San Antonio, Texas. The bodies of various drug cartel members are turning up mangled and drained of blood. Tough DEA agent Carlos Seguin discovers that the grisly murders are being ...
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Emile Edwin Smith
San Antonio, Texas. The bodies of various drug cartel members are turning up mangled and drained of blood. Tough DEA agent Carlos Seguin discovers that the grisly murders are being committed by a pack of chupacabras, which are lethal predatory creatures of local legend. Carlos, his feisty new partner Tracy Taylor, wayward estranged son Tommy, and several others make a desperate last stand against the bloodthirsty beasts at the famous fort The Alamo. Written by
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I wasn't really asking for much when it came to this movie, but I was thinking that it could provide a little bit of a laugh but unfortunately it didn't.
Now Syfy films aren't really known for their good cgi and that often creates half the joy of watching them but these chupacabra creatures is possibly the worst creatures they've created.
They look like they were part of a Windows 95 game and look like zombie chihuahua's but made out of plastic or something, and since they are so small it's hard to take them seriously as a real threat and where as a dinosaur can bite a head off a human these buggers can't do all that much but bite gruesomely into the humans.
And that's not really all that fun to watch tbh, and about 20% of the movie or so is Erik Estrada and the gang sneaking around quietly looking for chupacabras who are conveniently all hanging out at the same spots all the time.
Also includes a lot of really poor green-screen shots of Erik Estrada pretending to ride a motorcycle when in actuality it just stood still in front of a green screen and they attached him on the bike to moving backgrounds.
Now this might sound fun to some, and it shoulda been in retrospect but somehow it managed not to be.
Acting is surprisingly bad all around, even from Estrada and yeah the creatures are really dull as the main bad guys and overall a very uninspired piece of work from all aspects.
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