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Writer-director Dan Pringle intersperses his protagonist's gory actions with verité footage of inebriated night-time revelry on the streets of Bournemouth that proves even more nauseating.
Dan Pringle may have just made a future cult classic in this twisted tale.
It may not be the most subtle take on 'binge Britain', but first-time writer/director Dan Pringle has a gift for the gruesome.
There's definitely more substance here than the usual penny dreadful, but ambition without accomplishment only goes so far.
If your local high street is a swill of foul-mouthed, drunken louts every weekend then K-Shop will definitely strike a chord.
This short film idea can't sustain a feature, no matter how much chilli sauce and cranial trauma you pack into it.
In K-Shop, a little shop of horrors emerges in a kebab takeaway.
This is a very promising debut.
With strong work from a good cast (Abaza in particular), this joins a small group of British horror films rooted in observation and anger.
The film doesn't actually judge people for their behaviour, but that's not to say it doesn't take gleeful relish in acting out precisely the kind of thing that many of us have thought about, whether we're willing to admit it or not.
There is no focus, it runs out of ideas, and we get endless ambient shots of people getting drunk in the streets. It sags - which is a shame.
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