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Carlos Enrique Taboada

'[Silvia Moreno-Garcia on Carlos Enrique Taboada] Taboada understood the inherent budget limitations a horror film would face and rolled with the punches. The result was a tale of a group of schoolgirls who think they are haunted by the ghost of a dead classmate in Hasta el viento tiene miedo (1968), the first of several Gothic films which relied a lot on psychological horror and very little on… Read more
'[Silvia Moreno-Garcia on Carlos Enrique Taboada] Taboada understood the inherent budget limitations a horror film would face and rolled with the punches. The result was a tale of a group of schoolgirls who think they are haunted by the ghost of a dead classmate in Hasta el viento tiene miedo (1968), the first of several Gothic films which relied a lot on psychological horror and very little on special effects. Instead of rubber masks, Taboada used atmosphere. Instead of fake thrills, he asked for decent performances.' Read less
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