NYC Horror Film Festival 2022
LATIN HORROR
by Edwin "El Miedo" Pagán
2M ago
  Founded in 2001 by filmmaker Michael J. Hein (1970- 2011), the New York City Horror Film Festival (NYCHFF) is the largest and most exciting genre showcase in the northeast! The NYCHFF has grown to be a world recognized event, with industry, filmmakers, and press attention from around the globe. The festival is competitive, screening approximately 50-60 films each year. The festival began on December 1st and continues through the 7th. The Live event portion of the festival is from December 1st – 4th, and the Virtual online showcase is from December 2nd – 7th (virtual screenings will ..read more
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EXCLUSIVE: Director Michelle Nessk gives Latin Horror a Lesson in Revenge!
LATIN HORROR
by Gaby Moreno
11M ago
Latin Horror had a chance to sit down with director Michelle Nessk and discuss the re-release of her film, “O. Unilateralis.” With Michelle we chatted about how she got into filmmaking and became a fan of the horror genre, the perspective of the rape-revenge sub-genre through the female lens, her phobia of zombies and more! Check out the video interview with Michelle!   The post EXCLUSIVE: Director Michelle Nessk gives Latin Horror a Lesson in Revenge! appeared first on LATIN HORROR ..read more
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Review: NetFlix’s Supernatural Horror Series ‘ARCHIVE 81’
LATIN HORROR
by Gaby Moreno
1y ago
An archivist hired to restore a collection of tapes finds himself reconstructing the work of a filmmaker and her investigation into a dangerous cult.   Netflix started off 2022 with a bang in the horror genre series section! ARCHIVE 81 is Netflix’s latest horror fiction series that released on the streaming platform on January 14, 2022. I had read an article a few weeks prior to the release announcing this series. As soon as I read the synopsis and found out Mamoudou Athie was going to be the lead I was sold! Mamoudou recently came out in the Amazon original horror/sci-fi “Black Box ..read more
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TRAILER: NETFLIX’S ‘TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE’ Brings Back The Madness, The Chainsaw & Sally Hardesty!
LATIN HORROR
by Christian A. Morán
1y ago
Netflix dropped the trailer debut of the sequel to the original 1974 classic horror flick, ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre‘! In this trailer we finally see Leatherface and let me tell you the chainsaw wielding menace is unleashed. In this new bloody installment of  ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre‘ directed by the Latin American, David Blue Garcia, an older Leatherface seems to seek revenge for the death of his caretaker. But with all the horrific commotion from his mallet and chainsaw, an old nemeses returns. Sally Hardesty, the original final girl from the 1974 film returns and she is blood thirsty ..read more
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REVIEW: ‘Scream’ Slices into a New Generation
LATIN HORROR
by Gaby Moreno
1y ago
 The most iconic 90s horror slasher movie, “Scream” is back on the big screen! It literally killed the opening weekend box office and dethroned “Spider-Man: No Way Home” from the top spot. I love Spidey, but I love to see Horror win! I of course being a fan of the series and a Wes Craven fan, I went to see the new “Scream“ Thursday opening night! Prior to the film being released, I was already hyped to know Mexican Actress Melissa Barrera was going to be playing the new horror lead in this film. I liked her in the Starz series, “Vida“, don’t get me started on why this show was cancelled ..read more
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Sneak Peek: Guillermo del Toro’s ‘PINOCCHIO (2022)’
LATIN HORROR
by Edwin "El Miedo" Pagán
1y ago
Streaming behemoth NetFlix has dropped the first official teaser for the highly-anticipated Guillermo del Toro helmed re-imagining of Carlo Collodi‘s PINOCCHIO—in English and Spanish—and LATIN HORROR is pleased to have them both! No one, aside from del Toro, is happier to know that this animated project is finally seeing the light of day, as we’ve had our eye on it through a series of fits, false starts and tanks since 2012! I kid you not. Needless to say, we have lit a velón (a large glass-encased candle) in honor of the NetFlix Gods who made this possible after others could not or would n ..read more
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REVIEW: Director Yeon Sang-ho brings Netflix ‘HELLBOUND’ to sinners who deserve it!
LATIN HORROR
by Gaby Moreno
1y ago
Korean Horror films and TV shows bring the horror genre to another level! The latest horror gem that was released on Netflix is “Hellbound“, a Netflix original series. It is Directed by Yeon Sang-ho, who also directed one of the best modern zombie flicks, “Train to Busan” and the sequel “Peninsula“! When I found out he was connected to this series I was sold! The series is a mixture of Horror with dark fantasy and supernatural elements. The first episode gets to the action right away, which I love! We see a group of students watching a video on their laptop in a coffee shop. The guy in the vi ..read more
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Review: John Hsu’s ‘DETENTION’
LATIN HORROR
by Brian de Castro
1y ago
Set in Taiwan during the ‘White Terror’ period of martial law, a high school girl who awakens in an empty school, only to find that her entire community has been abandoned except for one other student. Soon they realize that they have entered a realm filled with vengeful spirits and hungry ghosts. When it comes to Asian horror, most of the notoriety and acclaim goes to Japan (Ringu, The Grudge, Suicide Club, director Takasha Miike), Korea (The Host, The Wailing, Train to Busan, and the recent Netflix smash, Squid Game) and even Hong Kong (A Chinese Ghost Story, Rigor Mortis, Three…Extreme ..read more
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NYC Horror Film Festival 2021
LATIN HORROR
by Edwin "El Miedo" Pagán
1y ago
Founded in 2001 by filmmaker Michael J. Hein (1970- 2011), the New York City Horror Film Festival (NYCHFF) is the largest and most exciting genre showcase in the northeast! The NYCHFF has grown to be a world recognized event, with industry, filmmakers, and press attention from around the globe. The festival is competitive, screening approximately 50-60 films each year. Peep 2021’s schedule and film guide. LATIN HORROR is excited to partner once again with NYCHFF to showcase some of the most exciting LATINhorrorphiles working in the genre of horror who have been selected to screen their wor ..read more
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LA ZONA OSCURA: Official Latino
LATIN HORROR
by Latin Horror
1y ago
LATIN HORROR is pleased to join the Official Latino Film and Arts Festival once again in what has become an annual tradition of hosting the festival’s horror/genre program and filmmaker Q&A panel — LA ZONA OSCURA! The festival runs during the weekend of November 26-30, 2021. During this weekend you will be able to watch over 100 short films written, directed or produced by Latin filmmakers here in the U.S.A. Movie Buff Pass holders will be able to watch until December 15th. This year, the festival has made the prudent decision to host a virtual edition of the showcase. And while the gr ..read more
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