Horde (Region 1 DVD)

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Fans of 28 Days Later and Dawn of the Dead Haven't Seen It All in Zombie Cinema Until They've Seen the Horde. Paris Is Burning, Chaos Reigns, and the Undead Are Everywhere. But the Usual Bad Human Behavior Continues. After a Policeman Is Brutally Murdered By a Criminal Gang, Four of His Colleagues, Including the Dead Mans Former Girlfriend, Plot Revenge. They Ambush the Gangs Run-Down High-Rise Base, But Their Attack Goes Wrong and They End Up the Captives of the Sadistic Creeps. Yet Just As the Unlucky Four About to Be Executed, a Horde of Cannibalistic Creatures Breaks Into the Building. The Criminals and the Cops Quickly Realize They Must Stand Together Against the Flesh-Eating Monsters If Any Humans Are to Survive.

Product Details

Barcode
030306932095
Department
Movies & TV
Released
21 Dec 2010
Type
Movies
Format
DVD
Genre
Foreign Language
Sub-genre
Horror
Region
Region 1
Studio
Ifc Independent Film
Runtime
90 min
Age Restriction
NR
Supply Source
USA

Movie

Title
Horde
Release Year
2009
Running Time
90 min
Alternate Title
Horde
Categories
Horror/Suspense / Action / Gangsters / Monsters / Revenge / Vengeance / Zombies / Thriller
Language
French
Country
France
Official Website
http://www.lahorde-lefilm.com/
Ratings
IMDb
5.9
Rotten Tomatoes®
45% 42%
The Movie DB
59%
Overview
A bunch of crooked cops raid a ruined building located in an impoverished suburb of Paris, determined to furiously avenge the death of one of them, murdered by the ruthless criminal gang hidden on top of the dark labyrinth that will become a deathly trap when the living, unexpectedly turned into the undead by a mysterious plague, begin to devour the world.
Synopsis
Police searching for some bloodthirsty criminals instead find themselves battling the walking dead in this action-packed horror vehicle from France. Franck Jimenez (Aurelien Recoing) is a Parisian police officer dealing with the death of his partner, Mathias Rivoallan. Jimenez suspects that Rivoallan was murdered by a band of ruthless gangsters led by the Markudis Brothers, Adewale (Eriq Ebouaney) and Bola (Doudou Masta), who operate out of a decaying housing project on the outskirts of town. Rivoallan's wife is also convinced the Murkudis pulled the trigger, and so Jimenez brings together a handful of fellow cops to enact their own personal justice against the mobsters. Jimenez plans a raid on the Markudis' headquarters with the help of Aurore (Claude Perron), a female officer who'd had an affair with Rivoallan, and two other cops, Ouessem (Jean-Pierre Martins) and Tony (Antoine Oppenheim). However, when the cops launch their vigilante raid, they met with a response they never anticipated -- a pack of ravenous zombies has laid claim to the apartment block, and avenging their fallen partner takes a backseat to saving their own lives. LA HORDE (aka THE HORDE) was the first feature film from directors Yannick Dahan and Benjamin Rocher; European cult horror auteur Xavier Gens was one of the producers.
Release Notes
DVD Features:
  • Region 1
  • Note: Alternate Opening
  • Making Of
  • Short Film "Rivollan"
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Drawing Studies for the Zombies and Sets
  • Poster Projects
  • Storyboard Extracts
  • French Teaser
  • US Trailer
  • Widescreen - 2.35
Audio:
  • Dolby Digital 5.1 - English, French
  • Subtitles - English, Spanish
Poster
Poster for Horde
Videos
Trailer
Trailer
Cast & Crew
Director
Yannick Dahan / Benjamin Rocher
Star
Eriq Ebouaney / Jean-Pierre Martins / Doudou Masta / Antoine Oppenheim / Claude Perron / Aurelien Recoing
Co-Star
Yves Pignot / Jo Prestia / Adam Pengsawang / Sebastien Peres
Screenwriter
Arnaud Bordas / Yannick Dahan / Stephane Moissakis / Benjamin Rocher
Composer
Christopher Lennertz
Producer
Raphaël Rocher
Special Effects
CLSFX Atelier 69
Director of Photography
Julien Meurice
Editor
Dimitri Amar
Assistant Director
Paul-Henri Belin
Sound
Gurwal Coic-Gallas / Francois Loubeyre
Makeup
CLSFX Atelier 69
Production Manager/UPM
Clauss Gigli
Optical/Digital Effects
Olivier Junquet
Movie Critics
Total Film
4 stars out of 5 -- "As these inglorious bastards slash and shoot everything that moves, there's no let up in pace, tension or volume."
Matt Glasby (1 Oct 2010, )
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