Argentina's Memory of the Dead is a stylish, inventive supernatural shocker that has been an understandable hit at genre film festivals around the world, and it's certainly one hell of a wild ride, boasting some truly terrifying FX setpieces bathed in a cuckoo, candy-colored visual palette that makes Mario Bava's gothic classics look positively monochromatic by comparison. Following the sudden death of her husband Jorge, the grieving widow Alicia assembles all of his friends to a vast country manor for the reading of Jorge's final letter to his peers. Alicia also has other plans in mind, for she is helping her husband return from the grave through a spell that will find all of the gathered guests forced to confront the (literal) ghosts of their individual pasts. Both scary and hysterical in equal measure, Memory of the Dead is the cinematic equivalent of a funhouse ride. In Spanish with English subtitles.