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Blue Demon vs. el Poder Satánico

Blue Demon vs. the Satanic Power
Blue Demon contra el Poder Satánico

Mexico 1964
produced by
Luis Enrique Vergara, Jorge García Besné (executive) for Filmica Vergara
directed by Chano Urueta
starring Blue Demon, Martha Elena Cervantes, Jaime Fernández, Queta Garay, Glenda Castro, Fernando Osés, Mario Orea, Lobo Negro (= Guillermo Hernández), Margarito Luna, El Nazi, Emilio Garibay, Carlos Suárez, Santo
story by Rafael García Travesi, Fernando Osés, screenplay by Rafael García Travesi, music by Jorge Pérez

Blue Demon, El Santo, El Santo and Blue Demon

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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After several people, among them his best friend, have been killed by an especially violent serialkiller, wrestler Blue Demon picks up investigations and traces the killing spree back to the first victim, a grave robber who has been found besides the grave of Gustavo Fernandez, whose body is weridly missing. Blue Demon does some reading up on old Gustavo and learns that he was a serialkiller 50 years ago but died from a heart attack before his execution. But Blue Demon also reads Gustavo was a master hypnotist - and thus Blue Demon figures Gustavo must have willed himself into a death-like catatonic state in which he spent his last 50 years until the graverobber set him free ... and Blue Demon is totally right of course!

Gustavo is quick to notice Blue Demon is on his trail, so he makes him kill rival wrestler Fernando Osés (who weirdly enough hasin real life co-written the story of this film) inside the ring to get him arrested for murder - but that doesn't work.

Eventually, Blue Demon reads that the only way to kill Gustavo making him believe he has lost his supernatural (hypnotic) powers, which will cancle out his last 50 years in catatonia and make him turn into a rotting corpse on the spot - so Blue Demon learns how to resist hypnosis, then faces the villain, resists his hypnosis and thus makes him turn himself into a rotting corpse.

Blue Demon's fellow wrestler (and later co-star) Santo has a fight in this film and later stops by Blue Demon's changing room to exchange a few words, but is totally immaterial to the plot as such.


By all standards, Blue Demon vs el Poder Satanico is not a good film, it's sloppily written, riddled with plotholes, too much story is just left unexplained, the wrestling bouts and musical interludes are as good as not included into the film's main narrative and pretty much destroy the pacing, the finale is disappointing as can be, and Blue Demon spends a bit too much of his time doing nothing but reading before he even joins the action ... and yet, the film is not a total trainwreck, it's very atmospherically shot (despite or even because of its obviously low budget), features many a macabre detail, and as long as the film is not taken back to the wrestling arena, it's pretty well-paced and positively creepy. All this is not enough to save this film, but at least it has its moments ...


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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