Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Mexican Werewolf in Texas|
Actors: Erika Fay, Gabriel Gutierrez
Director: Scott Maginnis
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
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Eric R. Stephens | st. simons island, GA | 02/12/2007
(1 out of 5 stars)
"this "movie" was just plain awful! i rented it because the cover and the title looked and sounded ridiculous. i enjoy "good, bad" movies. this was just atrocious! as for the other reviewer, if i had a relative in this "movie", i would never have told anyone, period!"
A Groovy B Movie
Bill Wade | Denver, CO USA | 05/15/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Well, it really is a fun ride. I thought it was well put together for a B-movie. If you don't like B Movies, you probably won't like this one. But if you like movies like "Lewis and Clark Trail of Blood" or "The Creeping Terror" you'll like this on."
El Chupacabra Crosses The Border
Joshua Koppel | Chicago, IL United States | 03/13/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"A small Texas town begins to experience true terror as first goats are killed and then people. Immediately, people begin thinking of El Chupacabra, the Mexican legend of the Goatsucker that drains goats of their blood. There are several groups we see react to the terror. We have the towns founding family, a group of teens, and some the local Mexicans. There is a lot of anti-Mexican sentiment by some of the characters but the wisest character in the film is a Mexican vet.
Don't expect to see a whole lot of the monster. It is quick and deadly. The best view we get is when a bimbo tries to distract it by flashing her chest. Although the reports say victims bodies are drained, the action shows mangling. This monster film is framed a collection of some of the goofiest characters around. The town's founding family is currently made up of an undertaker and his wife, their daughter, and two almost circus freak relations. They apparently have no standing in town. Most of the rest of the town is no better (get a load of the Sheriff and Deputy). The only exceptions are the Mexicans. Although looked down on by most of the town they are the most normal. So add a monster with some reasonable effects and a Stephen King-style narration to this mix of characters and you get a pretty memorable monster flick. Check it out."