• Director-Screenwriter

    Paul Andrew Williams

  • Producers

    Dominic Tighe, Sarah Gabriel, Marc Goldberg, Leonora Darby, Mark Lane

  • With

    Neil Maskell, David Hayman, Tamzin Outhwaite

  • UK 2021. 88min

  • UK Distribution

    Signature Entertainment

  • Language


  • Certificate


Like his title character, Paul Andrew Williams has been away from home turf for a while. But after the atypically gentle OAP drama Song for Marion, his latest is a fantastically violent return to his pulpy genre roots. Kill List’s Neil Maskell stars as Bull, a former gang enforcer who returns to his former hood on a mission to find his son. Bull is a man possessed, and no wonder; his ex-wife is a two-timing junkie and his father-in-law Norm (David Hayman) a psychopath gang boss whose firm has done Bull some serious wrongs. But Bull has a dark secret of his own, teased out in a kaleidoscopic timeframe as he single-handedly raises hell, in a horror-thriller that doesn’t flinch from strong bloody violence.

Damon Wise

Contains strong violence.

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