31 Nights of Horror IV, Night 11: Kill List.
Three sentences review:
There are so many marriages between harmony and chaos within Kill list, both literally depicted in the marriage of Jay and Shel, and figuratively represented in the majority of the film’s imagery. There’s also a ton of “image crafting” going on with the characters, and I think that’s done purposely to lead up to the film’s sobering conclusion; nothing is ever as it seems. Kill List is a fascinating, complex film about an unraveling marriage, two hitmen with moral compasses, and dark rituals, which is the best explanation I can give without spoilers to describe its interesting genre identity disorder.