In 1997, 17-year-old suburban Buenos Aires filmmakers Pablo Parés and Hernan Sáez pooled $450 to co-write/produce/direct and star in a shot-on-VHS zombie epic of such flesh-ripping, gore-spewing greatness that it instantly drew global cult acclaim and redefined the possibilities of extreme DIY horror. Over the next 20 years, Parés, Sáez and their friends would create two increasingly ambitious – and equally brilliant – viscera-soaked sequels (and several short films) that made them “Argentinian George Romeros who’ve built a small empire of gore flicks” (Fangoria). The complete PLAGA ZOMBIE TRILOGY is now presented together for the first time ever, remastered and upscaled to HD by the directors with an all-new documentary and more that celebrates “the pioneers in contemporary Argentinian horror whose passion continues to influence others in Latin America and around the world” (Dread Central).
A Million Zombies — The Story Of PLAGA ZOMBIE
PLAGA ZOMBIE: THE ANIMATED MINIFEARIES
Eight Short Films
PLAGA ZOMBIE Trailer
PLAGA ZOMBIE: ZONA MUTANTE Teaser
PLAGA ZOMBIE: ZONA MUTANTE Trailer
PLAGA ZOMBIE: ZONA MUTANTE: REVOLUCIÓN TÓXICA Trailer