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Howl at the Moon and at Silly Jokes with Attack of the Werewolves: A Movie Review

26 November 2012 10:22 AM, PST | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

Director/writer: Juan Martínez Moreno. Cast: Carlos Areces, Secun de la Rosa, Mabel Rivera, Luis Zahera, Gorka Otxoa, Manuel Manquiña and Tomás Cimadevilla. Attack of the Werewolves knows many forms. This film has also been called Game of Werewolves and Lobos de Arga. If one directly translates the Spanish title into English, then it becomes the much simpler Werewolves of Arga. This final title is less than stellar, though. This review will call this picture Attack of the Werewolves, which is the United Kingdom title. Attack of the Werewolves is a Spanish language film and an entertaining one at that. This title blends horror elements with comedy. So, the tone of the film is light-hearted. The town of Arga has been cursed and it is up to Tomás (Gorka Otxoa) to remove this affliction. The townsfolk need his blood and his sacrifice in order to remove the curse. The creatures »

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Afm '12: Afterparty Promises Wild Parties and Lots of Blood: A Preview

2 November 2012 10:23 AM, PDT | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

The American Film Market is continuing to provide sneak peaks at upcoming horror and thriller titles. The latest to debut at this film event is titled Afterparty. This is a Spanish language film. It focuses on a group of friends who are just waking from a wild night out. They find themselves trapped in a "sinister house" (Afm). Now, they have no way out and the walls are closing in. The first film poster is here and this title will show at the Afm November 2nd and 5th. The graphic promises a killer with a knife and a group of unsuspecting victims. More blood reds are sure to follow. A trailer will be released soon, but, for now, an early movie still is hosted below. Afterparty is sure to bring some sexy thrills! Showing Date: November 2nd (Afm). Director: Miguel Larraya. Writers: Miguel Larraya, Fernando Sancristóbal. Producers: Tomás Cimadevilla and Álvaro Augustín. »

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