1. Tell us about your film? “Cult to Terror” was born in a short amateur documentary that I made in Super VHS in 1996, about Argentine horror movies. Then in ’97, I made a smaller version of the local bizarre and psychotronic cinema, Isabel Sarli, Narciso Ibáñez Menta, Emilio Vieyra, etc. Called “Argentina bizarra”. And […]
For myself and Zombie1 The Burning has always been a special slasher. When we were back in secondary school many, many full moons ago devouring horror films like a Vegan binging on quinoa the 1981 cult killer classic was one of the first none famous horror movies we got our grubby teenage hands on.
When this horror anthology turned up on Love Horror’s doorstep I couldn’t wait to watch it. I’m a massive Romero fan, he makes an appearance to bookend the shorts, and if it was anything like the collection of short stories in Creepshow (1982) I knew I’d be in for a treat. How wrong I was.
With Robert Rodriguez’s violent and vivacious vampire movie you get a brilliant bargain because From Dusk till Dawn is really two movies in one and both are great.