‘Nail In The Coffin: The Fall & Rise Of Vampiro’ (2019) Hits Theaters and VOD!

Nail In The Coffin: The Fall & Rise Of Vampiro is a heartfelt wrestling documentary told through a collection of home videos and personal interviews. The film takes an intimate look at a single father grappling with fame, fortune, responsibility, and his own mortality. The film premiered at Fantastic Fest 2019 to rave reviews. Now it’s headed to theaters and video on demand.

Check out the trailer below, then read on for all the details!

Nail In The Coffin: The Fall & Rise Of Vampiro (2019) Synopsis

Semi-retired professional wrestler Ian Hodgkinson reveals the harsh realities behind the glamour of being in the world of wrestling as the infamous ‘Vampiro’. A Lucha Libre legend, Hodgkinson tells the astonishing story about his meteoric rise to fame in the 90’s and how it almost killed him. Yet none of that was as back-breaking as his current life – working behind-the-scenes as the Director of Talent for Lucha Libre AAA in Mexico City and Lucha Underground in Los Angeles, while simultaneously raising his teenage daughter Dasha in remote Northern Canada as a single parent.

Michael Paszt directed the film. It stars Professional Wrestler Ian Hodgkinson (Vampiro) and Dasha Hodgkinson.

Here’s a look at the official poster art!

Nail In The Coffin

The film hits select theaters Friday, September 4, 2020 from Raven Banner Releasing. You can also catch it on video on demand and digital platforms Tuesday, September 8, 2020. Pre-0rder the Blu-ray here from Epic Pictures.

Final Thoughts

Looks great! Reviews are currently sitting at 8.0 out of 10.0 on IMDB. That’s fantastic! We’re definitely going to give this one a look!

What do you think? Any Vampiro fans out there in PopHorror land? Will you check out Nail In The Coffin: The Fall & Rise of Vampiro? Tell us in the comments!


About Kenn Hoekstra

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