Directed by: Román Viñoly Barreto
Stars: Olga Zubarry, Roberto Escalada, Nelly Panizza
Language: Spanish + Commentary (2nd track) | Subtitles: English (embed)
Commentary by Argentina’s leading film archivist and cinema historian Fernando Martín Peña
Country: Argentina | Imdb Info | Ar: 1.370 | Brrip
Also known as: El vampiro negro
Description: This “feminist” reworking of Fritz Lang’s classic M focuses on the mothers of children stalked by a deranged pedophile.
2.10GB | 89:56mins | 1480×1080 | mkv
Introduction to El vampiro negro (The Black Vampire) – by author, film historian, and “noirchaeologist” Eddie Muller
30MB | 3:55mins | 1280×720 | mkv | English | Sub: English
The 3 Faces of “M” (2022) – imdb a critical comparison of the three versions of M, produced by Steven C. Smith and writer/film historian Alan K. Rode, and featuring interviews with writer/film historian Imogen Sara Smith, biographer Patrick McGilligan, biographer Stephen Youngkin, film critic Beth Accomando, Eddie Muller, and Alan K. Rode
387MB | 43:54mins | 986×720 | mkv | English | Sub: English
Art in the Blood – an interview with visual artist Daniel Viñoly, son of visionary director Román Viñoly Barreto
278MB | 23:58mins | 1280×720 | mkv | English | Sub: English
AMAZING work! Thanks so much Rarelust, you always rule!
Great movie, with the eternal beauty of Olga Zubarry and the sad creepiness of Nathan Pinzón
reposted after fixing audio issue
many thanks indeed!
Thanks for the version of M by Fritz Lang from the Argentinian cult classic! Nathan Pinzon was a horror insitution here.
Nathan Pinzón, one of the cultiest argentine actors. He always played the bad guy seldom in comedy roles.
A sinister icon, he presented the memorable horror films broadcast in an air channel, entitled Viaje a lo inesperado, which played hundred of horror and mystery classics.
That black and white photography alone looks brilliant. Didn’t realize it was connected to M.