By Arturo R. García
Now this is the kind of horror movie I can get behind. What’s a guy to do when he finds himself up against a zombie apocalypse?
Why, make a little freelance money, of course.
That’s at least one of the plots driving the upcoming Cuban release Juan De Los Muertos (a.k.a. Juan Of The Dead,) which borrows the title, but seemingly not much else from Shaun Of The Dead. Director Alejandro Brugues told the BBC the film is about how Cubans react to a crisis (“we’ve had a lot of them over the last 50 years”), and the title character’s pragmatism comes across early on in the film’s trailer.
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