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  • Actors: Erika Fay, Gabriel Gutierrez
  • Directors: Scott Maginnis
  • Format: AC-3, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, Subtitled, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Maverick
  • DVD Release Date: January 9, 2007
  • Run Time: 88 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000KEG8TI
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #369,821 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Ay caramba! When a blood-sucking werewolf from Mexico makes a run to the border and into a sleepy Texas town, it causes havoc quicker than you can scream "El Chupacabra!" While a bigoted mayor hopes that the beast's attacks frighten illegal immigrants into fleeing the community, a group of fame-seeking high schoolers contact an "alien hunter" to kill the nocturnal nightmare. Erika Fay, Gabriel Gutierrez, Martine Hughes star. 88 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital 5.1; Subtitles: Spanish; theatrical trailers.

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If you don't like B Movies, you probably won't like this one.
Bill Wade
In the small Texas town of Furlough an unseen (better that way) force is munching on goats.
bernie
It's not entertaining either, which makes the movie feel twice as long as it actually is.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Joshua Koppel on March 12, 2008
Format: DVD
A small Texas town begins to experience true terror as first goats are killed and then people. Immediately, people begin thinking of El Chupacabra, the Mexican legend of the Goatsucker that drains goats of their blood. There are several groups we see react to the terror. We have the towns founding family, a group of teens, and some the local Mexicans. There is a lot of anti-Mexican sentiment by some of the characters but the wisest character in the film is a Mexican vet.

Don't expect to see a whole lot of the monster. It is quick and deadly. The best view we get is when a bimbo tries to distract it by flashing her chest. Although the reports say victims bodies are drained, the action shows mangling. This monster film is framed a collection of some of the goofiest characters around. The town's founding family is currently made up of an undertaker and his wife, their daughter, and two almost circus freak relations. They apparently have no standing in town. Most of the rest of the town is no better (get a load of the Sheriff and Deputy). The only exceptions are the Mexicans. Although looked down on by most of the town they are the most normal. So add a monster with some reasonable effects and a Stephen King-style narration to this mix of characters and you get a pretty memorable monster flick. Check it out.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Bill Wade on May 15, 2007
Format: DVD
Well, it really is a fun ride. I thought it was well put together for a B-movie. If you don't like B Movies, you probably won't like this one. But if you like movies like "Lewis and Clark Trail of Blood" or "The Creeping Terror" you'll like this on.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Joe & Andrea Valdez on November 5, 2010
Format: DVD
Can't go wrong with a film that's title already pays tribute to one of the greatest werewolf films of all time. Mexican Werewolf in Texas brought the monster horror film back to the desert. Not since the original Tremors has a film done this much to bring a local urban legend to the silver screen. Fun solid B-Movie for a good night in. Thank you Maverick for another gem of a film.
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This is a terrible movie. But it is one of those movies you should watch Halloween eve with a set of other B-movies to have a good laugh. You should watch this movie for one of the funniest scenes ever in a B-movie. It's when the girl lifts up her shirt "doing something" to distract the chupacabra. OMG. Soooooooooo funny. Just watch it for that.
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This movie had the works: poor acting, retched dialogue, jacked-up plot, further jacked-up subplots, eye-roll jokes, a smorgasbord of stereotypes, and scenes only as frightening as the amount of time wasted to watch them. It's not entertaining either, which makes the movie feel twice as long as it actually is. And if the budget were any lower, I'd think this were a family film. As in, every one of the actors/crew is related to someone directing it. It's less straight-to-DVD material and more October TV movie---as a parody of werewolf flicks. Chupacabra deserves better. It just does. I give this movie two stars, though, because the attack scenes were plentiful (though still not great) and the monster design was. . . different. Watch if you must, but I'd advise you rent it.
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"Mexican Werewolf in Texas"

Maverick Entertainment Group
presents A Turning Point Productions Starring Erika Fay, Gabriel Gutierrez 2007 rated probably R

With a name like this I had to buy this movie.

For some reason a werewolf has come to this sleepy town. First it kills or sucks out the blood of a herd of goats and a few humans, the usual horny teenagers making out in a goat pasture, (sure why not?)

The bodies are found and the Anglos in town blame them "Damn Meshikins" Aside from doing all the menial work what else do the Mexicans do? There is a cute scene when the Anglo power brokers muse that maybe the Mexicans brought this monster w/ them and maybe it will scare them back home. Cute, and a nice indictment on those powers that be; sort of a we-need-them-to-do-the-work-but-we-don't-want-them-around.

The main character is Anne and her friend Rosie who decide to catch the monster. The movie actually has the girls as the lead and I suppose a feminst might like that. Miguel, Anne's boyfriend, is the Chicano school boy who somehow got a girl but is not interested in chasing down a monster.
The town tough guy w/ the town tramp lead a group to catch the monster but lust wins out and bingo, he gets gobbled up too. All this 100 yards from the posse's bonfire and beerfest. It's not a bad scene after all.

Mexican people are portrayed in a curious duality.
There are the typical dim witted peasants, cluthcing their Bibles and beer bottles, but also several characters are educated and professional. The town veterinarian is a Chicano who seems to have a clue about life. He holds court at a local taqueria sipping beer w/ the compadres and plans strategy.
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By Karina Alvarado on May 5, 2010
Format: DVD
There is only one thing I want to know about this movie. Were the actors selected from a High School talent show play?
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