In Chile, an American tourist’s vacation goes from good to great when he meets some beautiful women travellers. But when an earthquake ravages the underground nightclub they’re in, a fun night quickly turns to terror. Escaping to the surface is just the beginning as they face nightmarish chaos above ground. –TIFF
At 12 years old López started writing for Chile’s most prestigious newspaper (El Mercurio). With his column ‘Memories of a Penguin,’ he gained devoted followers and ultimately an expulsion from school for poking fun at the Chilean education system.
In 1998 he founded the site Sobras.com, which commented on films, television, video games, and comic books. Sobras grew and became López’s production company, Sobras International Pictures. Through Sobras he started directing music videos (Nominated, MTV Video Music Awards, 2002) and screenwriting (MTV Latin Awards, 2003). He also created the comedy show ‘Piloto MTV,’ (MTV Latin America) which he wrote, directed, and starred in.
In 2004, López wrote and directed his first feature film: ‘Promedio Rojo,’ a dark teen comedy that Quentin Tarantino called, “The funniest movie of the year.” ‘Promedio Rojo’ was a box-office smash. It was selected by film festivals across the world including Mar del Plata IFF (Argentina), Tokyo IFF… read more
Horrifically dull genre film that does nothing with its very misleading (in my eyes) concept. Instead lazily jumping from stereotype to cliche.
Una mala broma. Su mayor problema es que siente estar siendo arriesgada todo el tiempo cuando lamentablemente es todo lo contrario. Predecible, absurda, estúpida y el segundo fracaso en un mes (junto a Hemlock Grove) con el nombre de 'Eli Roth' como productor y escritor. Alguien digale a Eli Roth que el ser cruel con sus personajes no significa hacer algo novedoso, menos cuando lo hace con personajes tan vacios.