Horror anthologies are all the rage right now, taking us back to a time when short-form horror was a staple of the genre. The latest anthology offering hails from eight Mexican directors who have united to create a film featuring the most brutally terrifying Mexican traditions and legends. Mexico Barbaro presents haunting stories that have been woven into the fabric of a nation’s culture, some passed down through the centuries and some new, but all equally frightening.
Look for Mexico Barbaro on VOD and DVD this November 3rd!
Stories of boogeymen, trolls, ghosts, monsters, Aztec sacrifices, and – of course – the Day of the Dead all come together to create a film that is as original as it is familiar… and as important as it is horrifying.
Directors represented in this anthology are Jorge Michel Grau (We Are What We Are, The ABCs of Death), Isaac Ezban (The Incident), Laurette Flores, Ulises Guzmán, Edgar Nito, sound designer Lex Ortega (Here Comes the Devil, Frankenstein’s Army), Gigi Saul Guerrero (El Gigante, Choose Your Victim), and Rue Morgue Mexico coordinator Aaron Soto.