Costa Rica Mixes Comedy With Its First-Person Horror In Miguel Gomez' EL SANATORIO

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Costa Rica Mixes Comedy With Its First-Person Horror In Miguel Gomez' EL SANATORIO
Costa Rica now has a first-person horror picture to call their own, albeit it one with a distinctly comic angle to it.

Director Miguel Gomez turns in his sophomore feature with El Sanatorio, a film on which he is credited as director, writer, producer and co-editor. And if his IMDB resume is any indicator this is nothing unusual for Gomez, who appears to be highly in demand as an art director and production designer outside of his own films.

The story? It's a familiar one, as these things go, with a group of young adults heading off to a local hospital to try and captured the rumored ghosts that inhabit the place on camera. And that they do with - apparently - somewhat comic results.

For a non-Spanish speaker such as myself the trailer starts slowly, with not a lot to separate it from the crowd until you get to the final shot. And, yep, it's a good one. Check it below.
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Miguel Alejandro GomezAntonio ChamuLuis Carlos BogantesKurt DyerMaría Luisa GaritaOlger GonzalezComedyHorror

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