H6: Diary of a Serial Killer

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H6: Diary of a Serial Killer
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Directed by Martín Garrido Barón
Produced by Mark Albela
Denise O'Dell
Written by Martín Garrido
Starring Raquel Arenas
Alejo Sauras
Antonio Mayans
Music by Gaby Jamieson
José Sánchez-Sanz
Cinematography Sergio Delgado
Edited by Samuel Gómez
Distributed by Aurum Producciones
Release dates
29 April 2005
Running time
92 minutes
Country Spain
Language Spanish
Budget € 1.2 Million

H6: Diary of a Serial Killer is a 2006 Spanish horror film directed by Martín Garrido Barón and was written by Martín Garrido.[1]


H6 tells the story of Antonio Frau, a serial killer set free after serving 25 years in jail for the violent murder of his girlfriend. After inheriting an old motel from a relative he never knew, he sees this as a signal and takes to his holy task of relieving the grief of those who have lost the will to live. He takes his victims to room Number 6 in the motel where he 'purifies' them, while, at the same time, continues his everyday life next to his wife. A mistake leads to his arrest, and his plan to become rich and famous takes relevance.


  • Fernando Acaso as Antonio Frau
  • Ángel Alarcón as Francisca's Father
  • Raquel Arenas as Rosa
  • Ruperto Ares as Pablo
  • María José Bausá as Francisca
  • Ramón Del Pomar as Curro
  • Miquel Fernandez as Antonio Frau
  • Martín Garrido as Miguel Oliver
  • Antonio Mayans as Dr. Planas
  • Sonia Moreno as Tina
  • Xènia Reguant as Marisa
  • Mark San Juan as Peralta
  • Alejo Sauras as Cristóbal
  • Elena Seguí as Soledad Mendez
  • Miquel Sitjar as Flores


The film premiered on 29 April 2005 as part of the Málaga Film Festival.[2] It was on 3 November 2005 part of the San Sebastián Horror and Fantasy Film Festival and the renomated Festival de Cine Negro de Manresa on 19 November 2005.[3] H6 had a theatrical release in Spain on 7 July 2006 and was in the United States released as direct to video production on 21 November 2006.[4]


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