We've been talking about Juan of the Dead (review) around these parts for a while now and with good reason... it's friggin' awesome. With the DVD upon us we've got the word on what to expect!
We've all been waiting patiently for a firm release date Juan of the Dead. While sometime in 2012 is nice, we hate being teased. Focus Features dropped us a line today with the date we've been waiting for! Read on!
There's no doubt about it ... everything we've seen from Juan of the Dead thus far has been pretty bitchin'. Except for the one-sheets, which have been kind of generic. Well then. Problem solved! Dig the new eye candy!
The only thing more fun than zombies themselves is finding wondrous and imaginative ways to dispose of the hungry ghouls. In this latest clip from Juan of the Dead, we get a taste of the mayhem to come. Check it out!
Great news coming out today for all of you deadheads that are looking forward to seeing the Cuban horror comedy import Juan of the Dead. Outsider Pictures has acquired the international hit from Guadalajara-based international film sales and distribution company Latinofusion for theatrical distribution in the United States.
Some neat distribution news is coming in to kick off the first week of 2012. Festival favorite Juan of the Dead has officially been granted a green card and access to the United States. Read on for the details.
One flick we're really looking forward to around these parts is the first horror film to come out of Cuba, Juan of the Dead, and if you need to ask yourselves why, look no further than the hilarious new trailer. And then start looking forward to a domestic release!
A brand spanking new trailer for the first horror film to come out of Cuba, Juan of the Dead, has arrived online, and we can assure you that any of the red you see is not hot sauce! Juan De Los Muertos, as it's known in its homeland, is a co-production among Spain, Mexico, and Cuba budgeted at 1.3 million Euros. Synopsis
A special sneak peek of the upcoming horror comedy from Havana, Juan of the Dead, has shambled its way online, and we've got every cigar stinkin' second of it for you right here! Juan De Los Muertos, as it's known in its homeland, is a co-production among Spain, Mexico, and Cuba budgeted at 1.3 million Euros. Synopsis
Two new trailers showcasing Cuba's new zombie killing hero have surfaced online and honestly? They're pretty funny. Ready for more Juan of the Dead? Of course you are!
The US had its Dawn. The UK had Shaun. Now Cuba has ... Juan? Yes, you read that right, kids! The hottest import coming out of Cuba next to cigars will be a little zombie flick called Juan of the Dead, and we've got a few details for you!