- An MVD Exclusive
- SKU: EP-202309
- Format: Blu-ray
- UPC: 690277790416
- Street Date: 12/19/23
- PreBook Date: 11/07/23
- Label: Epic Pictures »
- Genre: Horror
- Run Time: 113 mins
- Number of Discs: 1
- Audio: STEREO
- Year of Production: 2022
- Region Code: 0
- Box Lot: 100
- Territory: US,CA
Cast & Crew
- Actor: Efren Ramirez
- Actor: Greg Grunberg
- Actor: Jonah Ray Rodrigues
- Actor: Jacob Vargas
- Actor: Hemky Madera
- Actor: Patricia Velasquez
- Actor: Demián Salomón
- Actor: Luis Machin
- Actor: Ari Gallegos
- Director: Mike Mendez
- Director: Demian Rugna
- Director: Eduardo Sánchez
- Director: Gigi Saul Guerrero
- Director: Alejandro Brugues
- Producer: Patrick Ewald
- Producer: Mike Mendez
- Producer: Alejandro Brugues
- Director: Alejandro Brugues, Gigi Saul Guerrero, Mike Mendez, Demian Rugna, Eduardo Sánchez
- Producers: Mike Mendez, Patrick Ewald, Alejandro Brugues
A lone survivor recounts tales of horrors after police find a house full of dead bodies.
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When police raid a house in El Paso, they find it full of dead Latinos, and only one survivor. Known as "The Traveler," he is taken to the police station for questioning. There, he recounts tales of horrors from his life, chronicling portals leading to other worlds, mythical beings, demons and the undead; he speaks of legends from Latin America. Satanic Hispanics tells stories by top Latin filmmakers that showcase the skills of Hispanic talent, both on and off screen.
- Folklore horror movies are back with popular films like 'Midsommar', 'The VVitch' and 'The Wicker Man'
- Stars Greg Grunberg (The Fablemans, 'Lost', Max Reload and the Nether Blasters) and Efren Ramirez (Napoleon Dynamite, Crank)
- Limited Theatrical Release on September 14, 2023!
- From Epic Picrtures, the company that brought you 'Terrifier', 'Turbo Kid' and 'The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then the Bigfoot'.
A horror anthology that celebrates Hispanic heritage and produces an eclectic mix of tales that take bold, diverse swings. That variation provides a strange yet captivating journey.
—Meagan Navarro, Bloody Disgusting
Satanic Hispanics is a cinematic brujeria: both healing and empowering. Brutally funny, it does have good gore, but most of the real horror takes place in the cathedral of your mind.
—Dolores Quintana, Nightmarish Conjurings
Satanic Hispanics is a near-perfect anthology. With so many different tones and themes, it also manages to tell an astounding wrap-around that holds it all together.
—Kate Sánchez, But Why Tho?
Satanic Hispanics is a gattdamn hoot and gold-star anthology. It's genuinely scary when it needs to be and packed wall-to-wall with goofy gags.
—Jonathan DeHaan, Nightmare on Film Street
Satanic Hispanics is a whole lot of fun with some good gore, fantastic acting, and stories that work together really well. The film is one of those anthologies that will be fun to rewatch again and again through the years.
—Emilie Black, Cinema Crazed
Impressive in its ease of atmosphere and keeping the number of stories manageable, Satanic Hispanics stands to be a real festival crowd pleaser.
—Caitlyn Downs, Scared Sheepless
There's a fluidity that strikes multiple horror nerves while offering varied experiences from gut-clenching laughs to squirm-in-discomfort scariness.
—Matt Donate, Slashfilm
A strange collection of stories that plays as a tonal roller-coaster of ups and downs, Satanic Hispanics has something for everyone.
—Kat Hughes, THN