Tag: French Horror

FEVER Invites You to Define Crime

Throughout its runtime, Fever poses the question: can there be a crime without a personal motive? Anchored on the story of two philosophy students that commit a random murder, this French psychological thriller explores the aftermath of a crime without motive. Even if they are never arrested, do...

High Lane: High Altitude French Horror

High Lane (Vertige) (2009)Directed by Abel FerryWritten by Johanne Bernard and Louis-Paul Desanges Since the release of Alex Aja’s High Tension back in the 2003, horror fans have been lapping up the new wave of horror films coming out of France. With good reason, too. French filmmakers have consistently...

Sunday’s Shorts: “Fantasy”

In Izabel Grondin’s “Fantasy” a couple meet at an upscale bar for drinks after chatting exclusively online. The two have been brought together over similar interest in a sexual fetish (I won’t spoil it here) and are hoping that they’ll have enough chemistry together to indulge their desires....

And now…deep thoughts

a couple quick hits now that I’m back from Atlanta and snug as a bug at home: First-If there isn’t a movie in the works about a frustrated man that snaps after his downstairs condo neighbors play “Beatles: Rock Band” at amazingly eair piercing volume well past midnight...

DVD Review: Inside

Inside (2007)Directed by Alexandre Bustillo & Julien MauryDimension Extreme StudiosFrench, subtitled in EnglishAs far as foreign horror goes, the French are the bee’s knees. The French specialize in making the confines of the average home a place of unimaginable horror. Continuing the tradition films such as High Tension...