If you've seen Down Terrace or Kill List, you'll know that a new Ben Wheatley film is quickly becoming an event to relish. In Sightseers, Wheatley and his leads, Alice Lowe and Steve Oram, welcome us to a world of giant pencils, Goretex jackets, stolen dogs, carapods and tram museums. Of baked beans and bloody murder. Of the brutal, bonkers side of being British. It's arguably the most singularly 'English' black comedy since Four Lions; a triumph of macabre wit that, the two leads and their director explained, is designed to have you laughing uncomfortably at things you'd normally run a mile from. Click below to hear more about the film.