UK; 2016; 110 min; English language

Friday, July 14th at 16.00h CULTURE HOUSE CINEMA

Written and directed by: Dan Pringle
Cinematography by: Chris Fergusson
Music by: Nina Humphreys
Cast: Ziad Abaza, Scot Williams, Darren Morfit, Reece Noi,
Kristin Atherton, Ewen MacIntosh
Produced by: Adam J. Merrifield
Production company: White Lantern Film
Genre: horror, thriller

 Son of a kebab shop owner avenges his father's death at the hands of local marauding drunks. Never before was vengeance so tasty and brutal at the same time, and kebabs so juicy and soft…

Writer/director Dan Pringle portrays the protagonist's bizarre killing spree in a surprisingly realistic and shocking way, backed by convincing acting performances. Besides displaying a great portrait of the sordid side of British nightlife, this tense and gruesome thriller offers a strong social commentary, which is mostly missed in modern genre films. All of this with stomach-churning black humour, but in the most tasteful manner, of course.