Oooh who's the High Tension chick?
I loved Ils (Them) so much. Thought it was really creepy. Haute Tension was pretty cool too. Haven't seen the others.
Great collection. "Frontiers" was one of the best movies I saw all year.- Unk L
Hey Stacie! Have you ever seen Calvaire?! So weird. So mean-spirited. So bizarrely homo(erotic?). So French. So much like a hundred other movies but still different. ...and then there's that fucking dance!!I think you'd like it!-Ben
Stacie you seen MARTYRS yet, we screened it at Mayhem - it's, WRONG!
Need to see Martyrs still. Thanks for reminding me!
Favorite's on top.
Seeing as there's quite the residue of French fare - poster-wise, I figured I'd recommend one more. If you haven't (which you may have all ready) seen The Evil Inside - or Baby Blood - you may enjoy it. It's got that lovely French double threat of blood and sensuality.
Hell yeah, bring on the Gallic Grue! You even found a couple of Haute Tension and Frontiere(s) posters I'd never seen before. Can't wait to see Martyrs (I do love a good cinematic pummeling) and Vinyan, which is from Fabrice Du Welz, who did the superbly-creepy/previously-mentioned Calavaire. Have you seen Sheitan yet? I kinda loved it.
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Throwing in my two cents to add I loved Them and Inside. I own Haute Tension, but have yet to sit down and watch it. My Netflix queue is chockful of (hopefully) good stuff. Question: Is Switchblade Romance an alternate title for Haute Tension?
SikeChick: Yes, it is.I have yet to see Inside cause it's not out in Denmark yet, But maybe I'll consider ordering that region 2 version with the swedish subtitles.and Stacy, Your blog is full with goodies, Thanks.Ulrich
I wake up to my High Tension poster every morning, and every morning it makes me happy.Admittedly, I like the poster more than the movie itself, but don't let that worry you--the movie's still great. I just have an (unhealthy?) affection for girls with power tools.
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