Two more acclaimed horror flicks from overseas are on their way to Stateside DVD courtesy of the wonderfully twisted folks over at IFC. Read on for the 411.
The Silent House (La Casa Muda): Based on a true story that happened in the late 40’s in a small village in Uruguay. La Casa Muda focuses on Laura, who, second by second, intends to leave a house which hides an obscure secret, unharmed. THE SILENT HOUSE is a different independent film in its genre, filmed with a digital camera in one single shot, without any cuts and in real time. It’s the first horror film in the world that discovers fear without tricks in one sequence of 78 minutes. It’s also the first feature film that was completely filmed with the digital camera Canon Mark II. This camera offers extraordinary possibilities as it can shoot in high definition real full HD video; it transcends the limits of photography.
Street Date: September 13, 2011
We Are the Night: Dennis Gansel, director of the critically acclaimed THE WAVE, explores a seething dark side of Berlin in WE ARE THE NIGHT. Following a sect of seductive female vampires that hide out in the city’s alternative clubs, enjoying the luxury and pleasures their attained immortality provides them and wreaking horror on a string of unsuspecting victims, the film is a brilliantly stylized vision of the classic vampire myth — a sensual, charismatic thrill ride fascinated with all aspects of the night.
Street Date: September 20, 2011
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