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México Bárbaro II

Mexico 2017
produced by
Abigail Bonilla (executive)
directed by Abraham Sánchez (segment La Leyenda de Juan Soldado), Diego Cohen (segment Paidós Phobos), Fernando Urdapilleta (segment Potzonalli), Christian Cueva, Ricardo Farias (segment Bolas de Fuego), Michelle Garza Cervera (segment Vitriol), Sergio Tello (segment No Te Duermas), Carlos Meléndez (segment Ya Es Hora), Lex Ortega (segment Exodoncia)
starring segment La Leyenda de Juan Soldado: Uri Meza, Giancarlo Ruiz, Jonathan Tovar, Yeray Albelda, Artemio Sanchez, Carlos Eves, Priscilla Martinez, Carmen Icedo; segment Paidós Phobos: Pilar Fernandez, Humberto Busto, Aline Marrero, Natalia González; segment Potzonalli: Laura de Ita, Fermín Martínez, Hoze Meléndez, Adriana Marroquín, Gabo Anguiano, Martha Claudia Moreno, Emilio Guerrero, Abigail Bonilla, Antonio Urdapilleta, Lex Ortega; segment Bolas de Fuego: Gloria Berdeja, Patricia Leih, Fernando Guisa, Pedro Joaquín; segment Vitriol: Corina Lutski, Esteban Soberanes, Francisco Granados; segment No Te Duermas: Francisco Leyva, Ramón Medina, Rosalía Cruz; segment Ya Es Hora: Dulce Alexa Alfaro, Varenka Greiser Malja, Vanya Moreno, Camila Risser, Camila Greiser, Alejandra Anaya, Lex Ortega; segment Exodoncia: Florencia Ríos, Francisco Barreiro, Dana Karvelas, Wendy Vega
concept by Lex Ortega, screenplays by Alfredo Mendoza, Abraham Sánchez (segment La Leyenda de Juan Soldado), Diego Cohen, [Diego Cohen (segment Paidós Phobos), Fernando Urdapilleta (segment Potzonalli), Christian Cueva, Ricardo Farias (segment Bolas de Fuego), Michelle Garza Cervera (segment Vitriol), Sergio Tello (segment No Te Duermas), Adrian Garcia Bogliano, Carlos Meléndez (segment Ya Es Hora), Lex Ortega (segment Exodoncia), music by Tonalli Magañam, Gavtier García, Adrian Martinez, Diego Infante, Dan Zlotnik, Eggvn

México Bárbaro

review by
Mike Haberfelner

  • La Leyenda de Juan Soldado: Footsoldier Juan (Uri Meza) is accused of rape and murder, and his general (Giancarlo Ruiz) decides to have him shot on the spot rather than drag him into the next town for a trial. Thing is, Juan's innocent, so the Devil (Carlos Eves) grants him to go back to the surface world to have his revenge ...
  • Paidós Phobos: There's something not quite right in the relationship between Maria (Pilar Fernandez) and her daughter (Natalia González), and that something ultimately leads Maria to committing a violent crime. But the truth behind this story is even more sinister than the story itself ...
  • Potzonalli: A family (Laura de Ita, Babo Anguiano, Adriana Marroquín, Hoze Meléndez) is so disgusted by their husband/father (Fermin Martínez) that they decide to - turn him into dinner for the whole neighbourhood ...
  • Bolas de Fuego: Fernando (Fernando Guisa) and Héctor (Pedro Joaquin) want to summon the devil, and to this end they hire two porn actresses (Gloria Berdeja, Patricia Leih) as their human sacrifices, but claiming they only want to shoot a scene with them. Thing is, the girls have plans of their own ...
  • Vitriol: Fernanda (Corina Lutski) has once been a very beautiful model, but then she got raped by her photographer (Esteban Soberanes) and since can't stand her own looks anymore - but nothing what a little acid can't fix. And that's only her first step on her way to self-empowerment ...
  • No Te Duermas: Little Edgar (Francisco Leyva) is so afraid of monsters who're out to get him at night that he doesn't even dare to go to the toilet once it''s dark. His father (Ramón Medina) tries to convince him there are no monsters in the house - and yet he has never checked himself what might lurk in the basement ...
  • Ya Es Hora: Young Fatima (Dulce Alexa Alfaro]) summons the Devil to crush her arch-rival at school Jess (Vanya Moreno) and her cronies - but sometimes the Devil just overreaches ...
  • Exodoncia: Drug addict Liz (Florencia Ríos) has visions that cause her to mutilate herself more and more - but are these visions just drug-induced or is there something much more sinister at work?

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A pretty impressive collection of South of the border horrors, and while it's true that these shorts vary quite widely in approach to the genre as such, from visceral to suspenseful, from dead serious to darkly comedic, what they have in common in a pretty polished look - but not polished in an aneamic way but that they're quite simply well-told, well-shot, well-edited, well-directed and well-acted, and with the wide variety of horrors presented here, there's pretty much something so like about this one for every horror fan out there.



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