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LOBO FEROZ: First Teaser Poster For Gustavo Hernandez's Revenge Thriller

We have your first look at the teaser poster for Lobo Feroz, the upcoming revenge thriller from Gustavo Hernandez (The Silent House, You Shall Not Sleep, Virus-32).    A detective on trail of a suspected child killer who was arrested...

Review: VIRUS-32, The Difference Between Life And Death is Seconds Away

A young mother must find her daughter, lost in the building she guards at night, while a blood-thirsty horde tries to break in.

VIRUS: 32: New Trailer, Poster And Stills For Gustavo Hernandez's Zombie Thriller

In Virus :32, a virus breaks out and a chilling massacre rages through the streets. The sick become hunters, and only calm their fever by unscrupulously killing all those not yet infected. Unaware of this, Iris (Paula Silva, In The...

Blood Window 2019: Ten Contenders For Best Latin American Feature Film Announced

Screen Daily announced the other day the contenders for best Latin American feature film of the year through the Méliès International Festivals Federation (formerly known as European Fantastic Film Festivals Federation) and Blood Window. The winner will be announced at...

NO DORMIRAS (YOU SHALL NOT SLEEP): New Horror Film From THE SILENT HOUSE's Gustavo Hernandez Begins Production

We have been keeping an eye out for Uruguayan director Gustavo Hernandez for quite a while now. Ever since we caught his debut film The Silent House at Cannes seven years we have been looking out for the director's next...

Review: LOCAL GOD, Surreal Horror Of The Creative Process

In his first feature film The Silent House, director Gustavo Hernández told a familiar haunted house story in a unfamiliar way, by shooting it in a single take. For his second feature, Local God, he again approaches a familiar...

Watch The Exclusive Trailer For LA CASA MUDA Director's LOCAL GOD

Uruguyan director Gustavo Hernandez created quite a stir with his debut feature, the single take horror La Casa Muda (The Silent House). An astounding piece of technical filmmaking that proved Hernandez had an uncommon knack for building tension, La Casa...