“We like films that have a message.” Lorís Simón Salum told me last Friday during a phone conversation around lunch time. I was sitting in my car on my lunch[…]
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The 10th edition of Latin Wave: New Films from Latin America is less than a week away at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston and runs from April 30 –[…]
I remember nearly 15 years ago, when I first saw some of the Huevo Cartoons online. I was in High School, and we had just got past dial up and[…]
I was pleasantly surprised by Behavior (Conducta) when I attended the Latin Wave Film Festival at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston last month. Marian Luntz and Diana Sanchez introduced[…]
I had a chance to see Güeros at the Latin Wave Film Festival at the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston a few weekends ago. I had built up a[…]
*Spoiler Alert!* I began writing a review the other day for Ex Machina, but had to stop, take a couple of days to think it over, read a few interviews[…]
*Spoilers ahead.* Más negro que la noche (Darker Than Night) (2014) is a creepy visual treat that should be watched in theaters to really take in the detail of the[…]
Latin Wave 10 at the Museum of Fine Arts – Houston begins on April 30, 2015 and runs through May 3, 2015. Be sure to check back in, as we’ll[…]
Más negro que la noche (Darker Than Night) is a campy, creepy, classic horror movie. It was written and directed by Carlos Enrique Taboada in 1975 and still holds up[…]
The 21st Lleida Latin-American Film Festival ended yesterday, and Mexico took home some top awards this past week for both Cantinflas and Güeros. The Lleida Latin-American Film Festival (Mostra de[…]