Eugenio Martín

Highest Rated: 67% Horror Express (1974)
Lowest Rated: 67% Horror Express (1974)
Birthday: Oct 11, 1941
Birthplace: Not Available
Spanish filmmaker Eugenio Martín learned his craft at the Instituto de Investigaciones y Experiencias Cinematográficas and after graduation worked as an assistant on American productions filmed on location in Spain. Martín made his feature-film debut with Despedida de Soltero/Stag Party (1958). Though he directed films in a variety of genres, Martín was best known for Westerns, and for such horror movies as Pánico en el Transiberiano (1972). Since 1972, Martín has managed the Vega Films S.L. production company, and he occasionally publishes volumes of poetry. Though Martín is occasionally credited for films made under the pseudonym of "Herbert Martin," the penname actually belongs to Italian director Alberto de Martino.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet Supernatural (Sobrenatural) Director 1981
No Score Yet Bad Man's River Director 1974
67% Horror Express Director Screenwriter 1974
No Score Yet It Happened at Nightmare Inn Director 1973
No Score Yet Pancho Villa Director 1972
No Score Yet Hunt the Man Down (Bad Man's River) Director 1971
No Score Yet Una Vela para el Diablo (It Happened at Nightmare Inn) (A Candle for the Devil) (Nightmare Hotel) Director 1970
No Score Yet The Bounty Killer (El precio de un hombre) Director 1968
No Score Yet Tower of London Edward V 1962
No Score Yet Il Conquistatore di Maracaibo (Conqueror of Maracaibo) Director 1961
No Score Yet This Rebel Breed Rudy 1960
No Score Yet Terror in a Texas Town Pepe Mirada 1958

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