La Llorona
The Oscar-shortlisted genocide allegory packaged as a horror movie has become a "national standard" in his home country, Bustamante tells IndieWire.
These are so much more than movies just to scare you — but that they will do.
From a stop-motion fright to the legend of a ghostly weeping woman already popular across Latin America, these will send chills down your spine.
Sundance: The brilliant Guatemalan director of "Tremors" and "Ixcanul" returns with a darkly atmospheric story of spiritual trauma.
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