Los Ojos Azul
I have traveled in Mexico quite a bit, but, thankfully, have never experienced anything like the tourists do in The Blue Eyes film.
This well-made international thriller drew me in quickly and kept me watching intently as I waited to see what would happen next as the mystery unfolds.
The Blue Eyes is not rated, but I would say it is similar to an R.
Adults and older teens who like horror books and movies will enjoy it.
The Blue Eyes
An American tourist couple travels to Chiapas, Mexico, where they have a life-changing encounter with a shape-shifting witch, Yaxte.
Stray dogs, hallucinations, fevers, nightmares, and earthly temptations drive a wedge into their relationship and their anthropological getaway.
What if Karen and Paul can’t escape their strange encounters with Nahualismo?
Are the sins of their forbears to blame for a Mayan curse?
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