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.
Tag: 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.
“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.
“Give Me an A”
Will likely elicit a gut reaction in viewers and amplify the issue of bodily autonomy and reproductive rights, which is the point of the entire project.
Blends psychological and body horror in a way that’s extremely unsettling, creating a disturbing, nightmarish tale about the very human fear of aging.
A conversational drama about the struggles of the working class that’s more experimental than straightforward.
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