Due to the oversaturation of the genre, you are bound to come across many zombie films you know nothing about beyond containing some form of undead. Sadly, these entries in the genre are often marked by a mundanity or a quick turn of the buck (much like ‘shark’ films) where creativity and ingenuity seem absent.
Tag: French Horror
Super Z is a 2021 French horror comedy, written and directed by Julien de Volte and Arnaud Tabarly in their first feature-length directorial debut. The film is loosely based on the horror short The Foodies (2014), written and directed by both Julien and Arnaud. “An unknown corporation is turning humans into zombies. To their complete
Deep Fear is a 2022 French horror, directed by Grégory Beghin, who has made a name for himself as a TV actor, Grégory made his debut behind the camera with the 2020 comedy Losers Revolution, co-directed by Thomas Ancora. “Paris – The 1990s. Three students decide to celebrate their graduation with a visit to the local catacombs deep in the
Making Off (also known as Devil’s Weekend) is a 2012 French extreme found footage film, written and directed by Cédric Dupuis in his feature-length directorial debut. The film is presented as raw/behind-the-scenes footage of a low-budget found footage movie. “Cédric Dupuis (Olivier Bureau), a fledgling independent filmmaker, has set out to create the most terrifying
There is something inherently fascinating about film oddities emerging from the underground decades after their release. Such is the case with Folies Meurtrières, a gritty French slasher film from director Antoine Pellissier. This microbudget film is simple in execution, a masked killer on the prowl stalking and killing several women in vicious ways. However, what differentiates
It’s that time of year again when it’s dark at 2 pm and colourful lights and Christmas music assault the senses. But fear not, as we have a list of films to keep you warm and cozy at home but still celebrate the holiday spirit with some spooky Christmas-themed horror movies from around the world.
Selected to cap off the closing night of Fright Fest 2021, The Advent Calendar has come to the attention of horror fans as one of the titles already announced as a future Shudder exclusive. Furthermore, French cinema holds a fond spot in the hearts of many fans thanks to the plethora of cult cinema that
Vampires have been the subject of media as far back as the publication of John William Polidori’s The Vampyre (1819) and Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1897). Their is lore subject to variation and change over the years to create the vampiric entities that have cemented themselves as part of our popular culture. This history has not