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Cañitas. Presencia (2007)

The movie that tells the story of a very famous poltergeist that allegedly really happened to a family in Mexico city

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Credited cast:
Armando Hernández ...
Carlos Trejo
Mariana Ávila ...
Sofia
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Norma Trejo
Juan Pablo Medina ...
Fernando
Felipe Colombo ...
Emmanuel
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Sophie Alexander-Katz ...
Clienta (as Sophié Alexander)
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Doña Elvia
René Campero ...
Brujo
Juan Carlos Colombo ...
Pastor Lara
Elia Domensain ...
Sol (as Elia Domenzain)
Alexis Isaac Garcia ...
Luis Trejo (as Alexis Garcia)
Alejandro Lago ...
Jorge Trejo (as Alex Lago)
Fernando Luján ...
Don Fernando
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Abel
Rodrigo Ostap ...
Evaristo
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The movie that tells the story of a very famous poltergeist that allegedly really happened to a family in Mexico city

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Rated R for some violent content
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30 March 2007 (Mexico)  »

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Cañitas  »

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Audiences criticed the film's takes and the camera's movements, they didn't let see nothing or sometimes made the audiences feel dizzy. See more »

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Get away and don't look back
19 September 2013 | by See all my reviews

So, you are entertaining the idea of watching this Mexican flick? Perhaps you heard that it is based on a very famous book authored by some big-time researcher? Well, as you know there are different ways of being famous and this movie and its related book are extremely famous for being perhaps some of the worst ever works of fiction made by any person during the course of human history. It's author is a well known fraud. This movie is so catastrophically moronic and staggeringly bad, is so bad indeed that any attempt to measure its true terribleness would create a black hole that would destroy the universe as we know it. The acting, the music, the filming, lighting, every single thing that you can imagine is bad with this movie. So please, turn around and run away from it as fast as you can and never look back. This is quite probably the lowest point of Mexican cinema, from this point forward it can only be better, they have effectively hit rock bottom.


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