Álex de la Iglesia
Though he's made a name for himself by directing films like The Last Circus and Witching and Bitching, cult Spanish filmmaker Alex de la Iglesia is next set to don the hat of producer, and we've got all the details for ya today. Dig in!
Alex De la Iglesia closed out the Midnight Madness section of this year's Toronto International Film Festival with his totally off the wall new flick Witching and Bitching, which was recently released in his home country of Spain. When will the rest of us be able to check it out? Read on for details!
If you experienced 2010's The Last Circus, then you know that you should never miss anything with the name Alex De la Iglesia attached to it. Swapping out the clowns with witches, the Spanish filmmaker's next is Witching and Bitching (review), which is fresh off a premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Looking forward to Alex de la Iglesia's Las Brujas de Zugarramurdi, aka Witching and Bitching (review)? Good! You should be! Check out this fresh crop of goodies from AFM!
Playing as part of the Midnight Madness programme at the Toronto International Film Festival is Alex de la Iglesia's Las Brujas de Zugarramurdi (Witching and Bitching), and right now we have an international poster for you cats to chew on. Check it out!
The Toronto Film Festival has just announced that Alex de la Iglesia's Las Brujas de Zugarramurdi (Witching and Bitching) has been added to the fest's Midnight Madness programme. Check out some new stills and a new trailer.
The second trailer for the latest flick from Alex de la Iglesia, Spain’s most prominent black comedy helmer, has arrived; and we have your first look at the goods! Check out the latest on Las Brujas de Zugarramurdi (Witching and Bitching).
The first trailer and teaser art for the latest flick from Alex de la Iglesia, Spain’s most prominent black comedy helmer, have arrived, and we have your first look at the goods! Check out the latest on Las Brujas de Zugarramurdi (Witching and Bitching).
Some fun news is coming out of Spain via Variety... Alex de la Iglesia, Spain’s most prominent black comedy helmer, has teamed with powerful Spanish producer Enrique Cerezo on horror laffer Las Brujas de Zugarramurdi (Witching and Bitching).
This year's Brew & View 35mm Film and Video Series at the Syracuse (New York) International Film Festival offers two horror films at midnight on October 14th and 15th: The Last Circus and The Hills Have Eyes (2006), respectively.
It's Friday. We're all looking for the clocks to wind down so we can be relieved from the ridiculousness of our everyday routines. What better way to get through the afternoon than with a little red band violence?
Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! Step right up and get ready for your first look at the latest one-sheet for Magnet's The Last Circus (Balada Triste de Trompeta)! Popcorn, cotton candy, and throwing knives not included.
You want madness, lunacy, and crazed machete wielding clowns, all laced together by a bandolier of hot lead that's just waiting to be shot into the bodies of anyone who gets in their way? Then look no further than the red band trailer debut of Magnet's The Last Circus (Balada Triste de Trompeta)!
Have you seen The Day of the Beast? The incredible film by director Álex de la Iglesia, who also helmed the recent The Oxford Murders? No? Well, that could be because we're still waiting for a proper release of it here in the States. Oh well, at least his latest movie is on its way!