Royce, a racist a**hole and washed-up television producer who's now left with doing a series called Paranormal News, plans to kick-start his career again by doing a show about the legendary Latina ghost 'La Llorona,' which involves locking himself into a house that's somehow connected to the legend with a barebones TV crew, with the intention to have his whole crew killed and himself emerging as the only survivor of a paranormal ordeal. And he sees to it that everybody but him is killed by hiring a half-witted thug. Once everyone's locked into the house (the thug included), the killing starts, but almost none of the kills are done by the hired killer, who's more interested in raping the girls on hand. No, most of the deaths can be accounted to the real Llorona who has once lived in this very house!
The opening scene wherein an amorous gentleman is dismembered in a ravishingly violent way is well edited and extremely effective. Revenge of La Llorona does establish Terrence Williams as a director of skill and one with some interesting ideas. I am a terror cowboy and all for fun subversive flesh flashing at the horror hoedown - and there is plenty of it here. Watch out for your necks and your peters! La Llorona just might find a way to misuse them quick! - --HorrorSociety.com
The story here is good, the characters are well written and the acting is really great! Terrence Williams has put together his own mythos here and he could really make La Llorona a female Freddy or Jason quite easily! - --RogueCinema.com
An entertaining low budget shocker that combines a tight and well-written story, decent pacing and a competent directorial effort into a piece of (despite its subject matter) light-hearted but by no means silly fun that doesn't make one mistake so many other low budget shockers tend to make - it doesn't take itself too seriously, and for exactly that reason it works all the better. Also it helps of course that director Terrence Williams has resisted the temptation to use trendy shaky handheld camera footagethat so many other filmmakers think is cool these days following Blair Witch Project - but which has grown really old really fast. A pretty good flick, actually. --SearchMyTrash.com