Keyword : Spanish Horror
Review of a new Italian book on the Spanish Euro-horror auteur Jesus Franco.
Review of the recent Spanish entry into the burgeoning 'reality horror' subgenre, [Rec].
In-depth review of the Fantasia International Film Festival's first DVD release, a compilation of outstanding shorts shown at the festival over the past several years.
An overview analysis of Spain's enfant terrible, unique auteruist Agustin Villaronga, director of In A Glass Cage, 99.9, and others.
An in-depth review essay of the notorious horror film In a Glass Cage, released on DVD by Cult Epics.
Part-two of Fantasia Festival report.
A long overdue look at Zulueta's lost cult classic, Arrebato.
An in-depth festival report on the fifth installment of the Fantasia Film Festival (2000).
One of the most influential and important horror magazines, Fangoria horror magazine, selects Spanish director Nacho Cerda as one of the 13 rising Horror stars to keep on eye on.
For the uninitiated (which included me) Eurofest is a one-day smorgasbord of European horror and sleaze that has included over its four-year life-span zombie mayhem, giallo madness and action-adventure.
The affable, soft-spoken Nacho Cerda is perhaps not what you'd expect from the director of one of Fant-Asia's most notorious films, Aftermath. But perhaps after reading this interview with Cerda you may feel that there is certainly more than meets the ...
Both the Canadian Kissed and Spanish Aftermath deal with the taboo subject of necrophilia. However, the respective filmmakers Lynne Stopkewich and Nacho Cerdà are as far apart in approach as there native countries are geographically.
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