Modern life meets ancient evil in the internationally acclaimed horror film Left Bank, which lures viewers into a strange and unsettling world. IFC Films released Left Bank today on DVD, and to celebrate the release, FilmFetish is giving away three copies of Left Bank to readers.
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In order to be entered into the random drawing for your free copy of Left Bank, you must also:
- Reply to this post, and name the horror film you’re most looking forward to for the remainder of 2009.
I’ll be running this contest through Halloween Day, October 31, 2009.
More about Left Bank
Marie (Eline Kuppens) is a 22-year-old world-class runner who is training for a major European race. But when exhaustion and a weakened immune system lead to a grotesque knee infection, she’s forced to drop out of the competition. Meanwhile, the introverted athlete has begun seeing handsome archer, Bobby (Matthias Schoenaerts), the head of an archery society that dates back to the middle ages.
After she impulsively moves into his apartment in the Left Bank area of Antwerp, Belgium, she soon discovers that not only are Bobby’s neighbors utterly weird, there’s something strange and dark going on in the basement. And, as Marie’s and Bobby’s sexual passion becomes extreme, Marie’s body undergoes bizarre changes and she discovers that a previous young female tenant disappeared mysteriously in Left Bank, a film that was hailed “as important as Let the Right One In” by Cinebeats .
Director: Pieter Van Hees
Writer: Christophe Dirickx, Dimitri Karakatsanis
Cast: Eline Kuppens , Matthias Schoenaerts, Sien Eggers, Marilou Mermans, Frank Vercruyssen, Robbie Cleiren, Ruth Becquart
Original Release Year: 2008 (Belgium)
DVD Release Date: October 13, 2009