WHO’S IN IT?
Vanessa Kirby (About Time), Thure Lindhardt (Into the Wild), David Ajala (Fast & Furious 6), Tom McKay (Imagine Me and You), Deborah Rosan (Ex Machina), Bentley Kalu (Edge of Tomorrow), Kelly Gough (Raw), Mike Noble (World War Z), Tim Ahern (Kiss the Girls), Osi Okerafor (Fury), Damian Kell (The Dark Hunter)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Steven Gomez (film debut), director, writer; Allan Niblo (Monsters), Rupert Preston (Bronson), James Richardson (The Sweeney) and Jim Spencer (All Stars), producers; Stephen Hilton (Sword of Vengeance), composer; Simon Dennis (Pusher), cinematographer; Celeste Bothwick (film debut) and Alex Mackie (Judge Dredd), editors
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
In a future society that pits man against killing machines, an elite army unit is transported to a remote facility for a training exercise – but are soon ambushed by an enemy that has transcended the human concept of evil…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
“Man vs machine” futures have been around since The Terminator, but the one glimpsed at in Kill Command looks exceptionally gritty and violent, enough to arouse our own curiosity for it.