, detaching itself more and more from the real before climaxing in a beautifully absurd final act. The abrupt ending is pretty annoying, but all in all Kill List doesn't disappoint.
Rated 27 Nov 2018
86
84th
A postmodern Wicker Man, and I mean that as the highest compliment. Each only seemingly strange plot turn tells us - in no uncertain terms - about the anachronism that is living in a modern world that not only denies, but fights, any form of spiritual or mystical release. You're gonna find release somehow.
Rated 18 Jan 2012
78
82nd
I've started ignoring reviews that bash a movie because of its ending, as I've found this almost always means there wasn't a 5 minute exposition scene at the end explaining the whole story for those viewers who spent too much time fingering their dates as opposed to actually paying attention--which would have enabled them to come to their own conclusions. That said, this movie will mess with your mind in ways Freud couldn't have imagined...even if he had the help of some good Romanian wormwood.
Rated 12 Nov 2014
82
85th
Manages on several occations to pull the rug from under me and profoundly disturb me. It has a fluid and dangerously unpredictable tone that creeps up close with relatable domestic drama then suddenly cuts deep with insane multi-layered horror. It has an interesting story with unassumingly deep modern relevance and a structure that seems to resemble some kind of satanic ritual. Really not a feelgood movie but as a somewhat hardened horror fan this was like a much needed shot in the arm.
Rated 30 Mar 2013
79
59th
The shift from tactical plotting to surreal ambiguity is off putting, but I hesitate to call it a major flaw. Who says a movie needs to wrap up as cleanly as it begins? The film is quite well made and it kept me squirming and guessing the whole way through. I'm glad I knew nothing about this going in. As the film weaved and bobbed all over the place, I was always a step or two behind. Quite a unique experience.
Rated 20 Apr 2021
65
45th
Great energy, strange rhythms, intriguing characters. Things like Shel's underplayed knowledge of Jay's line and the...precision? of her own explosions make me feel even sillier for sleeping on Wheatley, and he deserves credit for kickstarting the folk horror revival that's dominated so much of the genre since. Unfortunately, that also seems to have included the somewhat facile and underimagined denouement oddly common to the films (A DARK SONG, APOSTLE, THE RITUAL, HEREDITARY, MIDSOMMAR...)
Rated 28 Dec 2011
74
57th
I'm not sure I liked the pay-off, but the build-up of tension in this film is so beautifully crafted that it takes it out of its genre boundaries. The naturalistic acting is excellent, and the fractured editing gives it a nightmarish quality. It is also sickeningly violent. Wheatley is definitely one to watch.
Rated 03 Jan 2012
79
54th
Its ending is problematic. There's foreshadowing throughout and when stated simply the end meshes with its social critique, but the film's surplus of seemingly extraneous facets renders the closing imagery confusing all the same.
Rated 03 Jan 2012
80
79th
A bit of an odd one as it transcends genres which can leave you baffled after everything's said and done. Looking back however, there are hints of continuity and a foreshadowing of things to come. With that in mind we are left with something which is disturbing yet also intriguing and polarizing. As far as nit picking goes I did find the dialogue rather unintelligible at times which is a bit of a bother. Other than that I'd recommend this to those in need of something 'different'. Brrr.
Rated 19 Jan 2012
7
70th
Exceptionally weird and reminiscent of both "The Wicker Man" and "Dead Man's Shoes", Wheatley's sophomore effort is nothing if not unique. Believable performances, an abrupt shift from family drama to surreal horror and interesting use/blurring of (body) space come together both awkwardly and memorably. The much-maligned ending suited the film perfectly.
Rated 13 Mar 2012
90
92nd
The ending doesn't come out of nowhere which is the ~scariest thing of all~. Can't wait for the Nic Cage remake
Rated 09 Apr 2012
50
44th
Unusual and effective thriller that gradually builds toward a turn to horror, but suffers from a conclusion that seems rushed and paradoxical. Skilfully put together, with a number of interesting aspects, but hard not to feel that rethinking the third act would have resulted in a stronger film.
Rated 18 Nov 2012
73
85th
Beautiful, asphyxiating. Iraq and war policy in a broader sense: the creation and consequence of a certain kind of soldier, a certain kind of war. Shane Meadows + Mike Leigh + Hammer Horror.
Rated 17 Jan 2018
70
58th
Quite an intriguing and surprising little number whose denouement feels very distant from its kitchen sink drama opening. It's unpredictable, unsettling, and driven by some nice performances and fairly uncompromising violence. I'd like to watch it again; it is good, and a second viewing might provide some answers that weren't forthcoming first time around. I'm definitely interested in checking out Wheatley's other films.
Rated 19 Sep 2011
55
39th
I sort of liked the tense scenes with the protagonists walking down hallways to sinister music. After a long buildup there's a baffling change in genre.
Rated 04 Jan 2012
3
32nd
It's pretty much a re-imagining of Boondock Saints, which would be bad enough, but this film's idiocy spans multiple genres. Kill List features a predicable plot with a schizophrenic tone and culminates in a dumb climax.
Rated 05 Jan 2012
55
19th
Can this movie pick a genre? It starts like a family drama, then it turns to a killer-thriller and at the end it's plain no-sense horror. It felt so pointles..
Rated 06 Jan 2012
77
42nd
Part Boondock Saints, part satanic Wicker Man, it's all over-the-top and pretty excessive. Parts of that work (man, I can't remember the last time I actually opted to not watch a bit of violence but sure enough it happened here twice), other parts push your limits of disbelief a bit too far.
Rated 13 Feb 2012
3
38th
A hodgepodge of interesting, albeit not terribly subtle, themes (capitalism is evil, dudes!) marred by some rather perfunctory horror movie plotting and a terribly trite ending. Certainly ominous and brutal in spurts, but problematic all the same. Still, I find it fascinating to think about.
Rated 26 Mar 2012
37
20th
Plot is just too random to make sense, and every time I see a review for this film saying how it is a commentary on contemporary society I cringe. While it might have worked as a slasher, the whole family drama aspect is poorly made. ...And then comes helicopter and cultists...
Rated 13 Jun 2012
70
81st
2. On second watch this is superb. Dark and gritty, the film's low budget and British setting add an extra layer on the reality factor, making the film ever so believable. Great cast and superb acting, striking dialogue and shocking imagery. The film's atmosphere is consistent in its morbidity and desolation, with the spiraling plot masterfully immersing the viewer into terrifying mysticism. The alleged improvisation techniques used make total sense post-watching. /c Prince Charles Cinema
Rated 06 Aug 2012
45
33rd
Kill List is messy in two different senses of the word: it has lots of splattering gore, and the story is impossible to make sense of. Plodding family drama, brutal crime flick or horror-mystery? It keeps changing its mind. There are some genuinely horrific scenes, but they seem echoed by the director's violent assault on coherence. How does one plot element connect to another? What actually happened here? So little of it clicks that even my best guess seems far-fetched.
Rated 11 Aug 2012
10
6th
There's a good story in there somewhere but it's buried in a pile of horrible characters and sub soap opera drama.
Rated 12 Sep 2012
3
28th
Strong central performances and a bleak, brutal vibe, but, while I respected the final act's go-for-broke absurdism, it didn't really do it for me personally.
Rated 11 Nov 2012
93
98th
One of the very few films that actually had me on the edge of my seat. Great acting, intense story and very graphic. For me, the areas of the story people are complaining about actually add to the overall lasting effect of the film. Falls nicely into the 'suspense / thriller / drama / horror' genre, right next to Dead Man's Shoes.
Rated 10 Oct 2013
83
67th
Spends most of its time as an INCREDIBLY unnerving, subtle, study of these characters, while hinting at something far more sinister going on that they can't even comprehend....and then it just not just dives in but LITERALLY DROWNS ITSELF in all that stuff and is unfortunately much less interesting for it.
Rated 06 Nov 2013
75
77th
My new favourite genre: kitchen-sink-noir-occult-mystery-horror. Very strange, but very effective in building an almost unbearable atmosphere of dread and uncertainty. The mundane domestic scenes at the beginning are almost as uncomfortable as what comes later.
Rated 29 Dec 2013
85
71st
The film begins with true-to-life tension right off the bat - I felt like I was watching my parents fight again. Slow to pick up, but rolls like a train with no brakes right up until the credits roll. The violence is sparse, honestly, but absolutely cringe-inducing. This reviewer almost had to avert his gaze during one particular scene; you'll know which one.
Rated 27 Jan 2014
20
2nd
what was this about? 40 mins of boring wife-husband fights then 30 mins of friend talk and kill action from time to time. And the end? wtf? seriously? 20 - for MyAnna Buring ain't horror at all.
Rated 07 Apr 2014
5
73rd
no contemporary filmmaker strikes a more uncomfortable tone between grim realism and nightmare abstraction, diving into the consciousness of not only his richly drawn characters but their nation, teasing out all manner of social, historical, existential baggage, particularly in this case regarding the cult of violence and how it relates to our societal/economic structures. not as dense and formally batshit as A FIELD IN ENGLAND, nor as funny as SIGHTSEERS, but special nonetheless.
Rated 24 Jan 2015
95
97th
First English language film I've needed subtitles for. That said, this film completely had me and managed to knock me out with every brilliantly haunting and crazed twist and turn. This is certainly thanks to some damn fine acting talent here, the two leads have an authentic camaraderie between themselves. There's also a great elevation of fear and uncertainty (along with a dose of dark humour) that escalates to awesomely high proportions by the savagely scary climax.
Rated 15 Oct 2018
70
41st
I predicted half of the ending, meaning I knew who one of them were; the reveal of the second was a surprise and it helped make up a pretty great ending. The rest of the movie was good enough. As many others have noted, it slowly turns from a drama to a horror. It mostly succeeded as a horror from an imagery and weirdness perspective, though I didn't find it scary. It took too long to get to it and the family stuff wasn't that compelling. Recommend it to people who want something odd.
Rated 20 Jul 2019
79
61st
Follows in the footsteps of From Dusk Till Dawn, but with a lot more realism in the interpersonal relationships. This a very watchable flick, as both the acting and script are smart and arresting. Unfortunately, Wheatley doesn't quite see it through. The accelerating pace and its fever pitch in the final act is clearly meticulously planned, but it doesn't quite work--comes off as more style than substance.
Rated 04 Aug 2019
65
68th
good movie
Rated 29 Dec 2011
82
95th
For anyone who is tired of hitman-movies...
Rated 30 Dec 2011
50
41st
This is not your average (hit man) movie. It starts out pretty normal (and violent), but halfway it jumps out of its genre and goes for your throat.
Rated 09 Jan 2012
70
68th
An oppressive and unsettling atmosphere is perfectly evoked, aided by a brilliant score and natural performances, all of which come together in a genuinely interesting genre-bender that is part family drama, part hitman film, part horror movie. However when it comes to paying it all off, the whole thing comes apart with an ending that is unearned thematically, logically and emotionally.
Rated 13 Jan 2012
3
31st
I recall liking this one a lot when I first watched it over a decade ago, but now something about its Ken Loach and Cassavetes flourishes felt very hacky and hollow.
Rated 17 Jan 2012
78
82nd
A Serbian Wicker Man.
Rated 18 Jan 2012
80
61st
Not sure what I just saw, or the motivations behind some of the characters in the third act, but I sure enjoyed the tension. Most of the film feels like that last paranoia-filled day from Goodfellas. Very well done.
Rated 22 Jan 2012
70
72nd
I was not particularly impressed by the narrative twist -- a crude hitman thriller turned into a horror of bloody rituals --, because the build up is shocking enough -- the parents fighting all the time, men getting butchered -- to make the whole thing quite creepy.
Rated 01 Feb 2012
34
14th
Disjointed. The ending doesn't fit at all. It completely genre flips. Starts out as a drama / thriller, ends up as a horror film, which ripped off A Serbian FIlm. The whole set up wasn't bad, but wasn't exactly good either, the ending was just shit that wasn't even really related to the rest of the movie. What a complete mess. Lot's of unnecessary gore too.
Rated 03 Feb 2012
90
90th
How far would you go try and remain in the upper middle class and do you really have a choice?
Rated 08 Mar 2012
70
64th
After watching this I had to ask if director Ben Wheatley was related to Dennis Wheatley. He's not but he should be.
Rated 13 Mar 2012
83
54th
I just don't know...
Rated 20 Apr 2012
65
85th
Excellent social realism and folk horror combined. Only thing I could have wished for is better coherence.
Rated 13 May 2012
70
63rd
I found it interesting and unsettling. Not entirely sold on it, though. Maybe on a rewatch.
Rated 27 May 2012
30
5th
Slow, poorly acted, stupid twist, dumb scares. The bizarre scenes of people thanking the main character felt like a leadup to something bigger than what happened in the end and turned it into a mundane convoluted mess of a low budget movie. Massive letdown.
Rated 27 May 2012
48
5th
Lixo
Rated 30 May 2012
69
40th
When the credits rolled, I wanted to sue the filmmakers for selling me something that ended up being completely different than what I bargained for. And then I couldn't get this sick, twisted tale out of my mind... Rewatch is needed.
Rated 02 Jul 2012
18
0th
Absolute tripe. A gloomy, leaden, mumblecore attempt at an arthouse drama about two hitmen. Nothing in the film is decently explained, nothing makes any sense; in the end it's little more than a series of violent or gory events chained together by dull scenes of men in cars, men in sheds, and strained family life. An extremely boring film with nothing to like in it, made by a rank amateur whose only two ideas, "bleak" and "grim", leave him 98% short of what's needed to make a decent picture.
Rated 30 Sep 2012
70
38th
What started out as an typical thriller with slow pace,the film quickly change the tide during its climax that resulted in a large amount of horror and suspense.it is basically the redemption of its stellar beginning. without its eery head-pumping climax,the film would be nothing more than a shallow movie filled with messy dialog and graphical violent.
Rated 24 Dec 2012
62
35th
This film has much to commend it: a fantastic sense of brooding menace and foreboding, great interplay between actors, horrific violence and building "edge of seat" tension .. but in much the same way as "Last Exorcism" finished with what APPEARED to be weird left-field anticlimactic ending, KL does too. With after-thought both films actually made "sense" but the key to real horror is beleivability. That's why the first part is truly horrific and the second part a completely "unlikely" letdown.
Rated 04 Feb 2013
72
33rd
Not bad, a bit hard to understand, and the ending didn't really make much sense to me.
Rated 04 Feb 2013
83
59th
From Ken Loach to Race With The Devil in ninety short minutes! What's not to love?
Rated 14 Feb 2013
53
22nd
Continuously falls apart, even though it wasn't put together that well in the first place.
Rated 28 Feb 2013
0
1st
Started out intriguing enough, but the ending left me angry, and not in the "later impressed the director was so daring" way, but in the "tried too hard for the shocking ending out of nowhere" way.
Rated 11 Mar 2013
80
63rd
beautifully made and deeply uncomfortable. maybe a little too ambiguous but still deserves a re-watch.
Rated 25 Mar 2013
5
98th
Mondeo man goes Wicker man. This time it's not the environment; it's the credit crunch. Loved this.
Rated 14 Apr 2013
58
32nd
These are the mumblingest motherfuckers I've ever seen. EXCELLENT effects and a very strong opening act, which quickly descends into mediocrity.
Rated 21 Apr 2013
70
57th
Completely unpredictable.
Rated 02 May 2013
40
26th
'Homaging' pretty much every successful Brit horror from the past 40 years (Dead Man's Shoes, The Wicker Man, The Descent, etc. etc.) Kill List often feels like an experiment in filmmaking: one with unfulfilled potential. It's tempting to say it's worth a watch - it's 'different', the performances are good and there are a few really memorable gory/shocking scenes (hammertime..) - but the uneventful first half-hour, coupled with the terrible ending, make it very hard to recommend.
Rated 05 May 2013
78
84th
Ending?
Rated 17 May 2013
40
9th
Excellent acting, brilliant cinematography and good direction. However The Wicker Man did it before, and better, with far less viewer supposition required.
Rated 16 Jun 2013
72
34th
A well made and grim suspensive drama. The movie has some really brutal moments and the whole setting made me feel very uncomfortable at times. The ending was, in my eyes, very predictable and the last 10 minutes seem to be a bit too constructed. Nevertheless an enjoyable movie for lovers of this genre.
Rated 21 Jul 2013
10
26th
Made with the purpose of being disturbing, which it is, but the rest is crap. Ben Wheatley is not Polansky, that is a fact.
Rated 17 Aug 2013
78
45th
Kill List was... good? It doesn't seem to fully hang together, but I certainly liked it. Michael Smiley was definitely my favorite part of the film though. I'm gonna spend a while thinking on this one.
Rated 09 Oct 2013
97
91st
Review can be found here: http://madman731.wordpress.com/2013/10/13/horrorfest-2013-presents-kill-list-2011-ben-wheatley/
Rated 27 Oct 2013
60
62nd
Reminded me of the original "Wicker man", great film, I recommend.
Rated 29 Oct 2013
70
39th
69.500
Rated 10 Nov 2013
93
89th
This film terrified me - I cannot remember being legitimately scared by a movie in a long time. The pacing is pretty slow in the beginning, but slowly escalates, and reaches a truly horrifying climax and ending. The music is brilliant and adds to the absolute dread of...something. This something is uncertainty that last throughout the film. I was truly jarred by this movie and it will stay with me for a while
Rated 24 Nov 2013
59
59th
No idea what I just watched
Rated 12 Dec 2013
95
95th
A very scary film to me. It's got a great classic British horror vibe but weaves it in with some other very choice British styles - kitchen-sink drama! The film just builds tension expertly but at the same time the releases from that tension are incredibly nasty and it just creates a sense of panic. There's so much going on in the themes of the movie too that I really want to rewatch it soon but then again I don't have medication for that sort of anxiety
Rated 08 Jan 2014
75
75th
crazy.
Rated 23 Apr 2014
80
14th
This pretty quickly devolves into, from as far as I can tell, nonsense. I think that might have been part of the goal though, so rock on.
Rated 31 May 2014
79
20th
son dakikaya kadar merak ve gerilim içinde izleyiciyi kendine hapseden bir yapısı var. insan ilişkileri ve bir kiralık katilin zihin yapısı iyi yansıtılmış. gerilim sevenlerin kaçırmaması gereken bir film.
Rated 12 Aug 2014
80
50th
Kill List has a gradual build, but its continual, unpredictable metamorphosis keeps you on edge while remaining tightly, even coldly, controlled, as it comes more and more unglued. What begins seeming like convincingly grim but ordinary Brit grit takes a nick-of-time circumnavigation into much more chilling terrain: Audiences inclined to go with it are in for a real experience.
Rated 20 Aug 2014
50
53rd
A bit like a highschool play ("omg, killers are so cold") but a pretty damm good soundtrack. Lackluster ending.
Rated 24 Mar 2024
78
66th
Fairly unusual thriller/horror film combines familiar tropes in unpredictable ways. There is some fantastic creation of tension here and you never know quite what's coming next. It's a little slow to start, but the slow burn is worth it. I'm not convinced that the ending makes any sense and isn't just there to shock, and I'm marking it down for that and might revise as I think about it, but it's a very interesting project that's more than worth a look.
Rated 02 Jan 2015
76
63rd
Reminds me of the original Wicker Man. My only complaints stem from the rigid flow of the movie and lack of explanation for some of the things. The suspense was great and the movie kept me very interested but the ending felt very off. The soundtrack kept me on edge, and for the most part the acting was fairly good. I recommend it to fans of cult horror.
Rated 25 Jan 2015
50
26th
There are plenty of genuinely tense and horrific moments, but the tonal inconsistencies and twists for twists sake undermine what the director had already effectively established: a moody dramatic-thriller about a contract killer with elements of kitchen sink realism. Wheatley understands how to use film form to create a feeling of profound dread and unease, but he is far less talented at telling a satisfying and coherent story. Kill List jumps the shark in the final reel.
Rated 02 Feb 2015
90
89th
This one really stuck with me, even if the plot didn't really make sense
Rated 03 Aug 2015
5
2nd
I hereby nominate this piece of filth to the worst movie of the 21st century award. 50 minutes of total boredom and then it all turn into a big pile off garbage at the end. Like the brit's say: What a lod of rubbish!
Rated 01 Oct 2015
52
52nd
I mean... it's genuinely unsettling in places, but at the same time the twists feel unearned and desperate. What sinister machinations you imagine to be happening in the first 3/4 of the film are far superior to the last act. Need to rewatch at some point.
Rated 28 Aug 2023
75
58th
I probably too often start my reviews by saying that the movie is difficult to rate. But this one sure is. It's just so weird. I wasn't a huge fan of the beginning of the movie, and kind of feel the "twist" could have been done better. At the same time it ends up being quite thought-provoking and interesting, and that's partly because of the twist and the beginning. So yeah, difficult to rate but lands on the positive side for sure.
Rated 09 Sep 2016
80
56th
The bulk of this movie is an unsettling and sometimes hilarious take on the way people compartmentalize rage and brutality alongside their otherwise pleasant, domesticated lives and relationships. The final stretch takes that theme, amplifies it to the point of schlock horror, and then ultimately cops out. To its credit, though, while most slow-burn horror wastes your time with a lot of pointless drag, Kill List at least has the courtesy to be at its best before the last ten minutes of run time.
Rated 16 Oct 2016
77
51st
Really compelling film that spirals slowly and methodically towards disorder and confusion. I just wish it cared more about its content and themes. It's one of those movies that gets caught up in own mystery and doesn't feel obligated to explain things, which makes perfect sense throughout the movie, but when you reach the ending and it all becomes a jumble of barely justified actions and experiences it loses a bit of its lustre.
Rated 25 Nov 2017
70
46th
An interesting little film that starts as a drama and ends with some head scratching bizarreness. It is enjoyable, in fits, and then often becomes a bit stupid. Still, some good intrigue and impressive gore.
Rated 13 Mar 2019
30
21st
"Kill List" can be made by excluding good parts from "A Serbian Film". If the word "good" doesn't seem right in the context, please, feel free to replace it with "bad" and regard the review as positive.
Rated 14 Oct 2019
90
84th
Kill List starts out as a suspense, action movie. It told a great story about a British soldier and his Swedish soldier wife, who have some problems but seem pretty happy generally. A friend joins the group at a dinner party and more character and pathos are added to the film. It was at this point where a strange woman marks the back of a mirror in the bathroom and the audience is left to wonder for quite some time. The payoff is worth it as Kill List turns into a very good horror movie.
Rated 22 Jul 2020
80
69th
I wish I was the kind of cool film buff that could roll with that third act without finding it all just a little bit goofy (the awkward, uncomfortable extras wearing silly straw hats inspired very little anxiety in me apart from second-hand embarrassment). As it is, loved the pacing, loved the Lynchian wildly fluctuating tone and Kitano-esque method of shooting violent acts like comedy punchlines, and on paper it's great. Just felt like the reach of the ideas exceeded the grasp of the budget.
Rated 06 Aug 2020
6
65th
One of the craziest 3rd acts I've ever seen. Was pretty mediocre first 2 thirds though
Rated 13 Aug 2020
58
68th
Seen: 2. I have lots of thoughts on this one, but am forced into being brief. After many years, I have seen it again, this time with much needed subtitles. I love the eerie score, there is something clawing under the surface the whole time. One of the main characters laughs out of the blue at the very end, and it feels like she is laughing at the audience. Once again, Wheatley's style wins out, but he missed greatness.
Rated 14 Sep 2020
50
7th
Disjointed and pointless. the first third is a very poorly made family drama, the second third had potential as a crime thriller, but then the last third randomly morphed into horror, which while well executed made absolutely no sense. Literally nothing is ever explained and there is genuinely no reason to care about these characters. Of the 4 Ben Wheatley movies I've seen this is definitely the weakest by a considerable margin (The other three being A Field in England, High-Rise, Free Fire).
Rated 13 Oct 2020
86
62nd
B+
Rated 23 Apr 2022
60
37th
i kinda liked it actually. theory: the black haired girlfriend organized it all ’cause she is a religious fanatic and at the start she wasn’t allowed to pray at the table so she went nuts and BAM it’s cult-time
Rated 11 Jul 2021
40
39th
Some great moments but feels like a bunch of shorts squashed together in the hope that that'll become one film. I really enjoyed the hitman relationship story but at some point the script-writing was obviously handed over to a teenager who had recently enjoyed The Wickerman.
Rated 26 Aug 2021
72
42nd
Intriguing, perhaps baffling thriller which would require a second viewing to properly assess whether it fits together; the undercurrent of aggressive anger in the early acts, exploding in moments of shockingly brutal violence, suggests something is brewing, and while the third act is an apparent off-the-rails left turn into the garishly bizarre, it still feels like the inevitable "end-game" even if the very final moments make no sense and provide little satisfying payoff. Fascinating.
Rated 30 Aug 2021
93
90th
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