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'A Field in England' Trailer: From the Prolific Director of 'Kill List' and 'Sightseers'
Ben Wheatley hasn't been making features for very long, but he's sure good at making his time count.
A killer vacation
Blacker than the La Brea Tar Pits, director Ben Wheatley's dark comedy about a couple of serial killer lovebirds is an exquisitely funny movie.
Exclusive Interview: Director Ben Wheatley Talks Sightseers, Upcoming Projects and More
It's hard to describe just what it is that makes Ben Wheatley's Sightseers by far one of the more incredible blisteringly dark comedies of the last several decades without giving away too much, but suffice to say Wheatley is in top form with his latest effort.
Ain't It Cool News
Drafthouse Films picks up newest bit of crazy from Ben Wheatley
Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. If you've seen Kill List, Sightseers and/or Down Terrace you know Ben Wheatley likes to make the kind of movies most film professors would label "Fucking Weird" so it seems like a marriage made in heaven that Drafthouse Films is distributing his latest fuckin' weird movie A FIELD IN ENGLAND.
Ben Wheatley Wants to Make You Feel Responsible for Murder in Sightseers
A few years ago, Ben Wheatley helped his friend get hit by a car. It turned out to be an excellent career move.
National Public Radio
In 'Sightseers,' A Killing Spree Gone South
Scrub away the gore and the nastier bits of provocation, and Ben Wheatley's Sightseers belongs squarely in the tradition of British classics like Kind Hearts and Coronets and The Ruling Class - satires that transformed simmering class resentment into brittle, nasty dark comedy.
The Austin Chronicle
Drafthouse Films Heads to 'A Field in England'
Pick up your musket and watch out for sorcerers: Drafthouse Films will be releasing A Field in England , the new historical horror from subversive British film maker Ben Wheatley .
The New York Observer
Gore Galore: Two New Horror Flicks Are a Disappointing Blend of Blood and Guts
Two horror flicks open this week after making the film-festival rounds, both more horrible than horrifying.
Screen Play: May's Must-See Movies
Fellow friends fascinated by cults, welcome home. The unbiased tell-all gets the real story behind wanderlusty 1970s Hollywood cult Father Yod's Aquarians .