At first Father Ted cute, but then League Of Gentlemen cruel – this is a dark little delight.Total Film
Ben (Kill List) Wheatley’s dazzling and disturbing film is the toast of this year’s major film festivals and should be on your must see list of 2012. This blackly comic story follows Tina and Chris, a sad-sack couple who head off on a rainy caravanning holiday together across the Midlands and Yorkshire. Antagonised by litter louts, full caravan sites and noisy teenagers, the pair snap and go on a bloody killing spree, wreaking havoc over the dales and assorted beauty spots as they go. Chock full of laughs alongside the shocks, Sightseers may well be one of the most violent films you’ll see this year, but it’ll also be one of the funniest, led along by a fantastic script and two brilliant and sympathetic performances from Steve Oram (Kill List) and Alice Lowe (Hot Fuzz).
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