Bloody Promo Poster for the Horror Anthology 'Paris I'll Kill You'

November 4, 2010
Source: Twitch

Paris, I'll Kill You

While there's a lot of low quality, and hastily put together promotional posters coming out of the American Film Market happening right now, there are always a couple decent works that make their way online. Our friends at Twitch got ahold of one that I just couldn't pass up. Just last week we found out a brand new anthology horror project Paris, I'll Kill You. In the same vein as the romance anthology Paris, I Love You, the film will feature shorts from ten different horror directors including Joe Dante (Germlins), Paco Plaza ([REC]) Vincenzo Natali (Splice) and more. This firstĀ  promo image will really bring a special feeling to your heart.

Compare the poster below with the style of the teaser poster for Paris, I Love You:

The Green Hornet Poster

Horror masters Joe Dante (Germlins), Paco Plaza ([REC]) Vincenzo Natali (Splice), Xavier Gens (Hitman) & Ryuhei Kitamura (Midnight Meat Train). Additionally, Christopher Smith (Creep), French duo Julien Maury & Alexandre Bustillo (Inside), German music video director Joern Heitmann will direct segments with a twisted look at the City of Love. Through its diverse stories, woven together by one connecting story, it will take its audience deep into the seedy underbelly of a Paris a long, long way from the pretty honeymoon cliche. Production is slated to begin in the spring of 2011, but no release date has yet been set. Thoughts?

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Lol. Cool, but a bit much, don't you think?

Cracky on Nov 4, 2010


Am I the only one who is strongly reminded of Moulin Rouge?

SuicidalOptimist on Nov 4, 2010


could be better

sna on Nov 4, 2010


I love it!!Has a 70's feel to it! I love the collection of directors for this Horror Anthology, it should go down as being on the best ever made! Can anyone remember the name of that animated french horror anthology that came out a couple years ago?It was good and very well made with the different styles of animation that was on display.

jah p on Nov 4, 2010


#2, Good call.

Cracky on Nov 4, 2010


I quite like it, I like the Eiffel tower sunburst, that's a nice touch.

Crapola on Nov 4, 2010

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