More Mexican horror is on the menu with the 3D release of Mas Negro Que La Noche, or, as it will be known here in the States, Darker Than The Night. We have details, a ton of images, and some artwork for ya! Check it all out!
From the Press Release
Mexico’s Filmadora Nacional, Celeste Films, and Itaca have teamed with Spain’s Neo Art to produce Mas Negro Que La Noche (Darker Than the Night), a remake of a 1975 shock-fest classic that will be Mexico’s initial live-action stereoscopic 3D movie.
A remake of Mexican fear director Carlos Enrique Taboada’s shock-fest of a same title, now considered a classic, Night has the makings to be one of Mexico’s largest releases of 2014.
It keeps the simple set-up of the 1975 classic: When four women move into an old house left by one woman’s aunt, strange things begin to happen. Bizarre voices, visions of ghosts, and mysterious noises lead them to discover the darkest powers of evil and a horror and agony beyond terror.
Along with a soon-to-be-attached sales agent, Neo Art owner Antonia Nava and Latam Distribucion’s Eduardo Caso will deliver a 3D demo to buyers during May’s Cannes Market.
A late August/early September release date is anticipated.
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