GERMAN ANGST is an extreme-horror collaboration between JÖRG BUTTGEREIT (Nekromantik, Der Todesking), ANDREAS MARSCHALL (Tears of Kali, Masks) and MICHAL KOSAKOWSKI (Zero Killed) that leads you into the dark alleyways of contemporary Berlin in stories of love, sex and death.
The first episode, Jörg Buttgereit's FINAL GIRL, tells the story of a young girl who lives alone with her guinea pig in a rundown apartment in Berlin. But is she really alone? In the bedroom lies a man, bound and gagged...
In the episode ALRAUNE by Andreas Marschall, a young man stumbles upon a secret sex club in Berlin's nightlife that promises the ultimate sexual frontier experience by using a drug made from the roots of the legendary Mandragora plant. But the ecstatic experiences have horrific side effects...
MAKE A WISH by Michal Kosakowski is a disturbing fable in which a deaf-mute couple of Polish origin are attacked by a sadistic Neo-Nazi gang. In possession of a powerful amulet, the couple try to turn the tables on their assailants and wreak a terrible revenge, albeit paying a heavy price.
GERMAN ANGST celebrates the return of cult director Jörg Buttgereit after a twenty-year absence from horror filmmaking, while Andreas Marschall continues his exploration of a dark underworld embossed by lust, sex and the psyche and Michal Kosakowski confronts us with violence in all levels of society today, and throws the viewer’s preconceptions back on themselves.
Whether a hardcore horror fan or a newcomer to the genre, film lovers everywhere can look forward to a terrifying visual feast.
Sponsor GERMAN ANGST on Kickstarter starting 10.10.2013 for us to make the film you been waiting for! Giveaways! Limited signed editions and more.
For more info visit:
www.german-angst.com or www.facebook.com/germanangstmovie
TO HELP FUND THE MOVIE:
Jorg Buttgereit appearances and screening of Nekromantik and others:
- October 24th Beyond Festival at the American Cinematheque/Egyptian Theatre, Los Angeles
- October 26th Housecore Horror Film Festival, Austin, Texas