Exclusive Scene: Trippy Horror “HORSEHEAD” Defines, then Redefines, Dream Logic


For fans of transgressive and trippy psychological horror, there’s few films anticipated as well as HORSEHEAD, Romain Basset’s nightmare into the unknown and the demonic. With the film’s upcoming May 5th release in Canada via horror-friendly Black Fawn Distribution on the horizon, FANGORIA has an exclusive scene from the film to share with our extraordinary fright fans, showcasing a descent into the dark side of lucid dreaming, as well as the brand new poster for the film…

For those unfamiliar, here’s the official synopsis for Romain Basset’s HORSEHEAD:

Plagued by recurring nightmares, Jessica has begun studying the psycho-physiology of dreams in an attempt to understand them. When her Grandmother dies, Jessica returns to her family home in the French countryside, where she receives a muted reception from her icy Mother. After a difficult first night, Jessica becomes feverish and uses her bedridden state to practice the art of lucid dreaming. As Jessica’s skills as a lucid dreamer improve, she soon discovers that dark secrets run deep in her bloodline and that they all lead to the monstrous Horsehead.

Horsehead - Poster (Alternate)


Once again, HORSEHEAD hits DVD, Digital HD and limited edition Blu-ray in Canada from Black Fawn Distribution on May 5th, 2015, with a TBA U.S. and German release via Artsploitation and Donau Films to follow. You can pre-order the film from Black Fawn here, and you can check out FANGORIA’s exclusive HORSEHEAD clip below.


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Ken W. Hanley is the Managing Web Editor for FANGORIA and STARLOG, as well as the former Web Editor for Diabolique Magazine and a contributing writer to YouWonCannes.com. He’s a graduate from Montclair State University, where he received an award for Excellence in Screenwriting. He’s currently working on screenplays, his debut novel "THE I IN EVIL", and various other projects, and can be followed on Twitter: @movieguyiguess.
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