In "Horno" an adult film director comes up with the ingenious idea of combining his porn flick experience with his passion for horror movies. After convincing a porn producer that his 'horno' movie is an advantageous idea, he begins to shoot his glorious vision of a zombie outbreak spread by sodomy. On set, he has to deal with all the usual problems of a story-driven porn production. Things really get out of hand though when the director's male lead's girlfriend has turned into a zombie after taking some new drug. He's also turning into a zombie himself, starting to kill his cast mates - who also turn into zombies. The director's dreams of fortune and fame soon become a nightmare when life begins to imitate art. Written by
It's not a porno film ... it's a HORNO film!
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According to an interview writer/director Terrence Williams did for "Metal Monday" with Annie Christ and Bryan Schuessler, "Horno" is a pseudo portrayal of the things he has had to endure and experience as a micro-budget horror director, often having to defend his risqué projects which usually contain nudity and sexual situations, off-color jokes and the like, as not being pornographic to his many critics. Third collaboration between filmmakers Terrence and Nicole Williams and actors/actresses Antonio Royuela, Carlos Javier Castillo, Jesselynn Desmond, and Mitch Ryan. See more