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German director Jörg Buttgereit has been away from the filmmaking limelight for two decades but the director of Nekromantik (worth noting that Cult Epics is releasing a special edition package of the movie on DVD and Blu-ray in May of 2014) is returning to making movies in a big way.

Buttgereit has teamed up with Andreas Marschall, an artist turned director who happens to be responsible for the artwork of Nekromantik and has himself released a number of horror movies, and director Michal Kosakowski (Zero Killed) to produce a German horror anthology film titled German Angst and considering that these guys are best known for making extreme horror movies, I expect that this is going to be as hardcore as they come.


Buttgereit's chapter is titled "Final Girl" and centers on a young woman living alone in a rundown Berlin apartment, Marschall's "Alraune" features a sex club which uses a drug with horrific side effects while Kosakowski's "Make a Wish" is about a deaf-mute couple who is attached by a sadistic gang.

The trio are raising funds to complete the project and their Kickstarter campaign has a wealth of details on the project including more in depth descriptions of the shorts, screen shots, artwork and an assortment of perks ranging from a simple thank you to original Marschall artwork.

Extreme horror has never been a favourite subgenre of mine but I really like what I see in this teaser trailer and I expect to be completely shocked and horrified by German Angst. I would expect nothing less from these guys.




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