While you guys wait for Livide to be pulled from distribution hell, Inside directors Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo quietly made their third horror venture, the 80’s inspired Among the Living, which premiered at the SXSW Film Festival this past weekend.
Living turns on three youngsters who skip school, wander around an abandoned amusement park and suddenly see a woman in chains being dragged through a field by a man in a clown’s mask. Worse still, the masked man catches a glimpse of the boys…
Evan Dickson attended the film’s festival premiere and came with some good (not great) news.
Firstly, “Maury and Bustillo’s status as masters of imagery, mood and unrelentingly beautiful carnage remains intact,” he explains in his review, further talking more about just how good the duo are. “Klarence, a villain with a simple yet almost iconic and mesmerizing appearance, begins to hunt down each of the boy’s families looking to eliminate witnesses. And it’s here (along with a brutal opening to the film) that we’re reminded why Bustillo and Maury are masters of both atmosphere and gore.”
You can read the entire review by clicking the above link.
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