Julieta is a young child psychologist hired by millionaire Eugenio Ruvalcaba, to work with his only daughter, Sylvia, who has severe emotional problems, while staying in their isolated ... See full summary »
Julio Cesar Estrada
Several people are hunted by a cruel serial killer who kills his victims in their dreams. While the survivors are trying to find the reason for being chosen, the murderer won't lose any chance to kill them as soon as they fall asleep.
Well I exaggerated a little. But to be honest, "Cañitas" is truly one of the worst Horror movies ever produced in México, and if I go further; in the history of Horror cinema.
I'm a Horror enthusiastic and I can proudly say that I've watched most of Mexican Horror movies in order to generate a Horror-movie culture in my beautiful country, México.
But "Cañitas" made fun of Horror fans with a lame plot, boring pace, horrible acting, laughable and mediocre f/x (a little effort wouldn't hurt), silly dialogs, and absolutely no sense of the word "fear" or even suspense.
This is by far the worst Mexican production in cinema from the millennium. I'm not exaggerating.
Please, avoid this movie and the novel! Everything's a hoax.
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