Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Esta Noche, "Hasta El Viento Tiene Miedo".

There once was a man named Carlos Enrique Taboada and he made some of the best horror movies ever! His first horror movie is called "Hasta El Viento Tiene Miedo", now to me that's his best horror movie right next to "El Libro De Piedra", what makes Hasta El Viento so great is that the story is so interesting and at the same time it is really creepy.

Hasta El Viento Tiene Miedo (also known as Even The Wind is Afraid or Even The Wind is Scared) is about a girl named "Claudia" having odd nightmares that are always the same, someone calls her name and when she wakes she sees feet floating in the air as if someone is hanging. It turns out a young girl named "Andrea" is the one calling her name and she's the person floating in the air, now who is Andrea you ask? Well, she was a student from long ago who committed suicide because the principal of the school didn't allow Andrea to see her dying mother. Now the principal is unfairly keeping Claudia and other girls from spending their summer vacation outside of campus, this upsets Andrea and decides to kill the principal... But first, she needs a body in order to do it, so Andrea gets Claudia killed and goes in her body.

So if you're looking for a great Mexican Horror movie then buy Hasta El Viento Tiene Miedo. You'll love it. 10/10.

10 comments:

Gregory Joseph said...

This looks amazing, did you actually watch it on one of those EastWest Dollar Store DVDs??

raculfright_13 said...

I have the East West DVD but the screengrabs are from a downloaded copy. The East West DVD is more clear and brighter than this copy.

Jack J said...

Someone mentioned that there might be an old English subtitled VHS but I have come up with zilch. Do you know anything about that tape?
Cheers.

raculfright_13 said...

An English subtitled vhs copy of Hasta El Viento Tiene Miedo? Woow. That sounds like something we all wish existed, haha. But seriously, I have no idea, probably not though since a lot of these 60's-70's movies never got the dubbing or subbing treatment back in the day.

raculfright_13 said...

The only kinds of Mexican horror movies ever dubbed in English were the ones that K Gordon Murray acquired. And I know for sure he didn't acquire any Carlos Enrique Taboada movies.

Jack J said...

Well, I guess it could be a rumour, haha. I read it in this review (from today):

http://delirium-vault.com/nekoneko/2011/04/27/%E2%80%9Chasta-el-viento-tiene-miedo%E2%80%9D-1968-mexican-ghost-horror/

- another possibility is that it could be a VHS from another English speaking country, the UK or OZ maybe.

raculfright_13 said...

Hmm, maybe it does exist but idk.. The closet thing to a subtitled version is a torrent file that was created on a spanish download site.

raculfright_13 said...

Obviously it's a fansub, not a legit subbed created from a DVD company.

Jack J said...

I asked that reviewer about it and she didn't know where the tape was released. She just read about it when she downloaded the subtitles. Oh well. Maybe I'll just get the cheap DVD from Amazon. Cheers, mate.

torresongs said...

The first time I saw this movie was actually on TV in Puerto Vallarta. It was broadcast with English subtitles.