Listen up, kids. If there’s one thing horror movies have ever taught us, it’s that you never, ever go exploring. Notice I didn’t specify where; I mean that if you go exploring anywhere in the world, especially – oh my god, especially – in a creepy abandoned cave, you’re probably going to get murdered or terrorized in some way.
The trailer for Adrian Garcia Bogliano‘s Here Comes the Devilhas popped up to drive that point home by telling the story of two plucky preteen siblings who get the great idea to go hiking in the cave-riddled Tijuana mountainside. When they reappear after a night lost in the caves, something’s not right. The kids are acting funny, and keep saying “devil this” and “devil that,” so their parents try to do everything they can to find out what happened that awful night.
The trailer is rightfully horrifying, as children + the devil always = guaranteed gore. Someone is going to die in an untimely manner. Interestingly, though, for a film about possessed children, there is a whole lot of gratuitious sex and boobs shown in under two minutes. Is this going to be campier than it’s letting on? Check out the NSFW, English-subtitled trailer here:
You can read our own Adam Charles; review from Fantastic Fest 2012 here.
Here Comes the Devil is in limited theaters and VOD on December 13th. [Bloody Disgusting]
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