A trio of lethal luchadores, El Apache (Tino Zamora), Manny (Manuel Ramirez), and Guero (Art Paul) by name, botch a robbery and find themselves well and truly on the lam. Their numbers soon reduced by one due to misadventure; our deadly duo find themselves in the home of a couple of lovely ladies, Starletta (Sparkle Soojian) and Violet (Nikki Curtis Jones) to be precise, that seem more than accommodating to our protagonists… that is until some supernatural shit hits the fan right quick!
Full of grindhouse bravura, bad dudes, strange transformations, and femme fatales; Day of the Pigs does a hell of a lot to satisfy the ol’ terror tooth in it’s brief twelve minute runtime.
Writer/Director Michael S. Rodriguez (along with Raul Cantu on story assist) brings quite the fully fleshed out concept to life in this one boils n’ ghouls and presents a world of larcenous masked madmen, southern belle witches, body horror, and most importantly… bacon, and it’s a rock solid hoot from frame one, believe you me boils n’ ghouls!
My only real gripe here is that I want to see more of this batshit universe… this could easily make for one hell of a low budget fright flick par excellence that would make the shifty denizens of the glory days of 42nd street rattraps stand up and say “Hot damn, now that is a putrid picture”!… but as it stands it’s a great lil’ bite size nugget of exploitation fright flick fried gold!