THE NANNY'S NIGHT: Upcoming Spanish Horror Comedy to Feature a Cameo From BRAINDEAD's Diana Peñalver

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THE NANNY'S NIGHT: Upcoming Spanish Horror Comedy to Feature a Cameo From BRAINDEAD's Diana Peñalver
There has not been a lot of press about Spanish comedy horror flick The Nanny’s Night after the film finished shooting at the end of March. Cineuropa seems to be on top of it, and there is a great article here about it. Director Igna L. Vacas gives some more insight into his first feature film there so head over and check it out.
A press release about the English-language horror flick was sent out but it came across like it was touting The Nanny’s Night as Diana Peñalver’s return to the horror genre after thirty years since her star turn in Peter Jackson’s Braindead/Dead Alive. We think other director's might disagree. 
We digress, Return or not its exciting to see Peñalver take part in any horror film, even if it is a smaller role. We have a selection of behind the scenes stills to share with you today. Take a look down below. 
THE NANNY'S NIGHT: Diana Peñalver ("Braindead") returns to horror cinema
Diana Peñalver became an international cult actress thanks to her role as Paquita Maria Sánchez in the acclaimed "Braindead" (1992) by Oscar winner Peter Jackson ("The Lord of the Rings" and "The Hobbit" trilogies). Considered the bloodiest film in the history of cinema, the Sevillian actress went on to swell the universe of the most recognized scream queens on the international scene. Almost 30 years later, director Igna L. Vacas directs his debut feature "The nanny's night" (2021) and in a cameo she takes up the character of Paquita Maria Sánchez.
Diana returns to the genre that rocketed her as an international star: a wild horror comedy, shot in English accompanied by actors such as Juan Carlos Vellido ("Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales"), David Santana ("Rogue One", "Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi"), Lone Fleming ("Curse of the Blind Dead ') and Antonio Mayans (" King of Kings ").
The film produced by Artistic Films ("Vampyres", "Paul Naschy's Empusa") and Panic in Frames is currently filming in Madrid and its premiere is scheduled for the first quarter of 2022.
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