Aftershock Review | Den of Geek

You have to credit Eli Roth and Nicolas López. It takes cojoñes to make a horror film out of the real life tragedy of the 2010 Chilean earthquake. In a devastation that took at least 550 lives and affected 93 percent of the Chilean population with blackouts, property damage and a terrifying tsunami, one must have a bit of a warped mind to make a FICTIONAL horror out of this nightmare. But that may just be the brilliance of director López’s film, which he co-wrote with Roth and Guillermo Amoedo.

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