5 items from 2011
*Minor spoilers below.
Director: Yann Gozlan.
Director Yann Gozlan's Captifs aka Caged was released in the United Kingdom April 4th, through Optimum Releasing. The film is situated in the former Yugoslavia and here, three doctors find themselves in a harrowing situation. This is a scenario that involves vivisection and organ harvesting, which is a theme previously covered in films like Turistas, Repo Men and a smaller film from director Baltasar Kormakur's called Inhale. Both Scott Weinberg of Fearnet.com and Carl Doherty of Shelf Abuse call the film plain: "a genre effort that does nothing to stand out from the rental store shelf" (Shelf). However, this film arouses strong feelings of pity for the characters, and overall the film is suspenseful, as the villains' plans are kept in secret.
Carole (Zoe Felix), Mathias (Eric Savin »
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Check out two new teaser trailers for director Yann Gozlan's first feature horror thiller 'Captifs' (aka 'Caged'). The French thriller hit it's home land last October and is still yet to appear overseas. Gozlan is shooting from a script he co-wrote with Guillaume Lemans and it stars Zoe Felix, Eric Savin, and Arie Elmaleh. Check out the new teasers with a look at the full theatrical trailer also below. »
Ok, favorite headline of the day right there! That's right, kids, it's time for three separate looks at the upcoming French flick Caged, or Captifs for you purists out there. Sorry no subtitles, but dude .... caged women!
Dig on the goods from the flick starring Zoe Felix, Eric Savin, and Arie Elmaleh after the plot crunch below.
Carole is a young nurse with a humanitarian aid group that has reached the end of its mission. But just then, the young woman and her two colleagues are kidnapped by strangers for mysterious reasons. Held captive, cared for and kept alive in an oppressive and sinister setting, the three prisoners soon discover with horror what their kidnappers truly have in store for them.
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First on our radar at this past November's Afm was the French thriller Caged (Captifs), which has already been released overseas. Directed by Yann Gozlan, this afternoon we stumbled across two French teasers and the official trailer, unfortunately there were no English-subbed versions. "Somewhere in Eastern Europe. Carole is a young nurse with a humanitarian aid group that has reached the end of its mission. But just then, the young woman and her two colleagues are kidnapped by strangers for mysterious reasons. Held captive, cared for and kept alive in an oppressive and sinister setting, the three prisoners soon discover with horror what their kidnappers truly have in store for them..." »
A serious horror aficionado might not be blamed for expecting nothing but four-star mini-masterpieces from France these days. The last several years have seen a wonderfully dark deluge of ferocious French imports like High Tension, Inside, Martyrs, and Them -- but it's also yielded a few clunkers (like The Horde) and more than a handful of "good, not great" offerings like Mutants, The Ordeal, The Pack, and today's flick: Caged. Also known as Captifs, Caged comes from first-timer Yann Gozlan, and it tells the tale of three medical professionals on their way to an important assignment who take an ill-advised shortcut and get abducted by despicable men with horrific intentions. If anything I just mentioned »
5 items from 2011
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