First Look At TORO LOCO: SANGRIENTO (AKA TORO LOCO: BLOODTHIRSTY)

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First Look At TORO LOCO: SANGRIENTO (AKA TORO LOCO: BLOODTHIRSTY)
Beware the wandering homeless man who is seeking vengeance. 

Francisco Melo is featured in the first look at Toro Loco: Sangriento (aka Toro Loco: Bloodthirsty), a new action comedy by Patricio Valladares (Hidden in the Woods). Valladares adapted from a comic book he did with Andrea Cavaletto. The official synopsis gets right to the point: 

A homeless man wanders the lands in search of revenge for the murder of his son at the hands of an unknown gang. Upon arriving in a new town he finds himself trapped in a city drowning in chaos, its people firmly in the grasp of a ruthless crime boss peddling the mind-bending drug, "El Ultimo Aire." This man is a legend, a hit man, the killer of killers and the people call him "Toro Loco." He fights punks, crack-heads and tough guys with his trademark shooter, a Smith & Wesson 34-1, but you take that away from him and it doesn't matter. Toro Loco has another deadly weapon: his hands! Toro Loco is here and the first to die are the fucking lucky ones!

Melo is a TV star in Chile and is also known for the horror film The Gravity of Pugilist. The cast includes Mauricio Pesutic, Constanza Piccoli, Simon Pesutic, Serge Fran├žois (Hidden in the Woods), Cuentrejo, Gonzalo Vivanco, Matias Lopez, Christian Lobarede, Junior Playboy, and Francisco Puelles.

George Vonknorring (director of Maknum Gonzalez; executive producer of Bring Me the Head of Machine Gun Woman) serves as one of the producers. The film is now in production. 
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