Completely over-hyped in my opinion, Brad McHargue heads to Cuba with his review of Alejandro Brugués’ Juan of the Dead, which screened at this past weekend’s Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas. In the film an outbreak hits Cuba on the anniversary of the revolution, so Juan and his friends set out to conquer the undead who, according to government reports, are unruly Americans continuing their quest of undermining the regime.
“ ‘Juan of the Dead’ is a fun little zombie film…in a landscape where everyone and their mother are making zombie films, [it] definitely stands out as a unique little take on an often overplayed sub-genre.”
You can get Brad’s full take by clicking the title above.
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