A wild, genre-crossing, thrillingly original delight from director Alejandro Fadel (The Wild Ones), which screened as part of Un Certain Regard at Cannes in 2018.
The grisly discovery of a headless woman’s body begins an eerie case for police officer Cruz (Victor Lopez). The death toll continues to increase as the prime suspect insists the crimes are the work of a horrifying monster. Cruz must uncover the truth behind the killer, whose victims’ haunting last words are ‘murder me monster’…
A bold, unconventional thriller with gruesome fantasy and horror inflections, Murder Me, Monster is a striking, uncompromising and unforgettable vision, with shades of David Lynch within its utterly unique tapestry.
★★★★ “A tale of perversion on the pampas, all at once beautiful, mysterious and jaw-droppingly outrageous” Anton Bitel – Through the Trees
★★★★ “This chilling and surreal examination of fear and repression is not for the quesy or feint hearted” Sci-Fi Now
“A metaphysical crossroads between Lynch and Lovecraft” Total Film