Brace yourselves for a thrilling cinematic experience as Dread’s SATANIC HISPANICS delivers a stunning new poster and trailer. The unprecedented horror anthology, infused with the essence of Latin folklore and crafted by five indie-horror visionaries, each hailing from a different corner of Latin America.
Directed by the talented Gigi Saul Guerrero (“Bingo Hell”), the ever-imaginative Mike Mendez (“Big Ass Spider!”), the spine-chilling Demián Rugna (“Terrified”), the audaciously brilliant Alejandro Brugués (“Juan of the Dead”), and the mastermind behind “The Blair Witch Project,” Eduardo Sánchez, SATANIC HISPANICS plunges us into a mesmerizing tapestry of horror tales.
This groundbreaking anthology showcases the depth and richness of Latin American culture, cleverly woven through a genre lens that promises to keep audiences on the edge of their seats. The spotlight shines not only on the eerie narratives but also on the abundant Hispanic talent both in front and behind the camera, an admirable nod to the diversity of voices in the horror genre.
The film has already garnered well-deserved recognition, receiving accolades including the prestigious Best Director award at the acclaimed Fantastic Fest 2022. It’s clear that SATANIC HISPANICS has struck a chord with audiences and critics alike, leaving an indelible mark on the horror landscape.
Mark your calendars, horror aficionados, as SATANIC HISPANICS commences the spine-chilling celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, descending upon theaters on September 14. Prepare yourselves for an immersive experience into the depths of Latin American folklore, where darkness intertwines with cultural symbolism, bringing forth an anthology that is nothing short of hauntingly captivating.
Dread has certainly raised the bar with this all-Latino horror anthology, embracing diversity and innovation in equal measure. So, join us as we embark on this thrilling journey through tales that will both chill and enchant. SATANIC HISPANICS is primed to leave an indelible impression on the genre, and I, for one, cannot wait to witness the horror spectacle unfold on the big screen.