María Orozco (Laura)David Angel Rivera (Mirlo)Michael Dionisio Morales (Buho)José Castro (Aguila)Rosibel Carvajal (Bruja mayor)Silvia Campos (Marlene)Estíbaliz Solís (Verónica)Ricardo Rodriguez Otoya (Beto)José Arceyuth (Yuppie)Rocío Carranza (Eva)María Luisa Garita (Anita)Haymo Heyder (Morris)Claudio Morris (Hotel clerk)David Nisson (Carter)Gustavo Rojas (Miguel)Rosita Soto (Tourist)Sofía Valverde (Travel Agency clerk)
Adrian Garcia Bogliano, Ramiro García Bogliano
"Donde Duerme el Horror" unveils an intriguing story of destiny and death. Surprised by an unexpected witness, robbers murder a woman who curses them. Little do they know of her connection with a treacherous sect indeed. Their chosen location to hide the loot turns out to be an adventure lodge where the owners are offered a talisman that supposedly grants wishes. Naively, they wish for a sum of money. Next day their beloved son unexpectedly dies. The exact sum they wished for is offered in accident insurance. Coincidence, or fate? The event lures the couple into a downward spiral. Meanwhile, the robbers are drawn to members of the sect who succeed in seducing and hideously murdering two of them, but one escapes. The owner comes upon the loot. It is again the exact same amount that he has rejected from the insurance company. Now convinced of the power of this amulet and incapable of escaping the consequences of their wish, the mother, gone mad, forces her husband to make a final wish: to bring their son back to life. The film ends with a bleak twist of the plot where the surviving thief, the owners and the undead son, all in the grip of black magic and the powerful talisman collide in a horrifying lesson that proves the dictum: Be careful what you wish for: you may just get it.