“You’d be hard-pressed to find a more delightfully weird show this summer than HBO’s Los Espookys,” writes Laura Bradley. The comedy, she explains, “is set in an unnamed Latin American country and follows a group of four friends as they balance the launch of their horror-productions company with family obligations, money issues, and unlocking the darkest secrets of their personal histories by watching The King’s Speech.” To read the full article, click here.
“Bizarre and brazenly silly, Los Espookys is a sweet, wacky ode to the strange wrinkles in everyday existence,” says Meghan O’Keefe Unlike most prestige comedies of the day, which lean hard into existential dread and cinematic gloss, Los Espookys revels in its chintz and camp. Whether it’s the show’s steadfast devotion to the horror genre or its many riffs on telenovela clichés, this is a comedy series that doesn’t take itself too seriously.” To read more, click here.
Here’s Los Spookys cinematographer Benjamin Echazarreta.