The Curse of La Llorona
Linda Cardellini and Patricia Velasquez


Overview - Director/co-writer Michael Chaves's horror film draws supernatural inspiration from Mexican folklore. In 1970s Los Angeles, a social worker discovers that the children under her care are being pursued by the Weeping Woman: a female ghost who abducts living children because she lost her own child. She turns to a priest for assistance in warding off the terrifying maternal spectre.

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Overview

Director/co-writer Michael Chaves's horror film draws supernatural inspiration from Mexican folklore. In 1970s Los Angeles, a social worker discovers that the children under her care are being pursued by the Weeping Woman: a female ghost who abducts living children because she lost her own child. She turns to a priest for assistance in warding off the terrifying maternal spectre.

Main Cast & Crew

Michael Chaves - Director
Linda Cardellini
Patricia Velasquez
Raymond Cruz
Sean Patrick Thomas
Marisol Ramirez
Madeleine McGraw
John Marshall Jones
Jaynee-Lynne Kinchen
Irene Keng
Ricardo Mamood-Vega

 
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  • Format: DVD
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 883929667901
  • Genre: Horror
  • Rating: R (MPAA) (violence and terror)
  • Release Date: August 2019

Related Categories:
Movies > Horror/Suspense

Related Keywords:
Demonic Possession
Supernatural
Parenthood
Family Crises
Mexican

 
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Reviews:
"[T]he ghost -- a yellow-eyed creep weeping icky black tears and wearing a wedding dress -- does start haunting Sam and Chris, moving through their nighttime environs in a series of cheap jump-scares." - 03/15/2019 Hollywood Reporter


"In his feature debut, Chaves proves himself a close student to James WanÂ’s visual style, including spooky set pieces that psych out the audience and good use of darkness and interior space..." - 04/19/2019 RogerEbert.com

 
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