Nightwatch | Nattevagten

OVERVIEW | CAST & CREW 1994 | 107 minutes | Horror | Thriller Director: Ole Bornedal Written by: Ole Bornedal Stars: Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Sofie Gråbøl, Kim Bodnia Law student Martin takes a job as night watchman in a mortuary to finance his studies. But when the victims of a serial killer of prostitutes are taken there, disturbing things start to happen. However, as disturbing things begin to happen, and by a cruel twist of fate resulting from a bet, Martin finds himself as prime suspect

Epidemic

OVERVIEW | CAST & CREW 1987 | 106 minutes | Drama, Horror Director: Lars von Trier Written by: Lars von Trier (screenplay), Niels Vørsel (screenplay) Stars: Allan De Waal, Ole Ernst, Michael Gelting, Colin Gilder Vørsel and von Trier play themselves, coming up with a last-minute script for a producer. The story is intercut with scenes from the film that they write, in which von Trier plays a renegade doctor trying to cure a modern-day epidemic. This is the second in the director’s Europa trilogy. The

Bornedal Confirms Plans For Sequel To Nightwatch

Ole Bornedal has revealed that he is working on a sequel to the 1994 horror sensation Nightwatch (Nattevagten), and is hopeful that the original cast will join him. In Nightwatch, law student Martin takes a job as night watchman in a mortuary. However, as disturbing things begin to happen, and by a cruel twist of fate resulting from a bet, Martin finds himself as prime suspect in a serial killer case. Ole Bornedal told BT that he began to wonder what would

Refn Raises Eyebrows With Criticism Of Von Trier

On Thursday evening, Nicolas Winding Refn showed The Neon Demon, his submission for the Palme d'Or at Cannes, and on Friday morning he sat alongside actress Elle Fanning at a press conference to talk about the film, including the controversial sex scenes in the morgue: "I wanted to do it in a real morgue in Los Angeles... It was so we could get the genuine atmosphere we needed. Those in charge asked us to sign papers to say that we would

Bodom Selected For Frontières Goes to Cannes

Taneli Mustonen's horror film Bodom has been selected by Le Marché du Film as one of four genre films for Frontières Goes to Cannes on Sunday 15th May, which links the Cannes Film Festival to Montreal’s Fantasia Festival and its Frontières International Co-Production Market. Lindsay Peters, Director of Frontières, said: "With genre cinema only continuing to grow in terms of technological innovation, insightful marketing strategies, and international box office appeal, there has never been a better moment to expand the global