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Rather, Alex De La Iglesia's The Last Circus is coming to America, and Magnet releasing have unveiled their first stateside trailer for the film.I suspect a lot of the film's subtext about the recent political history of Spain will mean less to an American audience, but there's always the beautiful images, and hardcore clown violence.For[...]
Alex de la Iglesia's The Spark of Life is one of my most keenly anticipated films of the year, alongside his previous film, The Last Circus I guess this means "he's back" for me While I can still remember, intellectually, how crushing The Oxford Murders turned out to be, I can't feel it in my gut[...]
I first told you about it on New Year's Eve, when it was going to be called Spark of Life; now it's being called As Luck Would Have It and has turned up in Variety. Here's the plot premise that they have for the film: A once whiz-kid publicist now out of work for three […]
Alex De La Iglesia's most recent film, The Last Circus or The Trumpet's Last Ballad or The Tumpet's Sad Ballad or, perhaps most properly, Balada Triste de Trompeta, is still to make its way to English speaking territories, leaving me hanging Meanwhile, the director has appeared on the Spanish TV show, Versión Española and discussed his[...]
Alex de la Iglesia's Balada Triste de Trompeta, or The Last Circus, is expected to redeem the director's reputation after the inert blob that was The Oxford Murders The scary clowns on the film's poster, as you can see above, are definitely a good start Shudder Shiver Trickle I'm also intrigued by the film's premise[...]