VAMPUS HORROR TALES (2021)

Uncork’d Entertainment Acquires Spanish Horror Anthology, ‘VAMPUS HORROR TALES’

Uncork’d Entertainment sends word they’ve acquired the Spanish horror anthology VAMPUS HORROR TALES and they’re planning a 2023 release!

Watch the trailer below, then read on for the details!

From The Uncork’d Entertainment Press Release

Los Angeles, CA – December 14, 2022  – Spanish horror anthology VAMPUS HORROR TALES has found a home with Uncork’d Entertainment.

The films, featuring segments from Victor Matellano, Isaac Berrocal, Manuel Martínez Velasco, Piter Moreira and Erika Elizalde, are set on Halloween night. Vampus, a gravedigger and body snatcher, is the guardian of the cemetery, a sinister being who has many secrets. He loves to read horror comics, and introduces us to four twisted tales of love, murder, and assorted horrific acts.

Saturnino García, Nacho Guerreros, Félix Gómez, Elena Furiase, Erika Sanz, Montse Plá, Diego, Arjona, Dunia Rodríguez, Federico Repetto, and Vicky Jorge star in frightening, high-concept tales with high production values.

“There’s some very twisted tales here!” said Keith Leopard, President Uncork’d Entertainment. “Filled with gore and great effects, these VAMPUS HORROR TALES might just have some of you cowering under sofa cusions!.”

Betina Goldman of One Eyed Films negotiated the deal on behalf of the film team with Keith Leopard of Uncork’d Entertainment.

Looks like fun!

Uncork'd Entertainment

Uncork’d Entertainment plans to bring VAMPUS HORROR TALES home in 2023. We’ll bring you more details, including formats, release dates, and special features ad they become available. Stay tuned!

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