After the success of Let the Right One In, we've been waiting to see what the next big thing from Sweden might be, and today we got word from Stockholm Syndrome Film, the filmmakers behind Madness, that their debut project will be shown at this year's Cannes film festival.
If you read our previous articles on Dead Snow, you're aware that the film is playing Sundance and looks pretty badss. Dead Snow is the story of some kids who go skiing at a cabin in the mountains. Sounds pretty standard slasher right? Well things go badly when Nazi Zombies rise out of the snow and cause all kinds of mayhem.
I really don’t know how I feel about this or pretty much any other poster that’s come out for Let the Right One In. They’ve all got the same general color scheme and don’t really say anything at all about the movie. I find it strange since there are so many iconic shots in this film that could be better utilized.
Though I’ve never read a single thing by him, it’s not because I have anything against Chuck Palahniuk. I’m sure he’s a great author and someday I’ll sit down and actually start digging through some of his works. One of his more horror-centric novels that I'll be sure to hit first is Lullaby, and it sounds like it’s finally on its way to the big screen.
“Completely unwatchable” “It was like the film was raping my face” “highbrow-pervo conversation piece” These are only some of the things people are saying about Downloading Nancy, the oddly-titled first film from Swedish music video/commercial big deal Johan Renck. Maria Bello, Jason Patric and Rufus Sewell star.