Calvaire (2004) Trailer

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Calvaire 2004  Trailer
Year: 2004
Genres: Horror
Type: Trailers
Duration: 2M20S
Cast: Philippe Nahon, Nedzad Kurtagic, Brigitte Lahaie, Yves Vaucher, Jo Prestia, Borhan Du Welz, Laurent Lucas, Maxime Dewitte, Gigi Coursigny, Alexis Dewitte, Jean-Luc Couchard, Liam Gilson, Jackie Berroyer, Raphaël Schmidt, Philippe Grand'Henry, Eliot Cahay, Marc Lefebvre, Farkhad Alekperov, Alfred David, Raphaël Schmidt, Alain Delaunois, Vincent Cahay, Johan Meys, Romain Protat, Damien Waselle, Viktor Mikol
Director(s): Fabrice Du Welz

Trailer: Calvaire (2004)

A singer"s car breaks down deep in the woods.

In the tradition of TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE, PSYCHO and DELIVERANCE comes this chilling Belgian horror that pushes the limits of shock filmmaking. When Marc Steven's car breaks down in the middle of Nowhere, Belgium, he's forced to seek refuge in a rural inn. Marc is taken in by Bartel, a lonely and psychologically fragile innkeeper who promises to help. But when Marc catches him dismantling his car, he realizes that the innkeeper has other plans for him -- sad**tic plans that will push him to the bounds of human pain and suffering.

"...more disturbing & transgressive than anything you'll see in any other recent horror." -- Horrorview.com

"An unsettling showcase for some truly disturbed behavior." - FANGORIA via erikmartin

Synopsis:

A few days before Christmas, traveling entertainer Marc Stevens is stuck at nightfall in a remote wood in the swampy Hautes Fagnes region of Liège, his van conked out. An odd chap who's looking for a lost dog leads Marc to a shuttered inn; the owner gives Marc a room for the night. Next day, the innkeeper, Mr. Bartel, promises to fix the van, demands that Marc not visit the nearby village, and goes through Marc's things while the entertainer takes a walk. At dinner that night, Bartel laments his wife's having left him, and by next day, Marc is in a nightmare that may not end.