- 1 hr 14 min
Alucarda is a Mexican horror movie from 1977 that tells the story of two girls who meet at a convent and become possessed by demons. The film is directed by Juan LÃ³pez Moctezuma and written by Moctezuma and Alexis Arroyo. It stars Claudio Brook, David Silva, and Tina Romero. The story begins when a young girl named Justine (Susana Kamini) arrives at a convent after the death of her parents. There, she meets Alucarda (Tina Romero), a wild and rebellious young woman who quickly becomes her friend. The two girls develop a deep bond, and their relationship takes on a romantic and sexual dimension.
As they spend more time together, strange things start to happen. They are both possessed by demonic forces, and their behavior becomes increasingly erratic and violent. Justine tries to resist the demons' influence, but Alucarda embraces their power and becomes determined to bring about the end of the world.
The film is full of disturbing imagery and surreal sequences, including scenes of sexual violence, animal sacrifice, and religious symbolism. The atmosphere is dark and foreboding, and the soundtrack features eerie chants and dissonant music.
Alucarda is a challenging and provocative film that explores themes of sexual repression, religious fanaticism, and the struggle between good and evil. It is not for the faint of heart, but for those who are willing to brave its dark depths, it offers a rich and rewarding experience.
Alucarda is a 1978 horror movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 14 minutes. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.3.