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Ahí va el diablo (2012)

Not Rated | | Horror, Thriller | 2013 (Mexico)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Francisco Barreiro ... Felix
Laura Caro ... Sol
Alan Martinez Alan Martinez ... Adolfo
Michele Garcia Michele Garcia ... Sara
David Arturo Cabezud David Arturo Cabezud ... Lucio
Enrique Saint-Martin Enrique Saint-Martin ... Encargado gasolinera
Michele Estrada Michele Estrada ... Doctora
Jessica Iris Jessica Iris ... Sandra
Dana Dorel Dana Dorel ... Abril
Juan Carlos Arreguin Juan Carlos Arreguin ... Hombre
Giancarlo Ruiz ... Sgt. Flores
Barbara Perrin Rivemar Barbara Perrin Rivemar ... Marcia
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Paco Mufote ... Psychiatrist
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A married couple lose their children while on a family trip near some caves in Tijuana. The kids eventually reappear without explanation, but it becomes clear that they are not who they used to be, that something terrifying has changed them. Written by Anonymous

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Horror | Thriller

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Country:

Mexico

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

2013 (Mexico) See more »

Also Known As:

Here Comes the Devil See more »

Filming Locations:

Baja California Norte, Mexico See more »

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Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$783, 13 December 2013, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$4,534, 17 January 2014
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2.35 : 1
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The credits include a page of Spiritual Help ("Ayuda Espiritual") which lists: Nicolas Roeg, Henry James, The Exorcism of Hugh (1972), director Sergio Martino, Argentinian director Eloy de la Iglesia, The Centerfold Girls (1974), David Cronenberg, Donald Cammell, Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975), The Entity (1982), singing group Los Iniciados, horror writer T.E.D. Klein, writer/director Sebastián De Caro, Dust Devil (1992), William Finley, Marilyn Burns and classic rock station KGB San Diego. See more »

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Excellent New Mexican Horror Film from Veteran Argentian Director
16 September 2012 | by Jimi LaMortSee all my reviews

Perhaps we are seeing a revolution in Mexican horror cinema today. Along with Jorge Michel Grau's excellent WE ARE WHAT WE ARE (2010), a story about a family of inner city cannibals, who must also like the Mexican horror film industry face change or disappear. Argentian horror film maker Adrían García Bogliano's newest film follows in a lot similar constructs.

Neither of these two recent Mexican horror films follow the country's classic monster horror formula of the past. They are both stylistically and visually very modern horror films. There are also extremely low budget and make excellent use of Mexico's dark and dirty urban settings and focus on the strife of Mexico's lower class families.

After a jarring opening of sex and blood, HERE COMES THE DEVIL is a unnerving, taunt and tension filled tale about a family that starts coming apart after a family trip to the outskirts of Tijuana. Parked at a highway truck stop, the two kids, Sara (Michele Garcia) and Adolfo (Alan Martinez), decide they want to explore a nearby rocky hill while their parent Felix (Francisco Barreiro from We Are What We Are) and Sol (Laura Caro) "relax" in their car, waiting for their two children to return. Soon the frantic parents wake up in the car to realize their children have vanished.

The real star of this film is the direction of Bogliano. From the very opening of this film he creates an atmosphere of tight slow unwinding tension that builds to the perfect closing shot that like the master Mario Bava is a very subversive wink at the audience. Getting to the final shot is where all the fun lies. This film is classic horror film making at it's finest. With excellent storytelling and a very controlled atmosphere, Adrian draws the audience in from the opening and sustains the suspense without giving the audience a chance to catch their breath till the final reveal. The score and sound construction is muted excellence too, that Hollywood horror films sure could learn a thing or too from. Adrian never tries to scare his audience with loud sound effects. Instead he builds brooding momentum with an acoustic guitar melody layered with creepy distant background noises. In one scene he makes fantastic use of a heavy metal song playing on the car radio. As the score builds so does the editing and pacing. This film is an excellent lesson in making the best use of what you have. With minimal characters and a tight focus on a interesting plot, you don't need a lot of money to make a great dark fantasy film. That is not to say that this film didn't have a couple of eye-popping set pieces that had an afternoon TIFF audience hooting and hollering at it's world premier! This film has so many classic horror film references from Hitchcock to Fulci, but what makes this film work is the economy in which it was made.

When it comes down to it this is a smart fun horror film that recalls those classic European grindhouse films that were cheaply made in the 70's & 80's without much fanfare. Fantastic film and my pick for Horror film of the year. Dark Sky should be rewarded for producing this Spanish language film and Argentinian director Bogliano is definitely a name to watch. I know i am now looking forward to going through his back catalog of horror films he made in Argentina looking for some more gems.


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