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Everything that follows is unconfirmed, but the general information sits very well with well-sourced rumours that have been criss-crossing behind the scenes for months now.
Sounds like a real trip and Wheatley will surely add his own twisted spin on things too.
Filming continues on the first pair of Doctor Who episodes of the Peter Capaldi era under director Ben Wheatley. Tonight, they’re shooting a sequence in which The Doctor hops on the back of a horse for some high-speed riding. Well, …
From the filming of the first episodes in the run, also the first to shoot. The first was written by Steven Moffat and the second by Phil Ford, both are being directed by Ben Wheatley.
Doctor Who Round-Up – Ben Wheatley Directing, Vastra And Co. Returning, Poster For Cinema Screenings
Things are quite busy behind the scenes for me right now – you’ll all reap some of the rewards as we get closer to the release of Thor 2, I promise- so some stories just aren’t making it to the Bleeding …
The novel is about the moral decay of a society housed in an ultramodern high rise tower, something not too dissimilar to a less-fantastical Mega City tower block.
The director of Kill List, Sightseers and A Field In England directs his first music video.
Film 4 and Warp have cooked up a pretty daring release plan for this film. As well as rolling into UK cinemas on July 5th, it’s also going to be made available on DVD, Blu-ray and VOD and premiered on television, for free, on Film 4′s channel.
Is there an old rhyme that goes “Red moon by day, certificate AA”?
Let the director of Down Terrace, Kill List and Sightseers school you in his style.
Inside the mind and methods of the caravan spree killers.
From the director of Kill List and Sightseers.
Ginger and Rosa gets a lot of love as well.
Best known internationally for Kill List, and before that Down Terrace, Ben Wheatley has also directed a lot of British TV. Several pieces of Time Trumpet came from him, all of The Wrong Door and many episodes, including the entire …
When the UK’s bricks-and-mortar DVD and Blu-ray stores re-open their doors on Boxing Day morning (assuming, you know, that they’re still in business) I should imagine that one of the most popular ways for film geeks to spend their fresh …
I’ll be seeing the much-lauded Kill List this weekend and if I’m anything like my fellows and peers in thge film blogosphere, won’t be shutting up about it for months afterwards. To follow in my footsteps and catch up with …