Latinx Horror Films to Watch This Halloween Weekend

It’s spooky season and we’ve made a list of some of our favorite horror films! Are you watching any scary movies in honor of  Halloween?

  1. La Llorona (2019, Jayro Bustamante)

A photo set of the 2019 film, La Llorona

Jayro Bustamante’s quiet masterpiece is a retelling of the classic legend of La Llorona made for contemporary audiences. It’s atmospheric, quiet, slow — like still water.Don’t go into this film expecting jump scares, instead just float along with the images on the screen.

Watch Now: Shudder

  1. Vampires vs. The Bronx (2020, Oz Rodriguez)

  1. Tigers Are Not Afraid (2017, Issa López)

  1. Night of the Living Dead (1968, George Romero)

We couldn’t have a list without the iconic Cuban American director, George Romero. Night of the Living Dead has scared and influenced generations of zombie loving horror fans.

Watch Now: Amazon Prime (but also the Wikipedia page?) 


  1. Cronos ( 1993, Guillermo Del Toro)

Del Toro’s

  1. Good Manners (2017, Marco Dutra, Juliana Rojas)

Myseterious women, love and werewolves — what’s not to love? This 2017 film features a sapphic romance and the bonds between found families.