Romasanta: The Werewolf Hunt DVD

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Based on the true story of Spain’s most gruesome Werewolf murders.In 19th Century Spain, a travelling seller with a woman in every town is the keeper of an ancient secret. This handsome, charming ladykiller may also be leaving a trail of bloody murder in his wake that the locals attribute to “the Werewolf of Allariz”. Barbara lives with her sister, isolated in the deep forest. Her happiness comes when the mysterious seller comes to call, but why has he no fear of the wolves that lurk under the darkening trees and what does he keep hidden from view inside his wagon?Based... on the true facts of a real murder case, starring Horror veteran Julian Sands (Warlock, Rose Red) and directed by Paco Plaza (REC 1&2), Romasanta is a sensual, horrifying and boldly original take on the Werewolf genre. [show more]

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Released
16 May 2011
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
Arrow Video 
Classification
Runtime
97 minutes 
Features
Colour, PAL, Subtitled 
Barcode
5027035006390 
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Period horror set in mid nineteenth-century Galicia. A terror is stalking the land: people are disappearing daily, their bodies appearing covered in savage gashes coupled with precise surgical cuts. The legend of the 'Werewolf of Allariz' spreads across the land like wildfire. When Barbara (Elsa Pataky) falls in love with travelling vendor Manuel Romasanta (Julian Sands), she is at first besotted with him - but soon begins to be suspicious of him, and wonders what has happened to her sister, who - after being escorted by Romasanta to the city - seems to have disappeared forever. The film was screened at the 2004 Frightfest in London.