Here Comes the Devil
Ahi va el diablo
A couple is relieved when their children return after disappearing near some mysterious caves while on vacation in Tijuana—but it soon becomes clear that a terrible change has taken place within them in this sublime chiller.
June 4, 2013
|9:30 PM||SIFF Cinema Uptown||Date has passed|
June 9, 2013
|9:00 PM||AMC Pacific Place 11||Date has passed|
While on vacation in Tijuana, young parents Felix and Sol allow their children Sara and Adolfo to explore a hillside near the rest stop unattended. What follows is every parent's worst nightmare—the children enter a dark cave and disappear. Working with local authorities conducting the search, the couple nevertheless returns to their hotel room without finding their children. Their ordeal appears to come to an end when both Sara and Adolfo are found alive and unharmed the next morning. However, the good fortune of their return soon changes with the children's behavior suggesting ominous and unspeakable events that occurred the night the children were lost. As Felix and Sol try to care for and protect their children, they begin hearing half-whispered legends of the caves too strange to believe and too dangerous, no matter how insane, to ignore. In Here Comes the Devil, director Adrián García Bogliano crafts an exceptional supernatural thriller steadily building a palpable sense of dread and paranoia that leads to shocking, horrific revelations.
Born in Madrid and raised in Argentina, Adrián García Bogliano made his feature film debut with Riddlebox in 2004. His subsequent feature films include Rooms for Tourists (2004), I'll Never Die Alone (2008), The Accursed (2010), Cold Sweat (2010), and Penumbra (2011), as well as the “Big is for Bigfoot” segment in 2013’s The ABCs of Death.
Sponsored in part by Little Water Cantina
|Director:||Adrián García Bogliano|
|Principal Cast:||Francisco Barreiro, Laura Caro, Michele García, Alan Martinez|
|Running Time:||97 minutes|
|Producer:||Andrea Quiroz Hernández|
|Screenplay:||Adríán García Bogliano|
|Awards:||Fantastic Fest 2012 (Best Horror Picture)|
|Filmography:||Penumbra (2011); Cold Sweat (2010); The Accursed (2010); Watch’em Die (2009); I’ll Never die Alone (2008); 36 Steps (2006); Scream at Night (2005); Rooms for Tourists (2004); Riddlebox (2004)|
|US Distributor:||Magnet Releasing|