Kill Keith [DVD]
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The nation's favourite presenter, Keith Chegwin, has been entertaining the British public for more than four decades with his zany brand of cheeky chappy chuckles. From Swap Shop to Cheggers Plays Pop, The Big Breakfast to GMTV, his irrepressible, upbeat energy has kept him at the top of his game - King of the live broadcast. But his reign is about to come to a sticky and gory end.
Much loved television personalities are being gruesomely despatched using a variety of breakfast condiments and as the body count grows, so does the hysteria. There appears to be no stopping the Breakfast Cereal Killer as he marches relentlessly towards his ultimate goal ... to KILL KEITH!
KILL KEITH is the hilarious horror film with a comedy twist that stars Marc Pickering (Sleepy Hollow, I Want Candy), Susannah Fielding (4,3,2,1), Joe Tracini (Hollyoaks, Coming of Age), David Easter (Family Affairs, The Bill), Tony Blackburn (BBC Radio 2), Joe Pasquale, Russell Grant (Strictly Come Dancing) and Keith Chegwin (GMTV, Swap Shop).
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An enjoyable British horror comedy with a cast of small screen stars which I all recognised. A parody of a chat show, I think the film will probably only be of interest to the UK audience and Americans will certainly fail to understand all of the in-jokes and the whole GMTV spoof.
With lighthearted humour and plenty of cheap but funny jokes, Keith Chegwin (actor and presenter of such shows as 'Multi-Coloured Swap Shop') stars alongside Susannah Fielding (star of several low budget flicks) as the presenters of the nation's 'favourite' Breakfast TV show 'The Crack of Dawn'. Cliff decides to leave after two years and there are a host of celebrities eager to take his place including Russell Grant and Joe Pasquale. But as the hopeful candidates are killed off one by one, panic soon takes place across the TV set and it's up to young studio runner Danny (nicely played Marc Pickering who appeared in 'Sleepy Hollow' and 'Calendar Girls') to be able to unmask the killer. David Easter and Les Dennis also star.
I for one really enjoyed 'Kill Keith' and found it a refreshing and genuinely funny flick. The acting was surprisingly good, even from the people playing themselves. Ignore the negative reviews, buy it and make up your own mind. If I'd have listened to the one stars, I would have missed out.
He is a national treasure.
Hidden away in a damp dark and blood stain cellar is a figure in the dark. He sits through the small hours torturing himself watching Swap Shop on fast forward over and over again.
Cheggers Plays Pop posters decorate the cellar walls. The stranger moves slowly around his memorabilia filled shrine; terrifying equipment of torture fill the cellar together with several slabs of dead meat hanging from meat hooks.
In the corner a man is bound and gagged in a cage being subjected to archive TV clips of Keith Chegwin...
First off, yes it's a bad film. It's not funny in the slightest and the big twist in the movie, which has been ruined by several, isn't as shocking as it would like to be, but blimey Charlie, it had me entertained right up to the last minute.
The film is more centred around the tea boy, who has a crush on one of the presenters, and aspires to be a presenter himself. The two leads are okay, and have chemistry, but whenever Chegwin, Pasquale, or Grant are on the screen, it's a riot.
It's The Boys In Blue for people who can't remember Saturday night TV when shows like The X Factor and Britains Got Talent didn't exist. For the rest of us, it's a little bit nostalgic, but in the cheesy don't let anyone know way.
So all in all, it's a bad movie,but I had a lot of fun watching it.
Whilst hapless script runner Danny(Marc Pickering) dreams of one day co-presenting Breakfast TV show 'Up At The Crack Of Dawn' with glamourous host Dawn(Susanna Fielding), in reality he's the butt of constant sniping from out-going host Cliff(David Easter). Meanwhile a nefarious 'cereal' killer is at work, busily making the short list for the job even shorter, as some of the nations favourites such as Joe Pasquale, Tony Blackburn and even Keith Chegwin are put in terible danger. Can Danny save the world of Breakfast telly from this monstrous threat?
This hilarious film is a laugh riot from start to finish. Whether approached as a good natured satire on cosy, safe morning television, or about the hunger for fame or simply as a gory comedy horror, the film works on all levels. Part of its success is the willingness of all participants to poke fun at their real on-screen personas, especially hilarious a grumpy Pasquale in a monkey costume.
There are too many stand out sequences to describe, but to name just a few, there is a great running gag involving Tony Blackburn and his 'double' and there is a very funny bit involving a cardboard cutout and a tray of sponge fingers.
As well as the likeable leads, there are many great supporting characters such as Brian Stokes(Stephen Chance), the vampiric poser of those inane quiz questions you find before the commercial break on Breakfast telly, and Andy(Simon Philips), the flatulent undercover reporter with a penchant for Hob Nobs.
Although more comedy than horror, there are some nice little homages to films such as 'Theatre Of Blood' and 'The Abominable Dr Phibes'.Read more ›
You need the following to enjoy this:
A) a Friday night
B) a group of mates
C) a take-away
D) lots and lots of beer
It's a clever mickey take out of daytime TV which is well worth a watch.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this for a friend who just loved it. I haven't watched it yet, but I am assured it's gruesomely funny.Published 3 months ago by Janna Dean
I gave this film 1 star purely because it was the lowest I could give. Terrible movie. Avoid at all costs.Published 6 months ago by dave haden
This film has a slow start slow middle and definitively a slow ending, it looked allright in the trailer but it actually wasnt worth buying. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Paul Moye
An odd and very cheap movie about breakfast tv, Joe Pasqulae, Keith Chegwin and Tony Blackburn. Has cult written all over it. Not bad at allPublished 19 months ago by mt b r thompson
I wasn't expecting much, to be honest, I do actually like the occasional bad film (I have, after all, seen Starship Troopers 3 twice), but Kill Keith way exceeded just how bad I... Read morePublished on 5 Mar. 2014 by Mr
Some great Tv characters put together in what could have been a great film. Sadly the story or non story lets the talent down. Read morePublished on 12 Aug. 2013 by A. Murphy