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Slash cow: Horror genre a monster

21 May 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

CANNES -- Like a B-movie monster that just won't die, the horror genre is more visible than ever at the Festival de Cannes and its parallel market, where insiders say there are more scare pictures being shopped than there have been for years. Two films that loosely fit into the horror genre are screening in various selections -- Re-Cycle, from Oxide and Danny Pang in Un Certain Regard, and Bong Joon-Ho's The Host in Directors' Fortnight. Word is that Cannes selectors were keen to include Alexandre Aja's remake of The Hills Have Eyes too but shied off because the film already had been released in too many territories. A walk about the market reveals literally dozens of films being sold or looking for investors. Some of the names sound like a punch line from a sick joke, but such films as Living Hell, The Quick and the Undead, The Demon Child and even The Night of the Living Dorks and Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead are part of the fast-growing and often highly profitable sector. »

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Horror genre is monster again at Cannes

20 May 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

CANNES -- Like a B-movie monster that just won't die, the horror genre is more visible than ever at the Festival de Cannes and its parallel market, where insiders say there are more scare pictures being shopped than there have been for years. Two films that loosely fit into the horror genre are screening in the various selections -- Re-Cycle, from Oxide and Danny Pang in Un Certain Regard, and Bong Joon-Ho's The Host in Directors' Fortnight. And word is that Cannes selectors were keen to include Alexandre Aja's remake of The Hills Have Eyes too but shied off because already had been released in too many territories. A walk about the market reveals literally dozens of films being sold or looking for investors. Some of the names sound like a punch line from a sick joke, but such films as Living Hell, The Quick and the Undead, The Demon Child and even The Night of the Living Dorks and Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead are part of the fast-growing and often highly profitable sector. »

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Horror genre is monster again at Cannes

20 May 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

CANNES -- Like a B-movie monster that just won't die, the horror genre is more visible than ever at the Festival de Cannes and its parallel market, where insiders say there are more scare pictures being shopped than there have been for years. Two films that loosely fit into the horror genre are screening in the various selections -- Re-Cycle, from Oxide and Danny Pang in Un Certain Regard, and Bong Joon-Ho's The Host in Directors' Fortnight. And word is that Cannes selectors were keen to include Alexandre Aja's remake of The Hills Have Eyes too but shied off because already had been released in too many territories. A walk about the market reveals literally dozens of films being sold or looking for investors. Some of the names sound like a punch line from a sick joke, but such films as Living Hell, The Quick and the Undead, The Demon Child and even The Night of the Living Dorks and Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead are part of the fast-growing and often highly profitable sector. »

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'Re-Cycle,' 'Ways' on Tartan slate

11 May 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

LONDON -- U.K. indie distributor Tartan Films said Thursday it has snapped up U.K. and Ireland rights to a pair of titles set to unspool during this year's Festival de Cannes. Tartan secured the rights to Re-Cycle, the latest film from Thai horror specialists the Pang brothers (The Eye), and Australian writer-director Sarah Watt's directorial debut Look Both Ways. Tartan Films struck a deal with Universe Films Distribution for Re-Cycle, written and directed by Oxide and Danny Pang after Tartan Films owner Hamish McAlpine pre-bought the film at script stage. The movie is the closing night film for Director's Fortnight. It details the story of a female novelist who finds herself plunged into a hellish world of discarded ideas. »

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