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Chupacabra vs. the Alamo ()


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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... See more »

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Carlos Seguin
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Tracy Taylor
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Tommy Seguin / Spider (as Jorge Vargas Jr.)
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Agent Dani (as Vanesa Tomasino Rodriguez)
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Sienna Seguin (as Nicole Munoz)
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Crockett
Brent McLaren ...
Loco
Cassandra Fernandez ...
Shorty
Bishop Brigante ...
Gordo
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Brooke
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Agent Perez
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Commander Wilcox
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Director Collins
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Javier (as Jose Os)
Dave Dimapilis ...
Juan
Nick Mandryk ...
Colin
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Darius
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Jenny
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Dr. Michael Fielding
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Agatha
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Medical Examiner
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Sam
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Duffy ...
Chupacabra (uncredited)
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FBI Agent 2 (uncredited)
Loki ...
Chupacabra (uncredited)

Directed by

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Terry Ingram

Written by

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Peter Sullivan ... (story by) &
Jeffrey Schenck ... (story by)
 
Peter Sullivan ... (written by)

Produced by

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Randy Charach ... associate producer
Bryant Pike ... producer
Jeffrey Schenck ... executive producer
Keith Shaw ... associate producer
Kirk Shaw ... executive producer
Devi Singh ... executive producer

Music by

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Stu Goldberg

Cinematography by

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Anthony C. Metchie

Film Editing by

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Nicole Ratcliffe

Editorial Department

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Kevin Reid ... on-line editor
Ismael Ribeiro ... director of engineering
Alissa Roode ... colorist

Casting By

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Tiffany Mak

Production Design by

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Chad Krowchuk
Daren Luc Sasges ... (as Daren Sasges)

Set Decoration by

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Candise Paul

Costume Design by

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Tanya Lipke

Makeup Department

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Rebekah Bak ... assistant makeup artist
Leah Cuff ... assistant makeup artist
Cayley Giene ... assistant makeup artist
Lee Novak ... key hair stylist
Amy Van Wormer ... makeup department head
Nikolina Zelenika ... makeup intern

Production Management

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Suzan Derkson ... production manager
Cher Hanusiak ... post-production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Paula Antil ... third assistant director
Mark D. Currie ... first assistant director
Brad Medhurst ... second assistant director
Marijke Richman ... third assistant director

Art Department

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Julia Evans ... set dresser
Theresa Hardy ... set dresser
Timothy J.C. Johnson ... on-set dresser (as Tim Johnson)
Katie Landry ... set dresser
Michael Lyall ... assistant property master
Ivan Lyttek ... property master
Robert Murphy ... set dresser (as Rob Murphy)
Ryan Robinson ... art intern
Lewis Wu ... assistant property master

Sound Department

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Scott Aitken ... production sound mixer / sound mixer
Stephen Cheung ... adr editor / dialogue editor
Don Mann ... foley artist / re-recording mixer
Darryl Marko ... boom operator
Miguel Nunes ... re-recording mixer
Iris Posada ... Additional ADR Coordinator
Martin Quiñones ... adr recordist
Jarret Read ... sound assistant

Special Effects by

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Brant McIlroy ... special effects coordinator
Scott McKay ... special effects technician
John Sampson ... special effects technician
Martin Testa ... special effects foreman

Visual Effects by

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Garret Biles ... visual effects artist
Sylvain Huard ... visual effects supervisor
Pete Mastalyr ... digital artist
Richard Mintak ... digital compositor

Stunts

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Lauro David Chartrand-DelValle ... stunt coordinator (as Lauro Chartrand)
Bruce Crawford ... stunt actor
Lani Gelera ... stunt double: Nicole Munoz
Brian Ho ... stunt coordinator
Keanu Lam ... stunt double: Sam
Lana Lonergan ... stunts
Scott Nicholson ... stunts
Raymond Sammel ... stunts (as Ray Sammel)
Melissa R. Stubbs ... stunts (as Melissa Stubbs)
Angela Uyeda ... stunts

Camera and Electrical Department

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Ed Araquel ... still photographer
Rob Cotroneo ... best boy electrics
Rob Crone ... b camera operator
Andrew Fountain ... aerial camera
Jean-Léon Groenewald ... grip
Edward Guinn ... camera trainee
Jim Malmgren ... electrician / generator op
Paolo Malo ... grip
Kosmas Mavromatidis ... grip
Shane Nasmith ... lighting technician
Rory Soderman ... gaffer
Spencer Village ... lighting technician

Casting Department

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Andrew Zachar ... casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Valeria Maichen ... assistant costume designer
Amy Spear ... truck costumer

Location Management

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Deb Beaudreau ... assistant location manager
Thierry Tanguy ... location manager

Other crew

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Holly Atchison ... script supervisor
Jason Bachmann ... production assistant
Barbara Chisholm ... production coordinator
Ian Doig ... animal coordinator
Corbin Heide ... production assistant
Cole Hewlett ... second assistant coordinator
Michael Aaron Keith ... production assistant
Jaime Kennedy ... animal trainer
Joel Kennedy ... production assistant
Jaime Kinna ... animal provider
Ryan Mains ... epk director

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Plot Summary

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 Woodyanders

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Taglines Mythical monsters force new last stand at the Old Alamo. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Beast of the Alamo (United Kingdom)
  • Dogs of Hell - Bluthunde aus der Hölle (Germany)
  • Chupacabra - Angriff der Killerbestien (Germany)
  • Dogs of Hell (Germany)
  • Chupacabra (Poland)
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  • 88 min
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Budget $2,000,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia When the Alamo tour guide pulls the Bowie knife out of the display and says "now that's a knife," is a reference to Crocodile Dundee when he pulls his much larger knife out and compares it to the smaller one the gangster pulls on him. See more »
Goofs Drug smugglers have dug a tunnel from San Antonio to Mexico but San Antonio is 100 miles from the Mexican border. By comparison the Lærdal Tunnel in Norway which is the world's longest tunnel is only 15 miles long. See more »
Movie Connections References Hawaii Five-O (1968). See more »

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