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Claudia is a troubled teen confined in a very particular support center ruled with roughness by renowned psychiatrist Bernarda Alquicira. Coexisting with girls who have experienced similar trances, Claudia confronts horrible visions of Andrea, a beautiful intern who committed suicide a year ago. Another strange patient -Josefina- and doctor Lucia Franyutti -the right arm of Bernarda- seem to know the key to the bizarre return of Andrea, but even they are disturbed by the supernatural events that take place when the wind starts to blow.Written by
An insult for Horror fans in general, and for the classic original., 17 August
I use this rough phrase when I think it's only necessary. I'm Mexican, and I strongly recommend my fellow Mexican IMDb reviewers to not support this kind of BAD Horror movies ONLY because we live in the same country. If we support low quality movies, it means we can accept mediocre products such as this unnecessary remake. That's my call, I don't understand why it has generated bad responses from other users (although I was given 2 useful user opinions). Trust in me, I'm a an expert when it comes to Mexican Horror cinema. We deserve better Horror movies, for the sake of Carlos Enrique Taboada's memory. The Director and creator of the original "Hast El Viento Tiene Miedo".
My problems with this movie are various: Why in the first time remake a Horror classic? I mean, what's behind the remake of a PERFECT Horror movie?, Probably the best Horror movie in the history of Mexican Cinema. I don't have intentions to denigrate the work of the people involved in the movie, but, in terms of Horror cinema, remakes are not always the best option.
I can't find a logical answer for this remake.
To be honest, I didn't watch this on theaters because I felt it betrayed my loyalty towards the 1968 Carlos Enrique Taboada's masterpiece. Second, because the cast sent me signals that it was to be a sequel to "Niñas Mal", and third, because I knew it was going to take little time for it to get on DVD or even on local t.v. Well it took only a year for it to be featured in local t.v.
When I finally watched it, I asked myself "was this shot on handycam?". Not because of the atrocious cinematography and art direction, also because of the dull direction, wooden acting, and painful meant-to-be-important sequences. The shock situations attempts were just plain bad.
This is a terrible horror movie that does not even feature mystery, suspense, or a solid plot. Heck, it even copies correctly the creepy ghost story from the original.
The actresses seemed to be only having fun at the cost of a legendary ghost movie. Higareda is sexy and pretty but her talent won't be measured for her nudity level, she gotta understand it. That's a positive criticism.
To be concrete, this is the worst remake by far in Mexican Horror. Please avoid it at all costs and my advice as a die hard Mexican Horror fan is to stick with the original.
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