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High Lane Coming to Blu-ray in June

French distributors Gaumont have announced that on June 1 they will release on Blu-ray Abel Ferry's Vertige (aka High Lane), starring Fanny Valette, Johan Libéreau, Raphaël Lenglet, and Nicolas Giraud.

IFC to Hit the French Horror High Lane in February

The French horror flick High Lane, or Vertige for you purists out there, is coming home to DVD soon, and we've got all the details you need to hang on tight! From the Press Release

Fantastic Fest 2010 - Day One Photos and Reviews

September 23rd, the first day of Fantastic Fest 2010, is already just a memory, which is why it's good that we've gotten ahold of a few photos from the opening night festivities. In addition, the Dread Central team on the scene, Scott & Tabby Johnson and Clint & Heather McCrocklin, have already posted two new reviews from the fest, both of which are extremely positive.

Trailer Debut - High Lane

As mentioned earlier, a bit of Fantastic Fest is coming home thanks to IFC Midnight, and to celebrate, the trailer debut for High Lane (or Vertige for you purists out there) has come online.

IFC/Fantastic Fest Form Partnership to Simultaneously Bring Festival Films to VOD

Some pretty great news has come in for those of us who don't have the funds or the time off from work to attend this year's Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas: IFC Midnight, the new genre label of IFC Films, has announced that four brand new IFC Midnight acquisitions screening at Fantastic Fest (Sept. 23-30) will simultaneously be available nationwide via the movies-on-demand platform.

High Lane Hits Home Video in the UK

The French thriller Vertige (or High Lane for us silly Americans) is getting set to make its home video debut for our friends across the pond, who seem to be getting everything cool first nowadays. Read on for info!

Poster, Trailer, and Clips from Vertige (High Lane)

For the life of us we can't understand just why any supposed thrill-seekers would want to risk their very lives and sometimes limbs just to climb a mountain. Because it's there? Really? When trouble comes, it's sometimes deservedly so. Such is the case with the French thriller Vertige (or High Lane for us silly Americans).