Many of the vampire genre’s most recent hits come from the international stage, such as New Zealand’s ‘What We Do in the Shadows‘, Iran’s ‘A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night‘, and Sweden’s ‘Let the Right One In’, just to name a few . Now Argentina is looking to sink it’s teeth into the horror genre with the vampire film ‘Children of the Night’ (aka Limbo).
In the film Alice (Sabrina Ramos), a journalist, travels to a remote colony, where children are suffering from a strange incurable illness and only venture outside after sunset. Erda, a strange overly religious woman, played by Ana Maria Gjunta, is the children’s caretaker and the only adult living in the colony. Alice is unaware the she has entered a colony of vampires and that the colony has new plans for humanity.
‘Children of the Night’ was written, directed and produced by Ivan Noel. Noel also filled the role of cinematographer and composed the score of the film. Along with Ramos and Gjunta the films stars Tot Munoz and Lauro Verno. This vampire tale is now available from Artsploitation Films on DVD and Blue-ray.