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Demon Hunter (1983)

Cazador de demonios (original title)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Rafael Sánchez Navarro ...
Roxana Chávez ...
Roberto Montiel ...
Rubi Re ...
Carmen (as Ruby Re)
Andrés García Jr. ...
Lupe (as Andrés García hijo)
Francisco Carreto ...
Chema (as Pancho Carreto)
Rigoberto Carmona ...
José L. Murillo ...
Guillermo de Alvarado ...
Cirilo (as Memo de Alvarado)
Luis Guevara ...
Jose Tablas ...
Tobias, el brujo
Marcos de Anda ...
Jorge Russek ...
Valentín Trujillo ...


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In the scene in which Padre Martín tells José Luis and Aguilar about the existence of a demon, the shadow of the boom mic appears projected on the background wall and stays there almost for a full minute. See more »


[upon seeing the corpse of one of Don Melquiades' sheep]
José Luis: I am no subject matter expert, but the wounds were definitely made by claws and fangs.
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Cinema's only Nahual horror flick?
30 September 2011 | by (Williamsburg, VA) – See all my reviews

A small town has to deal with a werewolf-like creature called the Nahual after a farmer kills a local shaman who he thinks cursed his stillborn son. Town sheriff Aguilar (Roberto Montiel) and doctor Jose Luis (Rafael Sánchez Navarro) team up to find out what is doing the killing as they refuse to believe it is some mythical monster. Aguilar, in particular, is stubborn and goes to great lengths to convince himself it is a bear. For example, they dig up the shaman's grave, only to find no body but the farmer's severed head. "Ah, the bear must have dug up and eaten the shaman, killed and eaten most of the farmer, and buried his head here" is the sheriff's reasoning. Anyway, the local priest knows better and has the local welder (Valentín Trujillo in a small role) melt down the church's communion cup to make silver bullets. This is pretty standard stuff for Mexican horror, but does earn extra points for some bloody attacks and having a kid die. The end has a tracker come in to find the beast and he actual leaves before they do. The location of the finale is a pretty cool looking abandoned building. The Nahual (aka Nagual) is actually a real beast from Mexican folklore, so that is kind of cool.

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