A horror anthology that's heavy on the Argentinian sociopolitical themes and urban legends. Sadly, as an American who's been distracted by our Nazi-sympathizing president's nonsense, I'm not what you'd call well-read on the current political climate in Argentina. Unfortunately, a lot of this film was lost on me.
UPDATE: It's now been four months since I've seen this film. I think about it at least once a day, and have every day, since June the 14th. Yes, this is a one-star review, but in reality, it's a secret four-star affair.
It's like Napoleon Dynamite, The Room, Swamp Thing and Todd Solondz beat each other to death inside a Tim & Eric sketch, all set to a soundtrack from a Dan Deacon copycat.
The titular 'Greasy Strangler' looks like famed…