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El Chupacabra (2003)

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The world seen through the eyes of two people, the inequities of society exposed and examined in depth in a most surreal manner.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
... Navarro
... Starlina
... Dr. Goodspeed (as Treach)
Jerry Rodriguez ... Det. Noriega
... Sophia
Layton Matthews ... Mason
Rina Fernandez ... Dina
Michael Aranda ... Che
... Carolina
... Pablo (as Victor López)
... Mrs. Pinta
Daniel Anthony ... Truck Driver
... Vaco
Nikki Giovacchini ... Roberto
Kim Collea ... Bookstore Manager
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This is a surreal film, inspired by various European cinematic styles, which apparently has no narrative structure. On closer inspection, however, a narrative does exist but is simply the support for a message which the film is attempting to carry over. What this message is, is up to the spectator to decide. Written by Morris R MacIver

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Rated R for horror violence/gore and language | See all certifications »

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Features common and frequently used location as seen in Bio-Dome See more »

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When the detectives are examining the body on the steps, you can clearly see the victim's chest rise and fall as he breathes. See more »

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Follows Guns of El Chupacabra II: The Unseen (1998) See more »

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Lame script + Horrible acting + Bad creature effects = El Chupacabra
9 January 2005 | by See all my reviews

This movie is a complete and utter waste of time, one of the worst films I've ever seen. And coming from me, that is definitely saying something. In fact, I wish I could have given it negative stars instead of just rating it as a pathetic one-star awful.

When I rented this movie, I had an open mind. I find the legend of the chupacabra interesting and I have a fondness for cheesy horror flicks. But I draw the line at this one.

The acting sucked. The lead male gives one of the worst performances ever, looking and sounding unnatural as he delivers his poorly written lines. The lead female gives a slightly more palatable performance, but that really doesn't take much.

The chupacabra... well, considering how low budget this movie must have been, the creature was tolerable. It does, however, look exactly like someone in a mask and body suit. The mask is fairly detailed and might look cool in person, but not so on screen.

Speaking of on screen, you'd think they could have at least used a better camera. It looks like it was shot with a camcorder for crying out loud. Not a very good one, either.

I don't know what whoever wrote this abomination was thinking. The dialog sucks and just... I can't describe what I feel about it. At least not without getting in trouble with the site.

My advice? Avoid this at all costs. It's just not worth it. If it comes on TV and you have nothing else to do or watch, then *find* something else to do or watch. Read a book, listen to music, *anything.* Just don't subject yourself to this. If you do, you cannot say you weren't warned. And for Lord and Lady's sake, don't rent this sucker. It is not worth it, even if you get the chance to rent it for fifty cents. Trust me, I know.


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