Sometimes the simplest stories are the ones that prove to be the most horrifying, and this horror film set in the Paris catacombs is as unsettling as they come.
Category: Fantastic Fest
“Hundreds of Beavers”
Those with a penchant for slapstick will appreciate the whimsy that defines the entire film, which is a true achievement in oddball independent filmmaking.
“Decision to Leave”
Complex storytelling and stunning visuals elevate this haunting noir tale of obsession, desire, and murder.
“The Strange Case of Jacky Caillou”
This dark and dreamy film about a magnetic healer and the woman he tries to cure flows and winds itself into a nightmare.
“Food and Romance”
While this foodie romance features a predictable menu and a been-there, done-that premise, audiences aren’t being served a reheated plate of lukewarm leftovers.
“Bones and All”
Despite imperfections in storytelling and execution, this macabre coming-of-age story is a lesson in life, love, and the need for human connection.
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