A young man and his family encounter one of the many spirits that lurk throughout the Rio Grande Valley. He and his family must confront the evil head-on in effort to be freed from its grip.
Haunted Valley is the first feature from director Juan Daniel Zavaleta to be produced in The South Texas Rio grande Valley.
Pablo (J. Salomé Martínez, Jr.) is a Bible-quoting hit man who works along side of his wise-cracking sidekick Pedro (Nicolas Guzmán).
The dual relish in their work and even offer their victims the opportunity to redeem themselves before terminating their life.
Conflict occurs when Pablo is asked to kill a local pastor whose community outreach is curtailing the neighborhood drug trade. The security of his family, his friendship to Pedro and his own life are threatened when Pablo has second thoughts about killing a Reverend.
After finding that her husband has been unfaithful, Carmela decides to take matters into her own hands while underestimating the cost. Soon she is trapped in a world of blackmail and deception.
Winner of the 'BEST FEATURE' award at the 2010 Naperville Independent Film Festival and was also nominated for 'Best Actress' and 'BEST DIRECTOR'. It also screened as part of the Chicago Latino Film Festival that same year.
A South Texas Film Studio