SATANIC HISPANICS MOVIE REVIEW
El Paso police come in and raid a building full of dead Latinos, finding one lone survivor know as “The Traveler.” He’s brought to the station for interrogation. The Traveler informs the police that they only have 90 minutes before their world comes to an end. The cops thinking this person is crazy, keep questioning him, who gives answers through 4 different short stories. The whole movie is an anthology of short horror stories based on traditions and folklore of different Hispanic sects. Join Mike the Editor, Jordan, and Chad as they set up Fall with a good scare.
DIRECTED BY: Alejandro Brugués, Mike Mendez, Demián Rugna, Gigi Saul Guerrero, Eduardo Sánchez
STARRING: Efren Ramirez, Jonah Ray, Hemky Madera, Patricia Velasquez, Greg Grunberg, Ari Gallegos, Jacob Vargas, Sonya Eddy, Demián Salomón, Vince Lozano, Chaton Anderson, Ken Arnold. Lombardo Boyar, Alejandro Brugués, Jessica Cameron, Danielle Chaves, Graham Denman, Tihomir Dukic, Thomas Haley, Christopher Huff, Morgana Ignis, Pedro Joaquín, Sean Keller, Sam Lukowski, Luis Machin, Victoria Maurette, Kent McGuire, Daniela Medeiros, Mike Mendez, Missy Merry, Jesus Meza, Marcio Moreno, Christian Rodrigo, Darien Rothchild, Gabriela Ruíz, Lucas Sanchez, Noel Jason Scott, Carlos Segane, William Bond Seltzer, Mark Steger, Ace Underhill, Carlos L. Vasquez, Michael C. Williams, Richard Zane
Chad Halvorsen (Screener Squad)
Chad Halvorsen currently resides in Milwaukee, WI, where he produces and edits commercials, films, and everything in between. He was always a fan of film/television growing up, spending days in the Summer, making (terrible) home movies with his brothers. Little did he know that passion would carry on into adulthood. Since 2006, Chad has worked for several agencies in various departments. Shooting, producing, editing, production management, directing, and when forced to, writing copy. In 2015, Chad decided to take the big leap and become a freelancer. Since then, he’s produced content for Lyft, AT&T, Target, and Discovery Network. His passion lies in entertaining people, making them feel better, even for a moment. All the pain and suffering of this business is worth it, if even just one person views his work. Chad is a frequent podcaster, most notably posing as a co-host for the podcast “The Film Illogical Society.”
Mike J. McAllister (Screener Squad, Staff Writer, Head Video Editor)
Mike J. McAllister is a filmmaker, editor, writer and animator. He is also a film junkie, dog lover and Surge-aholic (Hi, Mike). He grew up in a small town in Western Pennsylvania, where he earned the reputation as the “human IMDb” and was on a first-name basis with every video store clerk in town. He later studied film in Pittsburgh. He has since written several unproduced screenplays and TV pilots. He has also produced a number of short films, some of which have appeared in festivals across the country. He is a ninja with Final Cut Pro and is armed with a mind full of mostly useless pop-culture trivia. He also enjoys animation, MST3K, classic video games and being the “music geek” among his friends (which really just means he buys vinyl and listens to music that doesn’t come from an anime soundtrack). He resides in Austin, Texas, and can be followed on the Instamagrams at @ohheyitsmikejm.
Jordan Cobb (Screener Squad)
Born with a comic book in one hand, a camera in the other, and in front of the television as WrestleMania played out, Jordan Worth Cobb was thus birthed into this crazy world. A Digital Filmmaking major from the University of Central Arkansas, Jordan has done it all in film from directing, writing, editing, and producing in addition to skills involved in film and TV criticism, journalism, and years of podcasting experience. On any given day, her ADHD riddled brain bounces focus from film to pro wrestling to TV to superheroes to noir to video games to espionage and yes, even to sports. She played little league you know. For more of this eccentric nerd, you can follow her on Twitter here and read her original writings on Deepest Corners of My Notebook.
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