Tag Archives: Spanish Horror

Blu-Ray Review: Hugo Cardozo’s Thriller ‘Morgue’ (2021)


As if a Morgue isn’t creepy enough, this film takes it to a whole new terrifying level. A huge breakout hit in its home country, the film is—according to first-time writer/director Hugo Cardozo —based on real events. The cast of newcomers includes Pablo Martínez, María del Mar Fernández, Willi Villalba, Abel …

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We Are the Flesh (2016) Movie Review

Recently, PopHorror got an inside look at the trailer for We Are the Flesh, a Spanish post-apocalyptic film due to be released this month. To say we were excited was an understatement. Now, just a few days later, we were lucky enough to have the opportunity to see We Are …

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Honeymoon (2015) – Movie Review

I’m not proud of it, but I’ve always been guilty of judging a movie by its cover. If the cover art isn’t intriguing to me, I usually don’t bother reading the synopsis. The only reason I gave Honeymoon a try was because I really loved the cover and the synopsis …

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Retro Review – IN A GLASS CAGE (1985)

The atrocities of the Nazi regime have been prime fodder for horror and exploitation films since 1969 when director Lee Frost unleashed Love Camp 7. On the one hand, you have trashy “Nazisploitation” films such as Ilsa, She Wolf of the SS and Gestapo’s Last Orgy, which focus on sexual …

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Review – REC (2007)

Zombie movies and “found footage” have overrun the horror genre like a bad case of herpes. It seems like one film from each of these sub-genres is popping out from Mother Horror every day. Most of them are rubbish. But once in a blue moon you’ll stumble upon one that’s …

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