Arthur: Curse: The classification of the film announces a very violent and bloody film

the June 29, 2022 spell Arthur: Cursea horrifying spin-off from the small world of Minimoys coined by Luc Besson. The film will be directed by Barthelemy Grossmann and produced by the director of Sixth Sense and Lucy. The synopsis?

Alex has been a fan of the Arthur and the Invisibles films since he was a child. For her birthday, her best friends surprise her by taking her to the abandoned house where the film was shot. None of them suspects that they are heading towards a Machiavellian and deadly trap. What was once a childhood dream will soon turn into a real nightmare…

In the few images given by the trailers, no Minimoys on the horizon but a few mysteries that the film will surely demystify: the role of the indigenous tribe in the film (real satanic sect or group of crazy young people who like to dress up as these characters?) ; what treatment also for the Maltazard in live action? Between supernatural and deeply human massacre film, Arthur: Curse should go in a completely unexpected direction for fans of the franchise of Minimoys. Wanting to ape the studio production mechanics Blumhouse (Small budget, big concept)the film only cost 2.4 million euros and should quickly recoup its costs if the public is there. However, French production will have a major opponent on the same target: The Black Phone by Scott Derricksonwhich, carried by rave reviews, will only be in its second week of operation.

The film promises in any case to be very intense and violent. Indeed, the French classification of the film makes it “Forbidden to children under 12 with warning”. Which means that Arthur: Curse will be a notch above The Black Phone in terms of violence, which has only an age restriction. Anyway, you will be able to realize it for yourself this Wednesday in the dark rooms.

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