37 years ago, Adrián García Bogliano entered this world, just a slimy baby with a set of lungs on him. Fast forward nearly 40 years and Adrián is one of today’s standout horror contributors.
If the name isn’t immediately ringing a bell, a few of his films certainly should.
Bogliano has been crafting films since the 1990s, cutting his teeth on a string of short films before making the move to feature length pictures with 2004’s Rooms for Tourists. With each film he’s shot, his skillset has improved drastically, and now he can officially lay claim to creating stellar works like I’ll Never Die Alone, Penumbra, Here Comes the Devil, Late Phases, Scherzo Diabolico and the ABCs of Death segment, B is for Bigfoot.
To call the man accomplished is a bit of an understatement. But to call the man the Birthday Boy seems appropriate. Happy birthday, Adrián, you’ve given us some excellent pictures over the years. Here’s to more success down the line!