Director Fabrice Eboué stars as struggling butcher Vincent.
You might want to put that ham sandwich down for a second while you watch the new trailer for a meaty horror comedy from Brainstorm Media.
Last year, Fantastic Fest hosted the North American premiere of Fabrice Eboué Some like it rareand the Austin-based genre festival are now bringing it back for a selection of special screenings across the United States.
The French film, which stars director Eboué and Marina Foïs, is a tasty mix of black comedy and horror, with the official synopsis as follows:
“The Vincent and Sophie Butchers business is sinking and their relationship is on the rocks. But their lives are forever turned upside down when Vincent accidentally kills a vegan activist who is vandalizing their store. To get rid of the corpse, he cuts the body’s throat and Sophie accidentally sells the meat. Never has their product been so successful with their customers that they might be tempted to kill again…”
Alongside Eboué and Foïs, the film stars Jean-François Cayrey, Lisa Do Couto Texeira, Victor Meutelet, Stéphane Soo Mongo, Virginie Hocq and Christophe Hondelatte.
Cannibalism has been a staple ingredient of French horror for many years, including the 1991 surreal horror comedy Deli, The new film French Extremity by Marina De Van in 2002 In my skin and of course 2016 Rawthe feature debut of Palme d’Or winner Julia Ducournau. Some like it rare seems like a hilarious and horrifying addition to the genre.
Some like it rare will open exclusively at Alamo Drafthouse locations in New York and Los Angeles on October 7before going to the request on October 14. Tickets are on sale now, so don’t miss out and grab yours here.
To whet your appetite, grab a bite of the official trailer here: