- Apr 20, 2015
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This is true also. A lot of good movies end up going by the wayside, drowned out by the noise of the mediocre. There are three times more films made today than ever before (well, not during Covid crisis obviously), so the signal to nose ratio is even more pronounced.
However, I think we're talking more about the general Hollywood product here and not Spanish horror movies. I've yet to watch Erementari myself, but it looks quite good from the trailer.
It's neither Spanish nor horror! But it's AWESOME! It's a Basque language film which, in my opinion, should be watched in Basque with English subtitles. Because the English dubbing was done really poorly. It's much more of a fantasy adventure than a horror film. To my fellow tabletop gamers, it's the closest we'll ever get to Mordheim The Movie.
Even if Hollywood is stuck in endless reboots, Mad Max: Fury Road (and later, Rogue One) proved that doesn't have to mean they're bad.