Rotten Tomatoes Kicks Off Hispanic Heritage Month With Content Celebrating the Best of Hispanic Culture in Film and Television.

Rotten Tomatoes Kicks Off Hispanic Heritage Month With Content Celebrating the Best of Hispanic Culture in Film and Television.

Rotten Tomatoes celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with new content honoring the best of Hispanic representation in film and television featured in the Rotten Tomatoes Hispanic Heritage Hub, which serves as the go-to source for entertainment lovers to access curated content to help celebrate Latinx culture throughout the month.

This year, Rotten Tomatoes has made updates to many of their most popular guides including the Essential Spanish-Language Movies, Best Spanish-Language Horror Films and Hispanic Movies to Watch with the Whole Family, highlighting recent releases such as EncantoParallel Mothers, and West Side Story.

Check back on Rotten Tomatoes throughout Hispanic Heritage Month for additional content to keep the cultural celebration going, including:

Critic spotlights showcasing some of Rotten Tomatoes’ Hispanic critics

A look at Hispanic Superheroes & Villains On Screen, featuring America Chavez, Blue Beetle, Cisco Ramon and Ghost Rider, among other iconic characters from 13 titles across film and television

Rotten Tomatoes’ archive project featuring Groundbreaking Hispanic Filmmakers

Featured Hispanic critics in Rotten Tomatoes’ “Know Your Critic” series, a column in which they interview Tomatometer-approved critics about their screening and reviewing habits, pet peeves, and personal favorites

Additionally, Rotten Tomatoes Channel (OTT), available on Peacock, The Roku Channel, XUMO TV, and Samsung TV Plus, will continue the month-long promotion of the industry’s best Hispanic representation with new episodes of Rotten Tomatoes Original Series such as RT Essentials and Trailer Trivia, showcasing performances by Latinx artists including Jennifer Lopez and Rosario Dawson.

Fans can find many of the Rotten Tomatoes picks, like the Best Spanish-Language Horror Films, on Fandango’s on-demand streaming service, Vudu, starting September 15. You can find the top tiles to rent or buy HERE.