Synopsis by Mark Deming
In this French horror film, which many critics compared to both Scream and The Blair Witch Project, a group of young actors have been hired to stage a production of Little Red Riding Hood at a mansion far away from the city. When they arrive, the players learn that they're all alone at the estate except for the wealthy owner of the house, his young son, and a servant. They are also visited by police, who warn them that a violent criminal is on the loose and may be hiding somewhere nearby. As the evening wears on, the actors are murdered one by one, and the survivors fight for their lives as they try to find out who the killer is and what he wants from them. Promenons-Nous Dans Les Bois, the first film from director Lionel Delplanque, stars Clotilde Courau, Clement Sibony, Vincent Lecoeur, Alexia Stresi, and Maud Buquet.
actor, estate, mansion, police, serial-killer, servant, son