Check out the sadistic trailer for horror anthology ‘German Angst’, and bring a sick bucket!




There is a new horror anthology in development which brings together three of Germany’s most sadistic directors, and the first trailer has now been revealed.

Make no mistake, it is not a pleasant experience, but fans of hardcore, vicious horror will love this! German Angst is a horror anthology which began life as a Kickstarter campaign, but didn’t quite make it, but has somehow put together a trailer to tease fans. The word is that the film may, or may not be filmed, but judging by the trailer, it looks complete to me.

Jorg Buttgereit (Nekromantik, Der Todesking), Andreas Marschall(Tears of Kali, Masks) and Michael Kosakowoski (Zero Killed) are the directors in charge, and the official website has a synopsis on each of the three shorts included in the anthology.

Final Girl by Jorg Buttgereit:

A beautiful young girl wakes up in a Berlin flat one morning. In the bedroom next door, a half-naked middle-aged man lies strapped to the bed. The girl doesn’t want to be the victim anymore.

Alraune by Andreas Marschall:

Alraune follows the nocturnal trip of an urban digital native into the world of a secret fetish society, which promises the best sex ever — through the magic of the Mandragora plant. But the transgressive experience has horrible side effects: he is confronted with a monstrous and deadly manifestation of his own sexual obsessions.

Make A Wish by Michael Kosakowoski:

Make a Wish depicts a powerful »if-only« scenario in which a young deaf-mute couple living in Berlin are attacked by a group of hooligans. However, they are in possession of a mysterious talisman that has already changed the course of history. The victims manage to turn the tables on their assailants by way of wishful thinking and wreak a terrible revenge, albeit paying a heavy price.


About Matt Wavish 10001 Articles
A keen enthusiast and collector of all horror and extreme films. I can be picky as i like quality in my horror. This doesn't necessarily mean it has to be a classic, but as long as it has something to impress me then i'm a fan. I watch films by the rule that if it doesn't bring out some kind of emotive response then it aint worth watching.

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