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MY DEAD HUSBAND DOESN'T LEAVE ME ALONE
on July 26, 2013
The film touches on multiple themes as a domestic violence victim (Monika Munoz) seeks the help of a Latino charlatan Roque (Roberto Montesinos) who is not all bad. Roque is the topic of film being shot by Pilar Franco (Adriana Cataño). Unable to help the woman, she seeks the aid of the mysterious Macumba (Mariana Da Silva) who gives her a potion for her husband to drink.
By the time the Zombie Farm aspect enters the film, it has about twenty minutes left. The bulk of the film is about building the character of Roque who makes general statements about Latino's envy of white society which is a far larger part of the film than the zombie aspect.
The film is not badly done, and pretty decent for a low budget independent. But on a pure zombie scale, it is strictly second tier.
Parental Guide: F-bomb. No sex, or nudity.