Back in October 2013, the second edition of the Feratum Film Festival took place in Tlalpujahua, Michoacán, with a really juicy genre cinema selection. While the town of Tlalpujahua is not extremely far from Mexico City, now Feratum will have a showing just four miles away from the Zocalo (the heart of the city).
Cine Tonalá is screening eight movies from Feratum's official 2013 selection, including all the winners of the feature length categories: The Cosmonaut (Best Film), Necros: Diario con la Muerte (Special Mention), Visceral: Between the Ropes of Madness (Xtreme Award), Quest for the Power Sphere (Best Fantasy & Science Fiction Film) and Birth of the Living Dead (Best Documentary).
Genre fans in Mexico City will also have another chance to watch on the big screen the Canadian Thanatomorphose, which recently premiered in the city during Cineteca Nacional's Masacre en Xoco (just like Visceral: Between the Ropes of Madness).
Cine Tonalá's Feratum showing kicks off next week (1/15), with Tonatiuh Loza's doc Necros: Diario con la Muerte, and continues until the penultimate day of January. Here's the complete schedule:
Necros: Diario con la Muerte - January 15, 7 PM
The Cosmonaut - January 16, 7 PM
Cannibal Diner - January 17, 7 PM
Thanatomorphose - January 21, 7 PM
OXV: The Manual - January 23, 3 PM
Visceral: Between the Ropes of Madness - January 25, 5 PM
Birth of the Living Dead - January 29, 5 PM
Quest for the Power Sphere - January 30, 3 PM