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* CreepyBallet - The villain is a ballet teacher who is also a vampire, and she and her daughter would feed on her students. Ballerina ghost mooks also feature at one point.


'''''Livid''''' is a French horror film released in 2011. It is Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury's follow-up to ''Film/{{Inside}}''. While there are some grisly moments, the film is considerably less gory than its predecessor.

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'''''Livid'''''
''Livid''
is a French horror film released in 2011. It is Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury's follow-up to ''Film/{{Inside}}''. While there are some grisly moments, the film is considerably less gory than its predecessor.



* ShoutOut - To ''Film/{{Suspiria}}'', ''Film/HalloweenIIISeasonOfTheWitch'', among others.

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* ShoutOut - To ''Film/{{Suspiria}}'', ''Film/Suspiria1977'', ''Film/HalloweenIIISeasonOfTheWitch'', among others.

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'''''Livid''''' is a French horror film released in 2011. It is Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury's follow-up to ''Film/{{Inside}}''. While there are some grisly moments, the film is considerably less gorier than its predecessor.

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'''''Livid''''' is a French horror film released in 2011. It is Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury's follow-up to ''Film/{{Inside}}''. While there are some grisly moments, the film is considerably less gorier gory than its predecessor.

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* LighterAndSofter - The film is a lot less bloody than ''Inside'' [[spoiler:and there's even a happy ending.]]
* MismatchedEyes - Lucie's eyes are different colors.


* DoingItForTheArt - The film was originally going to have a bigger budget, be shot in the United Kingdom and spoken in English. When Maury and Bustillo's creative sensibilities were compromised, they moved to a much lower-budget French production.



* NoExportForYou - The Weinstein Company holds the rights but has yet to release the film in America.


* MismatchedEyes - Lucie has them.

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* NoExportForYou - The Weinstein Company holds the rights but has yet to release the film in America.


* WouldHarmAChild - Mrs. Jessel, Mrs. Wilson and Anna fall under this.

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* WouldHarmAChild WouldHurtAChild - Mrs. Jessel, Mrs. Wilson and Anna fall under this.


* TaxidermyTerror - In addition to the usual stuffed heads on the walls, there also creepy dolls with animal heads that seem to have a life on their own.

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* TaxidermyTerror - In addition to the usual stuffed heads on the walls, there also creepy dolls with animal heads that seem to have a life on their own.own.
* WouldHarmAChild - Mrs. Jessel, Mrs. Wilson and Anna fall under this.


* BigLippedAlligatorMoment - Lucie and her friends briefly run into three creepy trick or treaters (a witch, a skeleton and a jack-o-lantern; see ShoutOut). who ominously stop in front of the car and peer inside the windows. It's never referenced again.

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* RuleOfScary - Much of the film follows this.


* ShoutOut - To ''Film/{{Suspiria}}'', ''Film/HalloweenIIISeasonOfTheWitch'', among others.

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* ShoutOut - To ''Film/{{Suspiria}}'', ''Film/HalloweenIIISeasonOfTheWitch'', among others.others.
* TaxidermyTerror - In addition to the usual stuffed heads on the walls, there also creepy dolls with animal heads that seem to have a life on their own.

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* GrandTheftMe - Mrs. Jessel's plan is for Lucie and her daughter to switch bodies.
* MismatchedEyes - Lucie has them.

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* ChekhovsGun - Lucie's heterochromia.
**The scissors seen early on also play a somewhat significant role later.

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