Curse of La Llorona (Region 1 DVD)

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Product Details

Barcode
760137212898
Department
Movies & TV
Released
9 Apr 2019
Type
Movies
Format
DVD
Genre
Horror
Region
Region 1
Studio
Music Video Distributors
Runtime
75 min
Age Restriction
UN
Supply Source
USA

Movie

Title
Curse of La Llorona
Release Year
2019
Running Time
75 min
Categories
Horror/Suspense / Demonic Possession / Family Crises / Parenthood / Supernatural
Synopsis
Director/co-writer Michael Chaves's horror film draws supernatural inspiration from Mexican folklore. In 1970s Los Angeles, a social worker discovers that the children under her care are being pursued by the Weeping Woman: a female ghost who abducts living children because she lost her own child. She turns to a priest for assistance in warding off the terrifying maternal spectre.
Release Notes
DVD Features:
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Cast & Crew
Director
Michael Chaves
Star
Linda Cardellini / Raymond Cruz / Marisol Ramirez / Sean Patrick Thomas / Patricia Velasquez
Co-Star
Oliver Alexander / Tony Amendola / Roman Christou / John Marshall Jones / Irene Keng / Jaynee-Lynne Kinchen / Andrew T. Lee / Aiden Lewandowski / Ricardo Mamood-Vega / Paul Rodriguez / Jaydan Valdivia
Screenwriter
Mikki Daughtry / Tobias Iaconis
Composer
Joseph Bishara
Special Effects
Sean Gordon / Ryan Thuottle / Dan Yeager
Director of Photography
Michael Burgess
Hairstylist
Sarah Ault / Richard DeAlba
Assistant Director
James Moran / Jeffrey Wetzel
Sound
Scott Martin Gershin
Sound Re-Recording
Joe Barnett / Adam Jenkins
Stunt Coordinator
Kurt Bryant / Rob King
Set Decorator
Sandra Skora
Makeup
Mara Rouse
Post-Production Supervisor
Pam Winn Barnett
Visual Effects Designer
Digital Domain / Ingenuity Studios
Production Manager/UPM
Carrie Morrow / Philip Waley
Special Makeup Effects
Gage Munster
Movie Critics
Hollywood Reporter
"[T]he ghost -- a yellow-eyed creep weeping icky black tears and wearing a wedding dress -- does start haunting Sam and Chris, moving through their nighttime environs in a series of cheap jump-scares."
John DeFore (15 Mar 2019, )
RogerEbert.com
"In his feature debut, Chaves proves himself a close student to James Wan’s visual style, including spooky set pieces that psych out the audience and good use of darkness and interior space..."
Monica Castillo (19 Apr 2019, )