In war torn Eastern Europe a young nurse named Carole saves valuable lives as part of a humanitarian aid group. Soon her mission will be over and it will be time to return home. But what seems like a short cut to freedom soon turns into a journey of agonising, torturous pain beyond the human threshold… Just like Martyrs before it, Caged is gaining notoriety as a stylish, unforgettable and gruesomely relentless example of extreme cinema at its most terrifying.
Comparing Caged to Martyrs is a pretty bold thing to do, especially seeing as Martyrs was good enough to make it into Love Horror’s top ten horror film list.
Quite how well it does compare, we’ll find out later this week when the review goes up.
In the meantime, why not have a go at winning a copy for yourself, right now!
Just answer the following question:
Caged has been compared to which other French horror in the press?