New French Vampire Film in the Works

Another vampire film is coming! Radowski Films has recently announced their upcoming vampire movie A Good Man (Un homme bien). Time to brush up on your French, because this upcoming movie will star actors from France and will, of course, be in French. Parlez-vous français?

About the movie:

“Louis Caron is a good man – vegetarian, he feeds the homeless, takes care of animals and is concerned with the ecological future of the planet. But his altruism has a sinister edge – he’s a vampire – and local inspector Taglioni is becoming increasingly suspicious. Louis’ attempt to escape the police takes him on a journey into his own private hell where he is not only forced to confront his worst fears, but also to destroy the lives of those he cares about most.”

The screenplay was written by supernatural suspense novelist and screenwriter Vanessa Morgan. She has been called the “female version of Stephen King.” Both her books Drowned Sorrow and The Strangers Outside have been adapted to the screen. A Good Man is her first screenplay.

A Good Man (Un homme bien) is a French language vampire movie that has been described as a mix between American Psycho and Dexter. The movie is currently in preproduction. A few French household names are already attached to the project. Amongst them are Pierre Lekeux (Strass, La danse des esprits, Combat avec l’ange), Matthias Pohl (Secret Story 2), Eric Demin (Potiche, Dikkenek) and Daph Nobody.

For more information on the author and the film check out Vanessa Morgan’s official website HERE.

What are your thoughts on A Good Man (Un homme bien)? Are you looking forward to an entire vampire film spoken in French? Have any of you read Vanessa Morgan’s book? If so, what did you think?

– Moonlight

By Moonlight

Moonlight (aka Amanda) loves to write about, read about and learn about everything pertaining to vampires. You will most likely find her huddled over a book of vampire folklore with coffee in hand. Touch her coffee and she may bite you (and not in the fun way).

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  2. Plus films des Vampires? Oui! Le vie est bonne…
    French director Jean Rollin’s four Vampire films from 1968 to 1971 are almost a genre in their own right (shared with Spain’s Jess Franco): “existential art house Vampire soft-core erotica”.

    The last French Vampire film I’ve seen was the thoroughly modern Les dents de la nuit, retitled for the English market as “Vampire Party.” This re-title was a mistake if you ask me, because the literal translation “Teeth Of The Night” is way cooler, Un point c’est tout >;^]

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