Angel Negro 2004 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
From acclaimed Chilean director Jorge Olguin (Sangra Eterna), Angel Negro pushes the limits of horror to the max! When the lovely Angel disappears following a jubilant graduation party, leaving only questions. Years later, her group of friends numbers diminish at the hands of a mysterious serial killer, Angel’s ex-boyfriend attempts to answer all questions surrounding her disappearance and the subsequent string of murders. Celebrated worldwide as the first Chilean horror film after a highly successful theatrical run, Olguin’s ultra low-budget debut packs in more scares and suspense than the Scream trilogy but also features creative murder set-pieces, harrowing pacing and a terrifying plot that will rattle even the most jaded genre-fan’s bones. Fans of Argento and Fulci will stand up and take note of this distinctly South American take on giallo mythos in a murder-mystery drenched in blood with style and substance to spare. This DVD debut comes fully stocked with Tromatic extras, including two audio-commentaries: one in english and another by director Olguin in spanish!