Tuesday, May 08, 2018

The Night of the Virgin Brings Nico and a Demon Closer Together this Summer: Official Trailer

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The Night of the Virgin is the latest film release from Cleopatra Entertainment. Developed by director Roberto San Sebastián and writer Guillermo Guerrero, the film involves a young man, determined to lose his virginity at a New Year's Eve party. Unfortunately, he picks a true demon-in-the-sheets. The Night of the Virgin is a horror comedy starring: Javier Bodalo (The Devil's Backbone, 2001), Miriam Martin, Victor Amilibia, Ignatius Farray and Rocio Suarez. The film's official trailer and release details are hosted here.

From the synopsis, Nico (Bodalo) meets Medea (Martin). Nico pursues this mature woman for a round of "celebratory sex." Instead of sex, he ends up receiving a lecture, just before Medea's boyfriend returns home. Nico is now trapped in an apartment and he will not be allowed to leave without risking his life.

The Night of the Virgin is an award winning film and set to release shortly. This title has received at least 13 festival awards, including: "Best Film" (Nightmare Film Festival), "Best Feature Film" (Morbido Fest) and "Best Movie" (Grossmann Fantastic Film and Wine Festival). As well, The Night of the Virgin will show on Digital platforms this June 12th, before showing on DVD this July 10th. Fans of comedy or of horror can take a look at the film soon, with more details on the film below.

Release Date : June 12, 2018 and July 10th, 2018 (DVD).

Director: Roberto San Sebastián.

Writer: Guillermo Guerrero.

Cast: Javier Bódalo Miriam Martín Víctor Amilibia.

The trailer for The Night of the Virgin:



*most readers will recognize the name Media from the famous Greek play. In the play, Medea takes revenge on Jason (of the Argonauts), her husband, by killing her own children.

More details on The Night of the Virgin at Cleopatra Entertainment: The Night of the Virgin Details at Cleopatra

The DVD version is available for pre-orders, here:




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