Two American teenagers in search of cheap drugs, trespass into the seedy town of Barrio, Mexico. What they find instead is a disturbed story teller and three tales filled with blood, witches and a cannibalistic taco chef. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Two American teenagers in search of cheap drugs, trespass into the seedy town of Barrio, Mexico. What they find instead is a disturbed story teller and three tales filled with blood, witches and a cannibalistic taco chef.
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Barrio Tales torrent reviews
Milan J (ca) wrote: There is no cinematic effect. Felt like watching documentary.
Kenny O (us) wrote: Couldn't understand a lot of the slang!Some funny stuff!
Benjamin S (it) wrote: The realism of the film is striking, and the banter between Hopkins and Baldwin makes this one for me.
TonyPolito (ca) wrote: Solid B-level stuff, but still a somewhat interesting flick - due to its second-rate sampling of "Silence of the Lambs" and "The Vanishing" plotlines as well as 1970ish NYC copper chase-scenes and location-shoots. Act I ends with kidnapper Brody in a police station sweatbox after his poorly conceived ransom pick-up and a wimpy car-chase down Park Avenue and the roadways orbiting Grand Central Station. Then it's copper Tierney and Brody playing out their extended interrogation headgame. Tierney, the sexual masochist, and sadistic Brody find each other emotionally and intellectually bonding during her gaming for the location of Brody's buried-alive, time-running-out victim. Technically speaking, Act III does deliver some plot twists, but lowered expectations regarding such are well advised. Also, viewers shouldn't expect much in the way of true sexual content out of Tierney, this being made-for-late-night Cinemax stuff. Rather, it's implied through Tierney's cigarette burn-marks, whimpering semi-submissive phone calls and such. Tierney here delivers a mildly titillating and otherwise uninteresting characterization; Brody's got his toes right up on the edge of the fine-line defining ham. This could have actually been a more interesting, more enduring product - with stronger dialogue, acting and chase choreography. RECOMMENDATION: Lifetime coughed this puppy up one summer Saturday afternoon, making it the best basic cable cinema available at the moment; recommended to others only under similar circumstance.
Jamison R (it) wrote: a guilty pleasure for me.
Sanchayan S (de) wrote: Vampires realized in a different , elegant and a haunting way that makes this movie a cult classic not to mention the immense detailing by Guillermo Del Toro on every single thing of the production
D M (jp) wrote: Don't bother. Half of the movie is footage from the first. And only dressed up as Santa at the end - and no snow. Would have been a 1/5, but "Garbage day" added a .5 for me!
Craig M (au) wrote: Dull, dated comedy leading into some moderately impressive action and endearing mystical moments, which indeed still retain some 'spookiness' for the wrong reasons today.
CJ A (gb) wrote: The sap gets in the way of any insight. "Think God"? I mean, I guess.
Greg W (jp) wrote: another good singing cowboy western
Mohammed A (kr) wrote: It's good movie to watch