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‘Nekrotronic’ Review

  • Nerdly
Stars: Ben O’Toole, Dave Beamish, Monica Bellucci, Charmaine Bingwa, Caroline Ford, Benedict Hardie, Tess Haubrich, William Cheung | Written by Kiah Roache-Turner, Tristan Roache-Turner | Directed by Kiah Roache-Turner

Coming from writer and director Kiah Roache-Turner, I was very much looking forward to new Australian horror comedy Nekrotronic. His previous movie Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead was a fantastic all action kick up the ass that the zombie genre needed, so a new movie from him about demons sounded even more intriguing. And we’ve had to wait five long years for it!

It would be too simple to say this is a movie about ghosts. Even if you opened that up a little and said it was a ‘supernatural’ movie, that would be too simple. Because this involves demons, the Internet, zombies (kind of), possession and yes, ghosts.

Our lead character – Howie (Ben O’Toole) – discovers that he is part
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Mexico’s Morbido Enlists Paco Plaza, Preps Eleventh Edition

  • Variety
Mexico’s Morbido Enlists Paco Plaza, Preps Eleventh Edition
Mexico City — Morbido Festival, Mexico’s most important event for genre cinema, has announced that Spain’s Paco Plaza, “Veronica” director and co-creator of the 2007-14 “Rec,” the breakout hit found-footage horror movie series, will be attending the festival and writing a script for one of its newest initiatives.

This year, Morbido Group renovated the haunted house at the biggest and oldest theme park in Mexico, La Feria de Chapultepec. The house sees more than 10,000 visitors a week, and Morbido has enlisted Plaza to write the attraction’s 2019 script.

It’s the latest in an increasingly diverse portfolio of undertakings by Grupo Morbido, which launched Morbido TV in 2015. The service is a Mexican pay TV channel that is now broadcasting in a number of South America countries such as Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, Paraguay and Peru.

The late 1980’s saw the birth of a number of franchises which have held up for decades,
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