As far as I know, "Deadhunter: Sevillian Zombies" was intended to be a short, but nonetheless Julian Lara decided to make it into a feature film.
Sometimes if you don't have the resources to do what you want to do, you better don't do it, but all my credit to Julian for pushing himself to that hard and inglorious task that is directing a movie without the budget or the resources required.
You can easily tell how hard he tried to accomplish his own mission of directing, producing, writing and even acting, but, somehow, in the end, ten years later, "Deadhunter" is a cult movie in Spain.
However, you must definitely check his last zombie flick out, the one titled "Till Death Do Us Part", where you could see how he improved his directing skills after graduating at The Los Angeles Film School.
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