Tag: jorgemichelgrau

Guanajuato 2016 Dispatch: Demián Bichir on Jorge Michel Grau's 7:19

The opening night film for the second half of Guanajuato 2016 (the one that takes place in Guanajuato Capital) was Jorge Michel Grau’s 7:19, a drama set in the historic morning of 19 September, 1985, when Mexico City suffered a...

MEXICO BARBARO: Watch An Exclusive Clip From Gigi Saul Guerrero's 'Dia De Los Muertos'

Mexican horror anthology Mexico Barbaro hits DVD and VOD from Dark Sky Films today and we're pleased to offer up an exclusive clip from Gigi Saul Guerrero's segment of the anthology, Dia De Los Muertos.Eight Mexican directors unite to create...

Review: BIG SKY, A Modest, Quiet Survival Drama

Like many sophomore features, Jorge Michel Grau's Big Sky suffers a bit by comparison with what came before. That's especially so because Grau debuted with the immensely impressive Somos lo que hay (We Are What We Are), an atmospheric character...

Masacre En Xoco 2014 Review: MÉXICO BÁRBARO, A Horror Anthology That Could Have Been More Brutal

Mexico is barbaric, both historically and due to the violent present. Rather than making a clear reference to its main concept of exploring Mexican legends and traditions, horror anthology México Bárbaro kicks off as a straight exhibition of the violent...

Exclusive: Your First Look At The MEXICO BARBARO Horror Anthology Trailer

Hola, mis hermanos! We have the online premiere of the trailer for the Mexican horror anthology México Bárbaro! The trailer was first shown to an audience at a public conference during the Macabro International Horror Film Festival at the end of...

Macabro 2014: MEXICO BARBARO Gets An Official Poster, Plus More New Images

Macabro 2014 hosted a very special public conference with seven of the eight directors that are part of the upcoming horror anthology México Bárbaro. It was the first time the project was presented to a wide audience in Mexico City, with...

Interview: Jim Mickle On WE ARE WHAT WE ARE

Jim Mickle is quietly making a name for himself as one of the most important horror directors working today. Whether it's tenement dwellers fighting off a rat zombie horde in Mulberry Street (2006), or a religious vampire cult ruling over...

Review: WE ARE WHAT WE ARE, Tastefully Macabre

Let's get this out of the way right off the bat: We Are What We Are is not a remake. Differing greatly from the original Jorge Michel Grau Spanish-language version, the creative team of Jim Mickle (writer/director) and Nick Damici...

Watch An Exclusive Featurette From Jim Mickle's WE ARE WHAT WE ARE

Jim Mickle's We Are What We Are hits theaters September 27th and ScreenAnarchy is proud to present a new behind the scenes featurette from what is proving to be one of the most critically acclaimed titles of the year.In WE...

Hey, NYC! Win Tix To See Jim Mickle's WE ARE WHAT WE ARE

We're big fans of one Mr. Jim Mickle in these here parts. His first cinematic effort in the feature length realm, the mutant rat/pandemic horror Mulberry Street, proved justly claustrophobic, while his road trippin vampire apocalypse Stake Land was a...

Watch The First Trailer For Jim Mickle's WE ARE WHAT WE ARE

Currently gearing up for its theatrical release following a successful festival run that included both Sundance and Cannes, Jim Mickle's remake of Jorge Michel Grau's We Are What We Are has just released its first trailer. And if you wanted...

Lund 2013: THE WORLD'S END Leads First Wave Of Titles!

As we enter the Fall season there are a number of festivals that we like to keep an eye on. The Lund International Fantastic Film Festival out of Lund, Sweden, just happens to be one of them. LIFFF happens to...

Cannes 2013: First Clip From Jim Mickle's WE ARE WHAT WE ARE Quietly Teases

"I wish we were like everyone else." Ah, what young girl hasn't said that to her older sister at one time or another? But the family at the bloody heart of Jim Mickle's We Are What We Are really is...

Sundance 2013 Review: WE ARE WHAT WE ARE Is Tastefully Macabre

Let's get this out of the way right off the bat: We Are What We Are is not a remake. Differing greatly from the original Jorge Michel Grau Spanish language version, the creative team of Jim Mickle (writer/director) and Nick...

First Official Shot From Jim Mickle's WE ARE WHAT WE ARE

ScreenAnarchy's love for Jorge Michel Grau's Somos Lo Que Hay is well documented and so you would think that any adaptation of the Mexican cannibal film to US soil would be met with a bit of trepidation. And you'd be...