french horror

Pascal Laugier's "The Tall Man", starring Jessica Biel, has been completed and is currently being shopped around. I'm guessing it will be easier to stomach than his last film... Good god, the bathtub scene... ugh.

“Eyes Without a Face” (Les Yeus sans Visage) has been a contentious film since it was first released in 1959. In her book “Cutting Edge: Art-Horror and the Horrific Avant-garde” Joan Hawkins notes the difficulty audiences and critics seem to have in classifying the film. “Horror but not Hammer Horror, not low horror, not horror horror” (74).

Le Holy Crap, or whatever they say over in France when something cool happens. A new clip, or le clip, has come out for the French film "The Horde" and is available for your viewing pleasure below.

I'd try to explain what the French film "Amer" is about but every synopsis I've read is almost a shot for shot description of the trailer. What I've been able to figure out though is there's a girl named Ana who keeps seeing all this f'ed up crap and can't figure out if it's real or her imagination. I could be completely wrong here though. In any case the shots look pretty cool so give it a go.

In general I like to eat my freedom fries with my freedom toast but the French have finally done something I might enjoy.

If you are like me, you can't wait for the next French horror film or anything equivalent. Well, wait no longer, because "Vertige," which translates to "High Lane," looks like another scenic horror film that will hold the tension high.

We get way more French than anyone's comfortable with as we review the cannibal film "Delicatessen".

I'm all for genre-mixing - not everyone's on a hot date or exploring a savage island when the zombies invade. This French "gangsters vs police vs zombies" film called "La Horde" looks like a great example.

The setup of "Sheitan" is standard. A group of young club goers, with little on their mind but sex and heavy drinking, get kicked out of a bar on Christmas Eve. They meet up with Eve, a mysterious woman who invites them back to her home in the country to continue the party. They drive what seems to be all night and meet Eve's housekeeper, on the road to her home, a smarmy farmer played brilliantly by Vincent Cassel (“Irreversible”). Events become hilariously odd as Joseph's playful bantering becomes ever more uncomfortable and boundaries are crossed.

The crew goes down into the gulag with "Martyrs" and decides if it's worth the praise, or all a bunch of hype.