Anthology Film Supernatural Tales Coming in From Denmark
Supernatural Tales is the latest horrific offering coming from some scary bastards in Denmark. An anthology film containing 16 stories and over 280 minutes of entertainment, this film definitely gives you a bang for your horror buck!
All the films were shown at The Movie Battle competition, held during the Copenhagen Film Festival (CPH PIX), and the films will be available in a fantastic two-DVD set on May 6. Pre-order the DVD here.
From the Press Release
Supernatural Tales is a new double DVD featuring 16 new horror short films from Denmark, all previously unreleased. All films were shown during the Movie Battle competition in connection with CPH PIX 2012, which was held with the theme "supernatural horror".
Like its predecessor, Wasteland Tales from the previous Movie Battle in 2010 with a post-apocalyptic theme, Supernatural Tales is a collection of no less than 16 short films clearly showing there is a surprising solid mass of filmmaking talent for a small country like Denmark, telling stories other than light comedies and social realistic drama.
This double DVD released by Another World Entertainment features all these films and provides a solid 280 minutes of pure entertainment. Many of the films are in English, and those in Danish are all provided with English subtitles.
The release includes:
Emma - Director: Philip Th. Pedersen
Ansigtet (The Face) - Director: Svend Ploug Johansen
Den Gyldne Regel (The Golden Rule) - Director: Jack Hansen
Iblis: Promethus - Director: The Sun King
Outpost - Director: Esben Halfdan Blaakilde
Succubus - Director: Martin Vrede Nielsen
The Man Who Died - Director: NC Sixhøj Sørensen & Rune Midtgaard Vistisen
Rex Inferno - Director: Kasper Juhl
Kissing the Bride - Director: Martin Andersen
318 - Director: Nicklas Thoft Jensen
Blodrus (Bloodlust) - Director: Mads Liljendahl
Mors dag (Mothers Day) - Director: Jonas Kvist Jensen
Den lille Engel (The Little Angel) – Director: Hector Mauricio Vega
No Good Deed - Director: Sohail A. Hassan
Succubus - Director: Kim Sønderholm
Translucent - Director: Casper Gätke
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