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Santiago 2013 Review: MAKNUM GONZALEZ Plays It Safe And Wins

Ernesto Díaz Espinoza is a beloved figure on ScreenAnarchy. He even wrote a review here (while extremely drunk) of his own film Bring Me the Head of the Machine Gun Woman, which was the first of what he labelled LatinXploitation. That...

The Machine Gun Woman Does Not Want You To Clean Her Window, Thanks.

Ernesto Diaz Espinoza's Bring Me The Head Of The Machine Gun Woman is freshly out in Chilean cinemas and the titular character wants you to know one thing. She's aware that her car is dirty. And she's fine with that....

Film4 FrightFest 2013 Glasgow Announces Line-Up

FrightFest returns to Glasgow this February with another weekend of scares, including UK premieres of Neil Jordan's Byzantium, Eli Roth's Aftershock and much talked of anthology The ABCs Of Death. There's also a retrospective screening of a restored edition of...

By The Time You Say It, She's Shot Yours Off. First BRING ME THE HEAD OF THE MACHINE GUN WOMAN Trailer!

Ernesto Diaz Espinoza's Machine Gun Woman arrived at Fantastic Fest with her guns blazing, prompting our own Ryland Aldrich to proclaim the latest from the director of Mandrill and Mirageman a dose of "wildly sexy violence". A should you be...

Fantastic Fest: Ernesto Diaz Espinoza Drunkenly Reviews Ernesto Diaz Espinoza's BRING ME THE HEAD OF THE MACHINE GUN WOMAN

Hello. My name is Ernesto Diaz Espinoza, just five short of TEQUILA swallow, and I'm the director of the stunning, beautiful, sexy, hot, crazy, fun to blow your brain, and LATINXPLOITATION masterpiece of the genre, the now famous movie esquicita...

Fantastic Fest 2012 Review: BRING ME THE HEAD OF THE MACHINE GUN WOMAN is Sexy Violent Fun

There are few filmmakers who know how to create as much onscreen fun with as small of a budget as Chilean writer/director Ernesto Diaz Espinoza. With 70s cinematic sensibilities, funk-filled soundtracks, and always awesome action, Mirageman and Mandrill were fun-packed...

Ernesto Diaz Espinoza Demands You BRING ME THE HEAD OF THE MACHINE GUN WOMAN

The machine-gun woman is coming. The question is whether she will be alive or dead when she arrives. Chile's Ernesto Diaz Espinoza - director of Marko Zaror star vehicles Kiltro, Mirage Man and Mandrill - is bringing a new hero...