Kill List

2011, Mystery & thriller/Horror, 1h 34m

95 Reviews 5,000+ Ratings

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Kill List is an expertly executed slow-burn crime thriller that thrives on tension before morphing into visceral horror. Read critic reviews

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Events take a darker turn as a contract killer (Neil Maskell) and his business partner (Michael Smiley) carry out a new assignment.

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Audience Reviews for Kill List

  • Apr 17, 2018
    Horror is at its most visceral and paranoid when it's British in my opinion and Kill List supports this opinion massively. A little bit of a hidden gem, in Kill List a troubled ex-army officer resumes his humble day job of carrying out assassinations for large sums of money and inevitably finds himself tangled in a contract that will burrow under his skin and eventually consume him. Firstly the direction is entirely offbeat and has a dream-like ambiance to it as the protagonist staggers through happenings that get stranger and stranger as time progresses, resulting in a showdown that will be pretty hard to forget with a brilliant plot twist right at the end that leaves a burn on the brain. The real horror is in the crumbling of the human psyche and also the family unit. The disintegrating relationship between the characters of Maskell and Buring is so well acted by both actors that it's really quite devastating to watch as it can be all too familiar. I'd definitely recommend this gem to everyone.
    Harry W Super Reviewer
  • Jul 26, 2016
    I'm not going to give Kill List a genuine review, because I think it's best to go into the movie the same way I did. Without expectation. Don't look up the plot or anything and go in unadulterated. All I will say is that I recommend it highly.
    Gimly M Super Reviewer
  • Oct 15, 2015
    I went into this film blind, and I sure glad I did. Part family drama, part brutal action thriller, and part horror film with a shocking ending that will make your jaw drop and make you immediately want to discuss it with friends. Of course if you hate films that make you think and prefer mindless entertainment, you would do best to seek elsewhere.
    Anthony V Super Reviewer
  • Mar 22, 2015
    A pointless and confusing mix of family drama, hitman thriller and gory horror that lacks energy, tension and is never engaging, with so many plot holes, terrible pacing and ugly jump cuts - and not even a creepy twist in the end (which makes no sense) saves it from being a bore.
    Carlos M Super Reviewer

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