Here Comes the Devil (2012) Movie Review
Here Comes the Devil (2012) was on my must see list after the scary movie trailer left me yearning for more. Director Adrian Garcia Bogliano (Penumbra, The Accursed, Watch’em Die, Scream the Night) is also the writer of Here Comes the Devil. This director should receive an award for the marvelous job he did with this movie. I was captured from the beginning to the very ending of this movie.
After seeing the trailer numerous times, I had a clue that this movie would be inappropriate for kids who like horror movies. I would not recommend Here Comes the Devil for young children and young teenagers to watch. It contains sex, nudity where you see woman’s breast, a mans butt, etc., bad language, gore, tension thrills, violence, suspense, and intense frightening sitting at the edge of your seat scenes.
Here Comes the Devil is about an average middle class family who took a trip to the outskirts of Tijuana near some caves. The parents, Felix (Francisco Barreiro - Remember Me Berlin, ABCs of Death 2, Loves Her Gun) and Sol (Laura Caro - Lo que callamos las mujeres, Meteoritos, TV de Vanguarda) decided to relax a little in the car after a long day of fun. Sol and Felix gave their children, Adolfo (Alan Martinez) and Sara (Michele Garcia - Transit) permission to go venturing out by themselves for one hour and then they must return. The parents fell asleep and later woke up to realize that their kids are no where to be found, they have vanished and cannot be found. The inconsolable parents stayed the night at a motel and was ecstatically happy when their kids returned in the morning unharmed but in a state of shock.
The happy family returned home and after a few days, Sol and Felix began seeing certain changes in the way their children behaved. They assumed that there was probably a molester in the hills but soon learn that they were so wrong. I do not want to disclose the rest of the movie because it is a must see. I would definitely watch this movie again. Will the parents solve the problem and help their kids to be their normal selves again? Watch and see. I gave this movie a 7 because it was a bit slow paced but it had everything else going for it.
Starring: Francisco Barreiro, Alan Martinez, Michele Garcia, David Arturo Cabezud, Enrique Saint-Martin, Michele Estrada, Jessica Iris, Dana Dorel, Juan Carlos Arreguin, Giancarlo Ruiz, Barbara Perrin Rivemar, Laura Caro
Director: Adrián García Bogliano
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