From freaky contemporary gems to the boundary pushing essentials of the New French Extremity, test your limits with horror highlights from France.
A man and a woman, transformed into ravenous sexual cannibals. An American newlywed in Paris searches for the cure, and peace, in Claire Denis' art-horror masterpiece.
A remote island is inhabited by young boys who are subjected to strange medical treatments.
When Eva receives a strange advent calendar as a gift, it's going to be a very deadly Christmas.
The Chevalier de Fronsac and his friend Mani are sent to the Gevaudan province to investigate the killings by a mysterious beast.
In a rural French town, twenty-something Teddy is scratched by an unknown beast and slowly undergoes frightening changes.
Gloria convinces 12-year-old Paul, who is infatuated with her, to help her escape from a private psychiatric hospital.
Three childhood friends invoke the spirit of Kandisha, a vengeful creature from a Moroccan legend. The game turns into a nightmare when their loved ones tragically disappear. The young girls will then do all they can to try to counter this evil creature.
Echoing the shifting romantic structure of 'La Ronde' by Max Ophüls, Gonzalez weaves a new and modern tale of queer romanticism.
Kalthoum and her girlfriends sip cocktails, look for sex on the internet, impatiently want love and, imagine their revenge on strangers.
When a teen tells her friends a family secret, it pushes one of them to commit the irreparable.
French bad guy favorite Vincent Cassel stars as a sick Satanic shepherd.
A group of evil strangers stalk a couple in this French horror film par excellance.
Paris, 1979. Someone is brutally murdering the cast of gay porn in this stylish new vision of queer horror.
A young woman takes vengeance on the three married men who left her for dead in the boldest, bloodiest film of the year.
Two young police officers follow the found footage trail of a tourist family and their brutal destination.