Exclusive! First trailer for five-star British thriller Kill List

Get a glimpse of the movie we’re backing at FrightFest 2011

We’ve got the world exclusive first look at the trailer for astonishing British thriller Kill List.

Directed by Ben Wheatley, Kill List is the movie Total Film are getting behind at FrightFest 2011.

It follows the violent mission of a former soldier turned hitman, and, as you can see from the trailer [below], it’s dripping with tension and has atmosphere to spare.

“Given to gloriously unpredictable, violent mood swings, Kill List is the best British genre film in years,” says Jamie Graham, Deputy Editor of Total Film Magazine, in his five-star TF review.

Down Terrace announced director Ben Wheatley as One To Watch. Kill List ensures that Hollywood will now snap to attention.”

Kill List will premiere at FrightFest on Sunday 28 August and opens in the UK on 2 September.

To book tickets call 08 714 714 714 or go online at: www.empirecinemas.co.uk

Tickets for festival and day passes went on sale 2 July 2011. Tickets for individual films are available from 1 August.

For the full programme and timetable, log onto www.frightfest.co.uk

What do you think of the Kill List trailer? Are you heading to FrightFest? Let us know!

Comments

    • ChrisWootton

      Jul 20th 2011, 11:11

      Is the Director a friend of yours?

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    • tank1701

      Jul 20th 2011, 11:55

      hmm I dont think this looks scary at all... just Harry Brown with more guns...

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    • BlueOh

      Jul 20th 2011, 23:45

      A little ambiguous, what's the plot?

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    • XViking

      Jul 24th 2011, 15:46

      Give it a chance will you?! Everybody whinges when a trailer shows too much of the plot and then everyone complains when it's too ambiguous! Looks stylishly shot. Getting good buzz. Relatively unknown actors allows for good twists. It's a thriller not a horror so I think the trailer was going for 'ominous' not 'scary'. Might not be good but don't judge it just yet. We should hoping for and supporting good british films.

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