Director Martin McDonagh seems to have knack for creating films and plays divide audiences. Plays like The Pillowman and A Behanding In Spokane, which featured two of the stars of his latest film Sevenn Psychopaths (2012) in Christopher Walken and Sam Rockwell. it is a pleasure to see them get such meaty roles as Hans and Billy. The film also features Colin Farrell in a feature role as Billy's best friend and an Irish, alcoholic screenwriter with writer's block. There are several great cameos and character roles by the likes of Tom Waits, Woody Harrelson, Harry Dean Stanton, Michael Pitt, and Michael Stuhlburg. There is a lot going on in the film and the meta-film that the characters are trying to write and much of this includes Tarantino-esque violence, so it is not for everyone. But if you, like me, enjoy this sort of cartoon violence, black humor, and inventive meta narratives, you will enjoy this film.