DON'T MISS FILM.
Thankfully, he also doesn't do unfunny - and this is his feature film debut, which lives up to all of the above.
The man behind Brass Eye turns to fiction with a great satire on terrorism.
He focuses on a group of disaffected young British Asians who become radicalised.
The only problem is they are all pretty dumb and the result is an intelligent film about stupid people doing mad things.
Expertly scripted and directed, the movie is full of brilliant one liners and sight gags - it's well worth your time.
RADICAL... Unhappy young British rebels