The Meg 2 director Ben Wheatley wants to make a DOOM movie and the wonder he could bring to the franchise makes my tits stiffen. Let this man direct that movie. As well, if you’re an ignorant knob and you only know Ben Wheatley from his connection with Meg 2, get learned and then come back here. You see, dude has directed a bunch of cult classics, especially Kill List.
Here’s another trailer for the star-stacked, juicy-ass’d Free Fire. You know, director Ben Wheatley’s feature-length shootout flick. I, I can’t fucking wait for this jam.
Ben Wheatley directed Kill List. It was awesome. He also directed High Rise. I have not seen it. He also also directed Free Fire, which, given this trailer, I will certainly see. Brie Larson, period piece, swagger, violence, style. A custom made pop culture prostate massager. For me!
This one came out of the fucking woods for me. I caught director Ben Wheatley’s Kill List a couple of years ago with Bateman, and found it enjoyably, enjoyably haunting. So apply his talent to adapting yet another J.G. Ballard book I haven’t read (dystopian no less!), starring Loki, and you got a movie I’m anticipating.
British filmmaker Ben Wheatley gave audiences a look behind the suburban crime curtain with his strong 2009 debut Down Terrace. Wheatley’s latest film, Kill List, takes another look at the delicate intricacies of domestic life then burns the house down. By the time the end credits started rolling I was reeling – damn near suffocated by the smothering atmosphere of pure dread. Over its 90 minutes, the Kill List shifts from a Mike Leigh-style family drama to terrifying folk horror that left me shivering. You’ll never guess how it ends as the film’s beginning is made up of the marital bickering of middle class Englanders Jay (Neil Maskell) and Shel (MyAnna Buring).