Zombies. You love ‘em, I love ‘em, and yes, even Frontier(s) director Xavier Gens loves ‘em, which is why he’s produced a film called The Horde. Twitch Film managed to pin the man down during the Neuchatel International Fantastic Film Festival, where he gave them the first details about the film.
Issue #78 May 2008 The focus in this month’s Rue Morgue is something we’ve been trying to do a Dinner for Fiends about for the last month or so; the new wave of French horror. Sadly, there’s not a helluva lot to talk about since there are only a handful of movies that are making up this new trend, but it’s nice to see them put it in the forefront for the fans.
Some really good and some really, really bad horror DVDs are coming your way this Tuesday, May 13th. Be sure you read about 'em all so you know which is which! Botched (2008) Directed by Kit Ryan
We've been telling you about it for months, and the official news has finally rolled in. Xavier Gens' Frontier(s) (official website), which was too extreme to be part of the After Dark film fest, will be having its limited theatrical release on May 9th at the following theatres:
In the words of producer Michael Abbate, Terror Project 6 is a “French horror sitcom with zombies”. If that’s not enough to entice you to read on … then man I feel bad for you.
The film that really should have been a part of last year's After Dark's 8 Films to Die For, Frontier(s), is still going to get its chance to shine here in the States with an uncut theatrical run on May 9th and landing on DVD May 13th.
It’s been a while since we heard much from the After Dark camp regarding Frontier(s), the film that was originally going to be one of the 8 Films to Die For until they couldn’t bring in an R rating. Luckily, their silence was due to hard work on their side building promo materials for the film!
After Dark Films has finally figured out its plans for Xavier (Hitman) Gens’ Frontier(s) it was announced today. Though the film was originally slated to be part of the 8 Films to Die For (we got Lake Dead instead...), its NC-17 rating could not be modified in time to get it in theaters this past November.
Last week we noticed that Xavier Gens' Frontière(s) went missing from After Dark Horror Fest's final roster of films that will start playing nationwide on November 9th. It was a pretty sad turn of events simply because the movie was about Neo-Nazis and extreme gore.
The French horror film Frontieres has been winning audience accolades nearly every festival it’s been to for the past year or so, but it wasn’t until it foun