A crack unit of elite cops infiltrate a high rise tower block to bring down a gang of crooks that have been terrorising the city for years. These two opposing gangs soon discover that they are not alone and face a relentless attack from hordes of the un-dead, intent on destroying humanity as we know it. The gangs join forces to survive and fight to reach ground level or face a grisly fate. Loaded with bad ass attitude, guns, axes and extremely creative hand to hand combat sequences. The Horde projects a level of fear and paranoia that must be tamed in order to survive the night.
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Subtlety is admittedly the very first casualty, but when the claret’s flying with such élan, who gives a merde?
More of a relentless, action-packed thriller than a horror movie as such, ‘La Horde’ nevertheless features copious amounts of gruesome violence. A scantily-clad Claude Perron is chilling as the morally blank female cop Aurore, and there’s a darkly comic cameo by Alain Figlarz, as the building’s eccentric, ex-army caretaker.