|DVD Mexican Bloodbath
Run time: 100 min
Director: Robert Arevalo
Writers: Robert Arevalo
Stars: Gerardo Albarrán, Robert Arevalo, Noé Brito
Saltillo, a small dusty town south of the Mexican border, caught in a war of greed and corruption. A man named Bishop returns home after his parents are executed at the hands of a ruthless drug lord El Chilango. He swears to avenge the deaths of his loved ones and take down every person involved at the cost of losing himself and his new love Lucia, the wife of his new arch rival El Chilango. A modern day tribute to Sergio Leone, Sam Peckinpah, Robert Rodriguez, Quentin Tarantino and Hong Kong Cinema. Mexican Bloodbath Written by Robert Arevalo
|Plot Keywords: action hero|
Release Date: 21 February 2010 (Mexico)
This was the stupidest movie I have seen so far. Low budget, horrible acting and no plot! Stay away!
If You are wanting a decent flick ,look elsewhere.
The movie starts out OK, but ends very badly.
Just another indie movie wanting to be like the major studios, just not having the talent to pull it off!
This indie movie is no exception.
If you are wanting a movie with decent acting and a plot, try something from a studio that actually has some money to pay writers and actors to make a decent movie!
Bloodbath? Yes, yes it is. There is truth in the title it is a bloodbath
This is a fast moving and very violent revenge tale of a man returning to Mexico to get revenge on the drug lord who killed his family. Things get even more complicated when our hero ends up having an affair with the drug lord's wife. If you want action this movie is for you. Its rare that more than five minutes pass with out someone dying (sometimes its less than that). Frankly the film is never really boring because something is always happening. Is it a great film? No but it is an entertaining one because it never stops moving. Definitely worth a look for those wanting a non stop action film and don't mind a low budget.