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The Horde (La Horde)
2009NR96 minutesWhen four corrupt policemen invade a gangster's hideout near Paris to avenge the death of their colleague, they quickly find themselves outmanned, outgunned and trapped. That is, until a legion of vicious zombies swarms through the building. Now, the cops, the crooks and the undead are swept up in a bloody three-way rampage. Yannick Dahan and Benjamin Rocher direct this gore-filled French thriller that stars Jo Prestia and Eriq Ebouaney.
  • Cast:
  • Claude Perron, Jean-Pierre Martins, Alain Figlarz, Aurélien Recoing, Eriq Ebouaney, Jo Prestia
  • Director:
  • Yannick Dahan, Benjamin Rocher
  • Genres:
  • Foreign, Foreign Horror, Zombies, French Language, France, Foreign Regions, Foreign Languages
  • Language:
  • French
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    CastAurélien Recoing, Jo Prestia, Eriq Ebouaney, Alain Figlarz, Jean-Pierre Martins, Claude Perron
    Genre:  Horror
    Release Date:  2009
    MPAA Rating:  Unrated
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    review by . December 28, 2010
    posted in Movie Hype
    Bullets and Blades Against a Zombie Horde in This French Horror-Thriller!
    For the past 5-8 years, French filmmakers have been kicking Hollywood’s butt when it comes to horror films. Films such as “Martyrs”, “Inside” and “High Tension” have portrayed the darkness of human nature to a level that pushes the envelope; this have always surprised me when my friends would appear shocked that I own such films in my collection. I guess they see horror as mere entertainment and I smile whenever they don’t get to laugh and instead …
    review by . August 17, 2012
    posted in Movie Hype
    **1/2 out of ****    If you like your zombies served fast and your action served with a side-dish of brutality; then the French zombie-action film "The Horde" is likely to be your wet dream. Probably not one of your fondest, but a fond one nevertheless. I admire it for just going fucking berserk for long periods of time and thoroughly entertaining my thirst for blood, guts, and the undead while leaving all deep characterization and narrative credibility at the door. As a film …
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