Black Horror

A movie in which the screen is inside us all and the evocative power of sound and word put film noir back into the bloodiest of film genres.

Do you enjoy shaking with fear while watching The Thing? Screaming in terror during The Exorcist? Digging your nails in your neighbor’s arm while watching The Blair Witch Project? Welcome to Black Horror, movies without a screen or projector.
An author and a sound director share a creation based on excerpts from horror films arranged like the soundtrack of a dedicated reader’s digest version. The result is a horrific movie of the mind, a horrific setting for the horrific words of a horrific contemporary writer and the horrific music of an equally horrific composer.


This device is part of COSMOBLACK, a set of performances that take place in complete darkness. To enter COSMOBLACK is to discover another attention to the works, a depth of the senses that only the night knows. The place devoted to the gaze becomes a place of listening, the exposed body becomes a sensed body. A new way to go to the theater.