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“Muerte: Tales of Horror” Brings Texas Flair to Anthology Format

Monday, April 15, 2019 | News

By ROCCO THOMPSON

Night Creature Productions’ award-winning, Texas-made anthology frightener MUERTE: TALES OF HORROR is available now on Amazon, with streaming options on Comcast’s VOD service to follow in June. 

The film tells four stories found in a mysterious comic book stolen from a local curio shop featuring vampires, witches, demons and the titular Latin boogeyman “El Cucuy.”  Shot between Corpus Christi and San Antonio, director Christopher Ambriz brings a distinct South Texas flavor to these macabre tales which are filled to the brim with handcrafted special effects that are sure to please fans of 80s horror. MUERTE: TALES OF HORROR was awarded “Best of Fest” at the South Texas Underground Film Festival.

Rocco Thompson
Rocco is a Chicago-based writer, editor, and programmer. An avid devotee of all things weird and outrageous, he seeks to bring attention to and recontextualize forgotten or misunderstood films through impassioned study and analysis. His heart belongs to Jason Voorhees, Lucio Fulci, and Elvira. Follow him on Instagram: @rosemarys_gayby