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Vacaciones de terror (1989)

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An evil witch gets burned at the stake, but not before vowing to return and get her revenge. A hundred years later a family arrive to spend their vacation at a summer home located in the ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Pedro Fernández ...
Julio
Julio Alemán ...
Fernando
Gabriela Hassel ...
Paulina
Nuria Bages ...
Lorena
Carlos East
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
René Cardona III ...
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Julima Cardona
Ernesto Casillas
Regina De Seeman
Carlos East Jr. ...
Jaimito
Ernesto East ...
Pedrito
José Manuel Fregoso ...
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Gianella Hassel Kus ...
Gaby
Andaluz Russell
Roberto Schlosser
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An evil witch gets burned at the stake, but not before vowing to return and get her revenge. A hundred years later a family arrive to spend their vacation at a summer home located in the same immediate countryside area where the witch was killed. Trouble ensues when little girl daughter Gaby finds an ugly doll that's possessed by the lethal spirit of the malevolent witch. Written by Woodyanders

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Fantastic effort all around
11 March 2013 | by (Los Angeles, Ca) – See all my reviews

Moving to a new house in the country, a family finds the site was used in a witch-burning ceremony hundreds of years earlier and must stop their possessed daughter from unleashing the witch back in their time.

About the top of the heap in terms of just plain cheesy Mexican horror cinema, this one is just a blast it's hard to really hold any flaws against it. Sure, the film is so clichéd it borders on a remake of numerous films, disregards plot for a never-ending series of special effect scenes and never really seems to be as exploitative as it really could've, that last one is really the only legitimate complaint that could be lobbied against this one. It's hard not to be entertained at what goes on here, from the opening witch-burning to the gradual realization of possession coupled all the way through to the film's last half hour, which just has so much fun it's almost criminal due to the fact that it comprises one sequence of the witch's powers being levied against her tormentors and seeing dishes thrown across the room, furniture toppled over, objects magically transform in front of their eyes and much more in one extended, dragged-out sequence is just wonderful cheesy good times, and the fact that the film copies a Gothic trademark with a stand-out burning-down-the-house finale leaves it in good taste afterward. About the only thing wrong with this is just how tame it was.

Rated Unrated/PG-13: Violence and children-in-jeopardy.


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