Ahead of its release next month, the visual feast that is Alejandro Fadel’s Murder Me, Monster (Muere, Monstruo, Muere) has received a suitably visually stunning new poster (above) and a brand new trailer!
Check out the trailer here…
When rural police officer Cruz (Victor Lopez) investigates the bizarre case of a headless woman found in a remote area by the Andes mountains, David (Esteban Bigliardi), the husband of his lover Francisca (Tania Casciani), becomes the prime suspect. David is sent to a local mental hospital after he blames the murder on the inexplicable appearance of a monster who he claims brutally beheads its victims after they plea “Murder Me, Monster”. As more bodies are found it becomes apparent that the culprit may still be at large and Cruz must work fast to determine who, or what, the real monster may be…
Written and directed by Alejandro Fadel (The Wild Ones), Murder Me, Monster (Muere, Monstruo, Muere) stars newcomer Victor Lopez alongside Tania Casciani (Los Ojos Ilorosos), Esteban Bigliardi (La Flor) and Sofia Palomino (Emilia).
Read our review for Murder Me, Monster here.
Murder Me, Monster (Muere, Monstruo, Muere) is in select cinemas and on-demand from 4 December 2020. Check back here next week for our interview with Alejandro Fadel.