We got our hands on the first ever image from Xavier Gens' upcoming horror flick The Divide, formerly known as The Fallout, and you had better get your hands up if you know what's good for ya!
Some casting news has hit the web concerning the upcoming horror flick The Divide, formerly known as The Fallout. Come on in and find out who!
Director Xavier Gens, best known within the genre for Frontiere(s), is following up his harrowing little horror film (sorry, Hitman doesn't count) with a hearty slice of post-apocalyptic nuttiness that was once known as The Fallout. The title has been dropped for when it goes on sale at this month's EFM, and we've got some new art and a new synopsis for you.
Director Xavier Gens, best known within the genre for Frontiere(s), is following up his harrowing little horror film (Hitman doesn't count) with a hearty slice of post-apocalyptic nuttiness, and we have some art and the plot crunch for you.
The wonderfully sick mind behind Frontière(s), Xavier Gens, is set to return to the genre (sort of) for The Fallout, a post-apocalyptic thriller set in a futuristic New York City. Unlike his adaptation of the Eidos video game Hitman, this one isn’t an adaptation of the long-running RPG series of the same name.
A bunch of new behind-the-scenes stills from the upcoming French zombie movie La Horde have shown up over at Cinema Fantastique and as you can see from the sample on the right, they’re pretty damn sexy! In a gory, blood-drenched kinda way, of course...
The really badasss storyboard for Yannick Dahan’s upcoming zombie film The Horde showed up on the film’s MySpace page recently and if it’s any indication of the scale the film will be at, this sucker’s going to be pretty amazing.
Earlier today the folks over at Filmsactu got their hands on some preliminary product
We need more zombies! Not the low budget kind, but those of the French persuasion!
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.
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!