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Mexican Gothic: The Films of Carlos Enrique Taboada [Hardbox / 2 Disc]

Mexican Gothic: The Films of Carlos Enrique Taboada [Hardbox / 2 Disc]

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Poison for the Fairies:
When young Flavia arrives at her new school she is quickly befriended by Veronica. What starts out as an innocent friendship turns terrifying when Veronica reveals herself to be a Witch. Unsure of the truth, Flavia enters into a manipulative relationship as Veronica's accomplice as the line between what is real and imagined blurs and leads to a spiral of magic, death, sacrifice and murder!

Darker Than Night:
Ophelia has just learned of the death of her Aunt, whom she had never trusted. In a sinister twist of fate, she has now inherited her Aunt's estate, along with all of its tenants, living and dead. Inviting her three close friends along, Ophelia moves into the gothic house. But shortly after disregarding her Aunt's posthumous requests to care for Bequer, the house cat, their lives are turned upside down as horrors reveal themselves and a supernatural force starts to violently pick off the girls one by one!

Rapiña:
Woodcutter Porfirio has always accepted his meager existence, however one day while working in a remote, forested mountain, Porfirio is the sole witness to the crash of a luxury plane. Desperate to escape his circumstances, he seizes the opportunity to loot the wreckage with his neighbor and co-worker, Evodio. But soon, best laid plans lead to treachery and murder…

Product Information

• 2-Disc Region Free Blu-ray Set
• Newly scanned & restored in 4K from their 35mm original camera negatives
• Presented in their original Spanish language soundtracks with newly translated English subtitles
• Newly translated English subtitles

Bonus Features

• Poison For the Fairies - video essay with genre film scholar Valeria Villegas (14 min)
• Darker than Night - video essay with genre film scholar Valeria Villegas (15 min)
• Rapiña - video essay with genre film scholar Valeria Villegas (15 min)
• Reversible sleeve artwork

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