When two friends embark on a journey to Mexicali for a Birthday celebration, they soon realize their psychedelic shenanigans have taken a turn for the worse.
I would like to recommend to everyone the director's version, extended by more than twenty minutes, of additional scenes, which gives a fuller picture of the film and in an interesting way explains some issues completely omitted in the cinema release. I even refuse to compare Happy Birthday, Horror with others, masterpiece. I've many movie productions in my mind that I call favorite but best movie mean to me having both a certain style, which symbolizes the point of a movie to tell a story via motion... Show more
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