We're talking about Mexican horror film Here Comes the Devil, written and directed by Adrián García Bogliano of Cold Sweat fame. Felix and Sol suspect Lucio, the local weirdo, assaulted Sara that afternoon on the hill. Sol is told that Adolfo and Sara are skipping school and discovers that, dressed in their school uniforms, they are taking the bus back to the hill. As a loving couple — and loving parents — try to care for and protect their children, the ancient and half-whispered legends around the caves and the mountain and those who have gone there before become too strange to believe…and too dangerous, no matter how insane, to ignore. Their differences lead Sol to do subsequent investigations independent of her husband and without always disclosing her motives or findings. Running time 97 minutes Country Mexico Language Spanish Here Comes the Devil originally titled Ahí va el diablo is a 2012 Mexican that was directed by Adrian Garcia Bogliano.
She is then assaulted by an invisible force and sees dead versions of her children dressed in their cave clothes. Is there a better time than Halloween season to unveil a trailer for a horror film? She finds their dead bodies, dressed as they were the afternoon they vanished. The next morning Marcia was inexplicably gone and has been unreachable since. It came, it saw, and it left with all the major horror awards, along with lots of major accolades. At breakfast, she tranquilizes Adolfo and Sara, dresses them in formal clothes, and props them up at the kitchen table. One night, abnormal events occur in the house: noises, flickering lights, slamming doors, and the children having unnatural seizures.
A local gas station attendant says the hill is cursed and that night there is an unusual earthquake but the next morning the children are found by the police and the family is reunited. This new trailer comes from Bloody Disgusting. In Here Comes the Devil, a couple on holiday lose their two young children while walking in the hills. He kills one girl but is badly wounded by the other. They confront and kill him, though later discoveries will convince Sol of his innocence.
The trailer is not shy about sex and violence, and looks seriously unsettling. She follows them up to the mouth of the cave where they disappeared but does not go in. The film revolves around a family who go on a trip and the two children disappear after playing in a cave. They reappear to their parents the next day, much to their relief, but it soon becomes apparent that something horrible happened in that cave. To their immense relief the kids are found the next day, but they seem a bit. He crawls dying up a large rocky hill and his body is never found. .
At Fantastic Fest last month it won Best Film, Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Actor and Best Actress. To them, we're only a shell. They use us to do evil and then throw us away. Sol turns on the stove gas, drives away, and tells Felix to meet her at the gas station. Word is that is presents the perfect mixture of everything that a horror fan loves.
Staggering outside, she phones Felix who states definitively that he dropped the children off at school a mere fifteen minutes ago. Sol now goes to see her and asks what happened that night. Though they eventually find their way back to their parents Francisco Barreiro and Laura Caro , it quickly becomes clear that something terrible has happened to them. Adrian Garcia Bogliano is currently in post on his werewolf movie, Late Phases. The two kids, Sara Michele Garcia and Adolfo Alan Martinez , explore the hill on their own, only to vanish into thin air. Felix and Sol drive up the hill and go into the cave. Their parents, Felix and Sol , are distraught.
Soon, the mother starts suspecting something else came home with them. Returning home, the children start behaving strangely. Here Comes the Devil hits on demand and in theaters December 13. Versions of Felix and Sol return to their car and drive away haltingly, as if it were the driver's first time behind the wheel. Consultations with a doctor and a psychologist reveal the possibility of sexual abuse.
The night of Lucio's killing, Sol's friend, Marcia ignorant of the murderous plan , babysat the kids. Police suspect the parents of the murder but never indict or arrest them. Here Comes the Devil premiered on the festival circuit last fall to mixed reviews. When Felix sees the bodies of his children dressed as they were the day they disappeared, he shoots his wife then shoots himself. Sol suspects something out of the ordinary, while Felix clings to mundane explanations and gets a gun for protection. Fans of old-school horror will dig the retro feel, which also shines through on the poster below.
The following day, they return to their distraught parents, seemingly unharmed, and claiming to have gotten lost in a dark cave on the slope. Years later, on an afternoon family outing at the same hill, adolescent siblings Adolfo Alan Martinez and Sara Michele Garcia enter a cave and do not return. As a loving couple — and loving parents — try to care for and protect their children, the ancient and half-whispered legends around the caves and the mountain and those who have gone there before become too strange to believe … and too dangerous, no matter how insane, to ignore. Deeply shaken, Sol speaks to the gas station attendant who reveals that his daughter was the victim of the serial killer in the opening scene and that when the killer vanished on the hill there was an earthquake just like the night when Adolfo and Sara vanished. The fact that he showed the film at the Toronto film festival, among other horror festivals, suggests that he is on his way to making a name for himself in the bigger markets. The trailer shows us that there is clearly a lot of psychological imagery, over the top violence, sex and crazy plot twists. Early in the morning, Sol returns to the hill and enters the cave where Adolfo and Sara disappeared.
The film had its world premiere on September 11, 2012 at the and stars Francisco Barreiro and as a couple who finds that their children may have been exposed to something completely evil. Directed by Adrián García Bogliano, the thriller follows two kids Michele Garcia and Alan Martinez who go missing during a family trip to the caves of Tijuana. . . . . .