La Cara Oculta (The Hidden Face)

Cinelatino to air special programming for Halloween and Day of the Dead

26 de octubre de 2017


Cinelatino has prepared a chilling lineup of films to celebrate Halloween on its U.S. feed and El Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) on its Latin American feed.

U.S. viewers can enjoy a series of science fiction and horror films starting at 8pm ET/5pm PT on Monday, October 30, while viewers in Latin America can experience some of the most chilling Latin films of all time, beginning Wednesday, November 1, at 5pm MEX/8pm ARG.

The Halloween special includes titles such as:
-Aulas Peligrosas (The Faculty): A sci-fi classic about a small-town high school that finds itself with a faculty issue when the entire staff is suddenly controlled by parasitic aliens. Starring Salma Hayek, Elijah Wood, Jordana Brewster, Josh Hartnett and Famke Janssen.

-El Cuervo (The Crow): Exactly one year after the vicious murder of him and his fiancée, a poetic guitarist is suddenly brought back to life by the powers of a magical crow. Brandon Lee stars in his final role before his on-set death, in this gothic story of vengeance.

-La Cara Oculta (The Hidden Face): A haunting Colombian thriller that pushes the limits of love and trust to the extreme, when a jealous girlfriend accidentally locks herself in a hidden room.

The Day of the Dead special features titles like:
El Coco (The Bogeyman): Colombia's most entertaining comedians find themselves trapped in a spooky mansion where, in the midst of witchcraft, calls from beyond and strange appearances, they must heroically confront the one character who strikes fear in all children: El Coco. Featuring Julián Madrid "Piroberta", Pedro González "Don Jediondo", Alexandra Restrepo "Sagrario", and Gustavo Adolfo Villanueva "La Bruja Dioselina."

Exorcismo Documentado: The Guatemalan box office hit based on the true-life horror story of a 16-year-old girl who is possessed by an evil spirit.

La Llorona 3 (The Wailer 3): The prequel to La Llorona and La Llorona 2, this origin story uncovers the truth about one of Latin America’s most feared fictional creatures.

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