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In. Borderland Hide Spoilers. Props to After Dark for giving this a release Cujo 19 May InMexican officials discovered the bodies of 12 people, including a 21 year-old University of Texas student, buried on a desolate ranch just outside of Matamoros, Mexico.

Constanzo was a practitioner of the African magic, palo mayombe. The people buried on the ranch had been victims of human sacrifice, which Constanzo and his followers believed would secure occult protection for drug deals, shielding them from the police.

Various body parts and even the brains of their victims would be mixed with dead animals in an iron cauldron called a nganga. Borderland is based on these gruesome events, and while there are the typical liberties taken, the film sticks remarkably close to what really happened. Three college students from Texas head into a Mexican border town to celebrate spring break. Amidst drinking and picking up women, it isn't long before one of them is abducted for the cult's sinister practices, leaving the others to search for him.

It's an understatement to say that they won't like what they find. This is an outstanding film. I was looking forward to it well before After Dark added it to their lineup, so I was quite pleased when I saw that they had acquired the rights. The film has some beautiful visuals loved the dreamy editing in the carnival scene and cinematography, but in spite of this, it manages to pull off a very gritty, Mexico tx girls fucking guys on camera feel throughout.

The characters aren't the usual annoying teens either. For instance, I liked how the tough guy wound up being anything but in the face of what he was up against. It felt real. I wound up feeling really sorry for these people. The sadistic torture of Phil Rider Strong made for an especially tough scene to watch, as I had grown to care about what happened to him and his friends. It affected me far more than any scene from a Saw movie could ever hope to. This cult meant business, and each demise had a brutality to it that really struck a chord. As such, this is the rare film where I truly despised the villains and wanted to see them get severe comeuppance.

I felt that the lone remaining cult member at the end, the one who lured Phil in, got off far too easily. Ed had him at his mercy, and I was hoping for some major pain to be dished out. Speaking of the cult, it was great seeing Sean Astin as a sadistic follower of Santillan. He nailed it, making me forget all about his countless goody-two-shoes characters from films past.

I also have to mention Marco Bacuzzi, the man who does most of the group's dirty work. He is a vicious bastard with an intimidating look that has been compared to that of Michael Berryman. The comparison is apt, though I'd say he is even creepier since Berryman usually played bumbling types. Bravo, After Dark. Continue saving these independents from obscurity for as long as you can. Some will be losers, but this one's a winner through and through. Was this review helpful? Wuchakk 25 March Their vacation goes awry when they run afoul of a brutal drug cult, led by a charismatic-but-diabolic occultist Beto Cuevas.

Marco Bacuzzi plays the top cult henchmen with Sean Astin an American enlistee. The city scenes, for instance, were shot in Tijuana, substituting for Matamoros. Fifteen mutilated corpses were discovered buried at the ranch, one of them Kilroy's, who was hacked to death by a machete. Constanzo's cult practiced sorcery in the form of Palo Mayombe, engaging in torture and human sacrifice for supernatural power, e. Constanzo was a known homosexual, but the movie surrounds the Constanzo-based character, Santillan, with Mexican babes. I doubt this was done to be politically correct; I'm sure the filmmakers simply wanted to give him cinematic appeal for the target audience, most of whom would run away screaming if Santillan was depicted with hunky dudes attending to his amorous needs.

While the movie's sometimes unpleasant for obvious reasons, it's gritty, engaging and well-acted, particularly the first half. I'm sure the director, Zev Berman, is a fan of films like "Apocalypse Now" because you definitely see glimmerings of that kind of greatness. Unfortunately, this was the last movie by Berman as of this writing. He could've gone on to be a contenda, like Coppola.

The picture runs minutes and was shot entirely in Baja California, Mexico. I have a problem with the new genre of "torture porn" that has muscled its way into the horror movie limelight with such movies as Hostel and Touristas.

It's sick, repugnant, and of virtually no redeeming value, and yet, like a moth to a flame, I can't bring myself to not watch it, even though I end up cursing myself for subjugating my mind to its imagery afterward.

Such was the case when the edition of Montreal's Fantasia Film Festival scheduled a screening of Borderland.

I found myself driving downtown muttering to myself how I was going to regret this. And truth be told, I almost did, except that the movie came packaged in a fully fleshed out story pun intended that had the added impact of having been based on a true story. InMexican police unearthed 12 bodies in the town of Matamoros. Their brains and spinal cords had been removed. It was later determined that a gang of drug smugglers had been practicing their own form of Santeria, a religious hybrid of Catholicism and African religions, similar to Voodoo.

The leader of the gang, Adolfo de Jesus Constanzo, was worshiped as a living god by his followers and practiced the ritual sacrifice of wayward individuals in the belief that the gods would make them invisible to the police as they went about their drug smuggling operation. This is the backdrop that Borderland sets itself against as it tells the tale of a trio of Americans from Texas who head for a short stay in Mexico to indulge in some fast women and cheap booze. Along the way they hook up with a stunning and resourcefully independent Mexican barmaid played by Martha Higareda soon to be seen alongside Keanu Reeves and Hugh Laurie in The Night Watchmen and, as fate would have it, cross paths with members of the gang.

The movie also delivers some truly twisted casting as Sean Austin of Lord of the Rings renown takes a villainous turn as the lone American member of the Santeria drug gang. Director Zev Berman, for whom this movie marks only his third stint holding the directorial reigns, does a remarkably good job keeping the pacing tight and focused, blending a nice mix of story, action and I hate to say it gore, even though it's this latter part that I dearly wish could be toned down.

The version I saw had not yet been rated by the MPAA so if there's any hope, the more unnecessarily gory parts of it will be excised before it gets given its cinematic release. While I'm no advocate of censorship, some of the gorier shots were just plain gratuitous. Berman would do well to re-cut the movie taking a cue from the original Saw as opposed to the sequelswhich illustrated just how gory you could make a movie while showing so little.

Still, Borderland plays out to a satisfying pay off, and never let my interest flag along the way, even if it did have me watching large chunks pun intended, again through my fingers, which, I suppose, is a good thing for some folks. OJT 8 July But evil exists, and it's awful to get to know about it. And this is a story difficult to see and comprehend. Three young guys go down to Mexico one summer, where they experience that one of them disappears. One of them is kidnapped by humans believing in human sacrificing to the spirit Nganga. The cult leader is based upon The story of Adolfo de Jesus Constanzo!

The so-called Godfather of Matamoros. They found more than fifty corpses where brains and spinal cords had been removed. Well, that's the true story, of a case which still isn't closed, as several members of the cult still is on the run.

The film is technically good, and well done in all aspects. The colors are gritty, made with color filters, like many Latin American film has been lately. In this film it's very suitable. Sometimes maybe a bit too much, as it is sometimes difficult to see clearly, outdoors in the sun. Indoors it's better. The film is made terrifying, as it should be. The crook Marco Bacuzzi is amazingly terrifying as a violent evil man. One of the scariest I've seen on film ever. The bad guys here are really disgusting all of them.

Well played. I find this a very good film, Though I don't like this kind of violence. I hate watching it, and definitely more do when it is a true story. This is of course it's not everyone's porridge. If you trouble with graphic films, this is no film for you. It's no constellation "this is just film", 'cause it isn't just. It is based on a true happening, found in the insanity of some human's religion. Embrace yourself. Imagine being in a foreign land n persuaded by satanic cultists n the cops are of no use.

A very scary thot. I travel a lot to the interiors n stay in those cheap hotels. The hotel scene is this movie is downright scary. I always look forward for the horror films festival known as 8 Films to Die For. I first saw this in on a dvd which I own. Revisited it recently. This film has one of the most nerve shattering, horrific opening. This film gets under your skin. This is not torture porn or Hostel wannabe. The tension in this film is very high and the atmosphere is genuinely scary. Direction by Zev Berman is really good. I don't know y he ain't doin any more movies.

He shud get more movies. Was surprised to see Sean Astin. Lastly, the film has some really hot chicks n a very sadistic n creepy bald villain.

I felt like thrashing him. It doesn't offer anything revolutionary which will blow your mind, but, if you're a fan of the genre, you should find it satisfying. It follows the familiar story of X good-looking young Americans, travelling to X and running into trouble in the form of X. Sometimes these packs of good-looking young Americans are girls, sometimes boys, other time a mixed group.

Sometimes they travel to a remote town in America, sometimes a remote town in Europe. Like I say, the story is pretty generic. I've seen plenty of these sorts of movies you can probably tell by my cynical tonebut this one is pretty reasonable. The protagonists aren't completely unlikeable, don't do too many stupid things and you can basically root for their plight. If you like this sort of film, give it a go. Trust me, there are many worse than this and I've sat through almost every last one of them.

The fact that this was in the midnight screenings section should say a lot right off the bat. But what made this horror film so horrifying is that it all really happened. Borderland is based on the true story of ritual sacrifice killings conducted by a group of drug dealers in Mexico a few years back. Phil and two of his college buddies are spending some quality time just across the Mexican border before shipping off to grad school. Strong is one of those actors who, having started very young, has such a naturalistic acting style that his performance here was frightening on many levels.

It was amazing how much of a stickler Berman was for being faithful to the story.

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