Even though we haven't heard a damn thing about it in quite some time, Screen Daily is reporting that Spain’s Rodar y Rodar Films has just announced its slate of upcoming films, which includes the remake of The Orphanage.
The official teaser trailer for The Body, starring Alfie Allen of "Game of Thrones," arrived online; and we have it right here for your viewing pleasure. Check out the sly peek into this short right here.
And the pre-AFM goodies continue to roll in, this time with a heaping helping of frightening Spanish seasoning. On tap for you right now are a new international trailer and one-sheet for Oriol Paulo's The Body (El Cuerpo for you purists out there).
The 45th Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival of Catalonia will be held from October 4-14, 2012. We already know that The Body, by debut director Oriol Paulo, is opening the fest, and now word has come as to several of the other films that will be shown. Some may not be pure horror, but we're including everything here so you'll be 100% in the know.
The 45th Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival of Catalonia will be held from October 4th to the 14th, and opening the big international dance is the Catalan production The Body (El Cuerpo), by debut director Oriol Paulo.
Fan of Spanish horror? Good! Then you'll be excited to see the first stills and trailer from the new flick from the producers of The Orphanage, Julia's Eyes and the upcoming PX3D - Oriol Paulo's The Body (El Cuerpo for you purists out there).
Good news for fans of Spanish horror ... the producers of The Orphanage, Julia's Eyes and the upcoming PX3D have announced that production has officially begun on Oriol Paulo's The Body (El Cuerpo for you purists out there).
Ready for a bit of a better look at Oriol Paulo's The Body (El Cuerpo for you purists out there)? We don't care! You're getting one anyway, damn it! And you're gonna like it, too! Check it out!
I admit it. In my younger years I spent some time in a morgue with a friend who worked there. Some of the things I've seen will never go away. In such a place it's really easy for the line between science and spooky to be blurred.
Yet another terror tale is on the way from Rodar y Rodar, who seem to be on fire lately with several bitchin' genre projects cookin', and this next one will mark the English language debut from one of their directors.