LA PASAJERA (THE PASSENGER): Teaser For The Spanish Rideshare Horror is Here
A shared van in which a man and three women travel runs over a tourist who is walking in the dark on a secondary road. After putting her in the vehicle to take her to the nearest hospital, they begin to observe that she has a strange behavior. From that moment on, the occupants of the old van quickly understand that it is time to save themselves or die and that they have a clear rule: "Don't sit by their side."
Raúl Cerezo and Fernando González Gómez's rideshare horror flick, La Pasajera (The Passenger) will have its world premiere at Sitges next month. It was a pleasant surprise for us to see it pop up in the festival's lineup announcements as we were writing about the production of the film when it started last August in Spain and lost track of it afterwards.
But here we are, and a teaser trailer has been released and even though it doesn't have English subtitles we think its clear what is going on. It looks potentially scary, potentially goopy and gorey with its fare shake of in camera practical effects. They may be on the road trip to Hell but to us it looks like they're headed in the right direction. And a big shout out for the use of pasodoble music. Love it.
You will be directed over to Vimeo to watch the trailer.
The trailer for LA PASAJERA, a horror film by Raúl Cerezo and Fernando González Gómez, which will celebrate its world premiere at the Sitges Film Festival, is now available."Don't you sit by her side"Raúl Cerezo and Fernando González Gómez will present their first co-directed film at the Sitges Film Festival: LA PASAJERA, a harrowing adventure story that mixes fantasy and horror genre, starring Ramiro Blas, Cecilia Suárez, Paula Gallego and Cristina Alcázar. LA PASAJERA will celebrate its world premiere by participating in a contest in the official Fantàstic Panorama section.It is the first feature film by Raúl Cerezo and the second by Fernando González Gómez after Standard (2020). The 54th edition of Sitges will be the scene of the debut of the tandem that the directors have formed, both from the world of advertising and short films, and who are already working on the post-production of Viejos, their second film together.Luis Sánchez-Polack signs the script for LA PASAJERA, based on a previous one by Asier Guerricaechebarría and Javier Echániz (70 binladens, When you stop loving me) based on an original idea by Cerezo himself."LA PASAJERA is a terrifying journey at the pace of pasodobles with which we seek to create an immersive experience for the viewer, who will become one more occupant of our Ebro van" (Fernando González Gómez).