The Director Of NEKROMANTIK Returns In Anthology Project GERMAN ANGST

Todd Brown, Founder and Editor
Notorious German cult filmmaker Jörg Buttgereit may not have appeared on screens a whole lot in recent years but he retains a place in the hearts of cult film fans around the globe as the director of notorious - and rightly so - extreme horror Nekromantik. And fans waiting for more from the director shouldn't have long to wait now, with the announcement of impending anthology project German Angst.

Buttgereit, Andreas Marschall (Tears Of Kali, Masks), and Michal Kosakowski (Zero Killed) contribute to the three part project and if the first artwork is any indication it'll be typically not for the squeamish. Click on the image in the gallery below to enlarge.
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  • Thomas

    The campaign is active NOW :) http://www.startnext.de/en/ger...

  • NielsDK

    That´s a nice surprise! I was sure, that he had given up on horror. Is this Andreas Marschall the one that made record covers in the 80s?

  • Michael

    Wondered what happened to him. Didn't care much for Nekromantik, but I still have The Death King and Corpse Fucking Art, both on VHS from my University days. Enjoyed Schramm at the TIFF many years ago and then that was it.

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