The City of love distorts into the city of fear as the film industry's top genre directors bring an anthology of terror and suspense in a way never before imagined to the screen. From its trendy fashion runways to its stinking sewers the city is rife with vermin and decay.
- Filming for the remaining segments are aimed to begin sometime in the Summer or Fall of 2014.
- Most of the promotional material (posters, teaser, pics) for the film feature mimes from a segment called Dawn of the Mimes by Moritz Mohr. Apparently that's the only completed entry in the movie thus far. (2/4/14)
- The project has also tapped Pixomondo and Prime Focus as VFX partners with production designer Tony Noble (Moon), special effects makeup/prosthetics designer Kristyan Mallet (Pirates of the Caribbean, Harry Potter), and concept designer Richard Raaphorst (Frankenstein’s Army) aboard.
- Originally titled Paris, I'll Kill You, which was a spoof of the romance anthology Paris, I Love You, which featured the directorial talents of Gus van Sant, Alexander Payne, Tom Tykwer, Walter Salles and the Coen brothers, among others.
- Described as a look at the seedy underbelly of the city of love.
- For those that may need reminders: Joe Dante (Gremlins), Xavier Gens (Frontier(s)), Timo Vuorensola (Iron Sky), Ryuhei Kitamura (Versus, Midnight Meat Train) and William Brent Bell (The Devil Inside, Wer).
- Other directors that was supposedly attached to the project at one point are: Paco Plaza ([Rec]), Christopher Smith (Creep, Severance), Joern Heitmann, David R. Ellis (Final Destination 2, Snakes on a Plane), Christian Alvart (Pandorum), Eron Sheean (Errors of the Human Body) and duo Bjorn Stein and Mans Marlind (Underworld: Awakening).
- When the project was announced Vincenzo Natali (Cube, Splice) and Julien Maury, Alexandre Bustillo (duo behind Inside) were said to be involved.
- The producers are hoping that this will be the start of a potential "horror city franchise".
- A horror anthology, which was originally said to feature 10 segments that's set in and around Paris, France.
A UHM staff member has not reviewed this film.