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Werewolf: The Legend of Romasanta

3 Ratings: 3.3
A 2004 film directed by Paco Plaza.

Based upon a true story.      aka Werewolf Hunter and Romasanta.

Director: Paco Plaza
Genre: Horror, Action, Adventure
Release Date: May 14, 2004
MPAA Rating: R
1 review about Werewolf: The Legend of Romasanta

The story of a seriel killer who claimed he was a werewolf.

  • Nov 15, 2009
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Manuel Romasanta (Julian Sands) is a traveling salesman who's a nice family guy and writes letter for his fellow illiterate village folk.  A pack of wild dogs are wolves have been causing havoc in the area frightening many people.  When a local wolf hunt fails to stop the brutal killings, all signs point to a person the locals trust the most, Romasanta.  Is he the bloody fiend responsible for these murders or is something else?  Co-staring Maru Valdivelso, Elsa Pataky and Ivana Baquero.  The film was directed by Paco Plaza and co-produced by American filmmaker/Producer Brian Yuzna.

A creepy film that's more of a police procedure/court room drama than a real horror film.  The special effects were good and the brilliant direction from Paco Plaza keeps the movie moving at a nice pace.
Spanish horror films are finally becoming noticed here in the 'states.  These aren't your fathers boring
period pieces or trashy cheaply made schlock (Paul Naschy mundane werewolf/mummy/Dracula films and Jess Franco's snooze fests).  Paco Plaza and Jaume Balaguero are the new faces of horror filmmaking and they have made some underrated and masterfully horror films. I have to recommend this film for those who like to watch in depth and intelligent "terror" flicks.
The story of a seriel killer who claimed he was a werewolf.

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