The Stranger delivers "its own singular, and gruesome, distinctions. ", The New York Times
Eli Roth (Cabin Fever, Hostel, The Green Inferno) provides a fascinating masterpiece from writer/director Guillermo Amoedo (Aftershock, The Green Inferno, Knock Knock) with this macabre and gruesome tale embeddeded in a village.
A strange stranger, Martin (Cristobal Tapia-Montt), arrives seeking to kill his wife Ana (Lorenza Izzo, The Green Inferno, Aftershock) who struggles with a really harmful illness that makes her as addicted to human blood as he is. But when he finds that Ana has been dead for a number of years, Martin chooses to dedicate suicide to definitively eradicate this peculiar illness which imbues his blood with recovery powers. Before he can do it, nevertheless, Martin is extremely assaulted by three local criminals, lead by Caleb, the son of a corrupt authorities lieutenant. The occurrence all of a sudden starts a chain-reaction that plunges the neighborhood into a bloodbath.