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Official Us trailer and release date for The Pack

22 September 2011 11:38 AM, PDT | 24framespersecond.net | See recent 24FramesPerSecond news »

Franck Richard’s French creature feature La Meute aka 'The Pack' is set for a bow Stateside this month, and whilst it’s gone and got a U.S trailer of its very own, that is just about it. Don’t expect to be seeing it theatres anytime soon, as Indomina Releasing are only going down the VOD route for this one. So if you want to give it a watch and if you have the right box of wires you can check it out on demand, on any of the following cable providers, from September 27: Comcast • Time Warner • Cox Communication • Bright House Networks. Synopsis: The Pack follows Charlotte (Emilie Dequenne), a beautiful but rough around the edges kind of girl, who drives a beat-up station wagon in the countryside of northern France. Her journey takes a turn when she picks up a mysterious hitchhiker (Benjamine Biolay), with whom she strikes an unusual bond. »

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Stateside Trailer for The Pack is Mighty Familiar

8 September 2011 5:59 PM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

We in the Us finally have our own official trailer of Franck Richard's The Pack (La Meute), which will be hitting U.S. shores on September 27th. But if you've already seen the UK version, then you've pretty much seen everything this has to offer.

Shock Till You Drop was quick to jump on this one, citing little difference between the Us & UK versions. We've got them both for you below to match 'em up.

The Pack follows Charlotte (Emilie Dequenne), a beautiful but rough around the edges kind of girl, who drives a beat-up station wagon in the countryside of northern France. Her journey takes a turn when she picks up a mysterious hitchhiker (Benjamine Biolay), with whom she strikes an unusual bond. Stopping at a roadside diner, her new companion strangely disappears, and Charlotte finds herself knocked unconscious and held captive. She soon encounters a peculiar and »

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More Images From The Pack Gather Around the Internet

23 August 2011 3:07 PM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Indomina has released some brand new imagery from Franck Richard's The Pack (La Meute), which will be hitting U.S. shores on September 27th, and we've got the goods for you right here!

The film stars Yolande Moreau, Emilie Dequenne, Eric Godon, Philippe Nahon, and Benjamin Biolay. Its synopsis follows:

The Pack follows Charlotte (Emilie Dequenne), a beautiful but rough around the edges kind of girl, who drives a beat-up station wagon in the countryside of northern France. Her journey takes a turn when she picks up a mysterious hitchhiker (Benjamine Biolay), with whom she strikes an unusual bond. Stopping at a roadside diner, her new companion strangely disappears, and Charlotte finds herself knocked unconscious and held captive. She soon encounters a peculiar and disturbed woman (Yolande Moreau) and discovers that her blood is being used to feed a “pack” of flesh-eating ghouls.

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Quarantine 2: Terminal and The Pack Get Home Video Release Dates

22 June 2011 12:33 AM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Mark your calendars, kids. Two flicks you've been waiting to get your hands on are finally on their way home, and we've got the scoop on when you'll be able to sink your claws into these digital goodies.

First up, Quarantine 2: Terminal (review here) has been granted a home video release date of August 2nd, 2011 via Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.

Synopsis

Quarantine 2: Terminal starts right after the events of the previous film at Lax, as passengers board a flight to Nashville. When a passenger becomes violently ill with a mysterious rabies-like virus, the plane makes an emergency landing at a large metropolitan airport. Jenny (Mercedes Masohn), a heroic yet inexperienced flight attendant, takes charge of the safety of her passengers.

Relieved when a swarm of heavily equipped emergency vehicles, police units and the Cdc arrive, Jenny and the passengers soon discover that they have been quarantined and are now trapped. »

- Uncle Creepy

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French horror The Pack: R2 DVD Review

20 June 2011 11:11 AM, PDT | 24framespersecond.net | See recent 24FramesPerSecond news »

Director: Franck Richard. Review: Adam Wing. Billed as a French horror comedy, Franck Richard’s The Pack (La Meute) rips flesh from several breeds of horror and throws them in a blender. After being hassled by a motorbike gang in the middle of nowhere, loner Charlotte Massot (Emilie Dequenne) picks up hitchhiker Max (Benjamin Biolay) for added security. When Max goes missing at the La Spack truck-stop café and she investigates his disappearance, Charlotte discovers that she’s being set up to take part in an unholy ritual. Philippe Nahon and Yolande Moreau join Dequenne and Biolay in this peculiar take on the zombie sub-genre. Three horror movies for the price of one, that’s what you get when you spend the night with The Pack. Coming on like The Ordeal, Franck Richard’s debut introduces a familiar collection of oddball characters and quirky situations. The fledgling director laces the »

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French horror The Pack: R2 DVD Review

20 June 2011 10:23 AM, PDT | 24framespersecond.net | See recent 24FramesPerSecond news »

Director: Franck Richard. Review: Adam Wing. Billed as a French horror comedy, Franck Richard’s The Pack (La Meute) rips flesh from several breeds of horror and throws them in a blender. After being hassled by a motorbike gang in the middle of nowhere, loner Charlotte Massot (Emilie Dequenne) picks up hitchhiker Max (Benjamin Biolay) for added security. When Max goes missing at the La Spack truck-stop café and she investigates his disappearance, Charlotte discovers that she’s being set up to take part in an unholy ritual. Philippe Nahon and Yolande Moreau join Dequenne and Biolay in this peculiar take on the zombie sub-genre. Three horror movies for the price of one, that’s what you get when you spend the night with The Pack. Coming on like The Ordeal, Franck Richard’s debut introduces a familiar collection of oddball characters and quirky situations. The fledgling director laces the »

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La Meute/The Pack and Rising from the Abyss: A Movie Review

2 June 2011 8:00 AM, PDT | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

*here be some spoilers.

Director/writer: Franck Richard.

La Meute or The Pack attended Cannes 2010 and the film has also been to the Fantasia Film Festival, as well. This is director Franck Richard's first feature film and there are many of the film elements here that make French horror so unique. There are buckets of blood and gore, desolate farmlands and one young woman trying to escape a living nightmare. This is a pretty straight forward horror thriller, with one or two clever moments added in, from a clever cop, which creates much of the interesting conflict.

Charlotte (Emilie Dequenne) sets off on a driving adventure. Along the way she meets a group of bi-sexual bikers and a quiet hitchhiker. Remember horror fans, never pick up hitchhikers! This mysterious traveller disappears in to the washroom of La Spack's (Yolande Moreau) rundown diner. Then, Charlotte looks for her new friend, »

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The Pack / La Meute (2010) Movie Trailer: Franck Richard

26 May 2011 12:26 AM, PDT | Film-Book | See recent Film-Book news »

The Pack Trailer has premiered. Franck Richard‘s The Pack / La Meute (2010) Movie stars Yolande Moreau, Émilie Dequenne, Benjamin Biolay, Philippe Nahon, and Brice Fournier. The Pack‘s plot synopsis: “In the middle of a snowy no man’s land, Charlotte picks up Max, a hitchhiker; they stop in a truck-stop restaurant, and when Max doesn’t come back from the bathroom, Charlotte starts looking for him in vain. She decides to return during the night but gets kidnapped by the bartender, La Spack, who turns out to be Max’s mother and needs to feed her kids, ‘The pack’, a bunch of blood lusting ghouls. Charlotte now faces a terrifying reality: these ghouls are already dead… and hungry. Alone and in the middle of nowhere, she quickly realizes… she’s next on the menu!”

This horror movie looks gloriously nuts. One question: What’s in that tube going into Charlotte (Émilie Dequenne)’s mouth? »

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Trailer for French horror movie The Pack has bite

25 May 2011 10:21 AM, PDT | QuietEarth.us | See recent QuietEarth news »

We've covered The Pack (La Meute) extensively on the site over the past year and have reviewed the film here and here, but we've never featured the film's trailer until now.

Synopsis:

In the middle of a snowy no man's land, Charlotte picks up Max, a hitchhiker; they stop in a truck-stop restaurant, and when Max doesn't come back from the bathroom, Charlotte starts looking for him in vain. She decides to return during the night but gets kidnapped by the bartender, La Spack, who turns out to be Max's mother and needs to feed her kids, 'The pack', a bunch of blood lusting ghouls. Charlotte now faces a terrifying reality: these ghouls are already dead... and hungry. Alone and in the middle of nowhere, she quickly realizes... she's next on the menu!

Check out the trailer for Franck Richard's overdue horror movie, The Pack, after the break.

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Take a Bite Out of this United Kingdom Trailer for Franck Richard's The Pack

24 May 2011 4:09 PM, PDT | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

Indomina Releasing will be distributing Franck Richard's French language horror film The Pack theatrically in North America, but no specific date has been set. To help whet your appetites, a new United Kingdom trailer has become available for this demonic creature feature, which shows many of the sightless and sighted villains.

And this is not one family that you want to dine with, as seen by the clip. Because those invited to La Spack's abode will soon be the main meaty course. Have a look at the gory clip below, with Icon to release this title on DVD and Blu-Ray July 4th - exclusively in the United Kingdom. Hell awaits below.

The synopsis for The Pack aka La Meute:

"Alone on a road trip, Charlotte (Émilie Dequenne) stops at the side of an isolated side to pick up a hitchhiker, Max (Benjamin Biolay). But when the pair pulls »

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The Pack (La Meute)'s UK DVD Trailer, Sleeve Art, and a Clip

24 May 2011 1:15 PM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Here in the Us we're still waiting for word from Indomina Releasing as to when they'll be putting out Franck Richard's The Pack (La Meute), but our friends across the pond in the UK will be able to see the flick this July 4th courtesy of Icon Home Entertainment, who has provided a new trailer, clip, and some totally badass artwork.

The film stars Yolande Moreau, Emilie Dequenne, Eric Godon, Philippe Nahon, and Benjamin Biolay. Its synopsis follows:

The Pack follows Charlotte (Emilie Dequenne), a beautiful but rough around the edges kind of girl, who drives a beat-up station wagon in the countryside of northern France. Her journey takes a turn when she picks up a mysterious hitchhiker (Benjamine Biolay), with whom she strikes an unusual bond. Stopping at a roadside diner, her new companion strangely disappears, and Charlotte finds herself knocked unconscious and held captive. She soon encounters »

- Uncle Creepy

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UK trailer and release date for Franck Richard’s The Pack

24 May 2011 10:37 AM, PDT | 24framespersecond.net | See recent 24FramesPerSecond news »

We’ve been waiting for what seems like an age for some bright spark to drop Franck Richard’s French creature feature La Meute (aka The Pack) onto an English subbed release, and UK picture house Icon have very sensibly stepped up to the plate and are set to release the flick on DVD and Blu-ray. Not only that, it comes with the added bonus of sleeve art by British horror illustrator extraordinaire, Graham Humphreys. Known for his work on classic horror posters including; ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’ and ‘Evil Dead.’ The newly released UK trailer is below, but be warned its chock full of spoilers, and shows off far too much of the creatures to our mind. The Pack goes on sale 4th July 2011. Synopsis: In the middle of a snowy no man's land, Charlotte picks up Max, a hitchhiker; they stop in a truck-stop restaurant, and when »

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Key Players in the 2011 Cannes Market: Film Distribution

13 May 2011 5:00 AM, PDT | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

With a half dozen titles in the sidebars, the Parisian Sales Agent Film Distribution folks are certainly going to be hosting several parties. At the top of the list they've got Bertrand Bonello's House of Tolerance. In the waiting, we find the co. pushing Brillante Mendoza's latest entitled Captured - a film that features a Croisette fixture in the popular Isabelle Huppert (see pic above). Here's a ton of stuff in Film Distribution's pipeline: House Of Tolerance (L'apollonide) by Bertrand Bonello - Completed The Slut by Hagar Ben Asher - Completed The Snows Of Kilimanjaro (Les Neiges Du Kilimanjaro) by Robert GUÉDIGUIAN - Completed 17 Girls (17 Filles) by Delphine Coulin - Completed A Burning Desire by Bernard Jeanjean - Completed A Cat In Paris (English Version) (Une Vie De Chat) by Alain Gagnol - Completed Breathing (Atmen) by Karl Markovics - Completed Duch, Master Of The Forges Of Hell »

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A Strange Image Has Surfaced from The French Horror film The Pack

9 February 2011 12:54 PM, PST | GeekTyrant | See recent GeekTyrant news »

                                                                      Check out the strange image from Franck Richard's french horror film The Pack (La Meute). It looks like a feeding tube of some kind but is creepy as hell at thesame time. Philippe Nahon and Yolande Moreau stars in the film that centers upon what happens "in the middle of a snowy no man's land when Charlotte picks up Max, a hitchhiker; they stop in a truck-stop restaurant, and when Max doesn’t come back from the bathroom, Charlotte starts looking for him in vain. She decides to return during the night but gets kidnapped by the bartender, La Spack, who turns out to be Max’s mother and needs to feed her kids, the pack, a bunch of blood-lusting ghouls. Charlotte now faces a terrifying reality: These ghouls are already dead ... and hungry. Alone and in the middle of nowhere, she quickly realizes she's next on the menu. »

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Get Force Fed a New Image From The Pack

9 February 2011 11:08 AM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Here's a strange new image from Franck Richard's French creature feature The Pack (La Meute) for you to dig upon while we wait for Indomina Releasing to release this puppy here in the States.

The film starring Philippe Nahon (High Tension) and Yolande Moreau (Amelie) centers upon what happens "in the middle of a snowy no man's land when Charlotte picks up Max, a hitchhiker; they stop in a truck-stop restaurant, and when Max doesn’t come back from the bathroom, Charlotte starts looking for him in vain. She decides to return during the night but gets kidnapped by the bartender, La Spack, who turns out to be Max’s mother and needs to feed her kids, the pack, a bunch of blood-lusting ghouls. Charlotte now faces a terrifying reality: These ghouls are already dead ... and hungry. Alone and in the middle of nowhere, she quickly realizes she's next on the menu. »

- Uncle Creepy

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Bizarre New Look at French Creature Feature 'The Pack'

9 February 2011 10:55 AM, PST | bloody-disgusting.com | See recent Bloody-Disgusting.com news »

While I wasn't a huge fan, BC quite enjoyed Franck Richard's French creature feature The Pack (La Meute). Acquired by Indomina Releasing for release later this year, inside we got our hands on a bizarre new image, along with the international poster. "Charlotte is alone on a road trip. On an isolated side road, she picks up Max, a hitchhiker, who disappears in the bathroom of a truck-stop restaurant a few miles later. Puzzled, Charlotte comes back at night to look for him but gets caught by La Spack, a singular woman in charge of an odd pack. Charlotte quickly realizes....she's next on the menu." »

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