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  • An MVD Exclusive
  • SKU: CLO4017BR
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • UPC: 889466401787
  • Street Date: 07/11/23
  • PreBook Date: 06/06/23
  • Label: Cleopatra Entertainment »
  • Genre: Horror
  • Run Time: 90:00 mins
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Audio: 5.1 SURROUND
  • Year of Production: 2022
  • Region Code: 0
  • Box Lot: 30
  • Territory: NORTH AMERICA
  • Language: English


Cast & Crew

  • Actors:
  •       Agustin Olcese as Javi
  •       Clara Kovacic as Jane
  •       German Baudino as Antonio
  •       Juan Pablo Bishel as Mark
  •       Magui Bravi as Carla
  •       Maria Rigon as Sophie
  •       Matias Desiderio as Billy Bob
  • Director: Nicolas Onetti
  • Producer: Carlos Goitia
  • Producer: Michael Kraetzer
  • Producer: Monica Ciarli
  • Producer: Nicolas Onetti


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What The Waters Left Behind: Scars

A rock band gets stranded in a ghost town - where internal conflicts and the bad tour quickly lose importance - compared to the hell that awaits them

What The Waters Left Behind: Scars
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Drawing comparisons to SAW meets THE WRONG TURN, WHAT THE WATERS LEFT BEHIND: SCARS begins when after a packed gig in the middle of nowhere and a wild night out, an indie rock band's RV gets stuck in the middle of nowhere. The situation is tense: there is trouble within the band and member Billy Bob (Matías Desiderio, Palermo Hollywood ) lives up to his reputation as the band's black sheep when he first sleeps with a groupie and then flees. The remaining band members Jane (Clara Kovacic, The 100 Candles Game ) and Mark (Juan Pablo Bishel), as well as manager Javi (Agustin Olcese, The Red Book Ritual ) and companion Sophie (Eugenia Rigón, Abracadabra ).) go in search of the ruins of Epecuén. They soon realize not only that they are not alone, but that they are also in acute danger. And that you should also be careful with groupies.


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Bonus Materials

  • Includes bonus Trailers, Slide Show & more!

Sales Points

  • For fans of SAW, THE WRONG TURN, MAD MAX and backwoods horror. Official selection at such prestigious Film Festivals as SITGES (Spain), Blood Window (Argentina), Cinefantasy (Brazil), The Boulder Film Festival (USA) & Brussels Film Festival (Belgium)

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an atmospheric sequel to part one of this film series, and does many things even betterwith is its unique scenario, against which all backwood slashers with their you-can-see-the-woods-for-the-trees backdrops simply draw the short straw.

     —Ayres, GEEK GERMANY

an all-round successful backwood horror in an extraordinary setting!

     —Don Fledi, ITTENBACH

What The Waters Left Behind: Scars is best described as The Texas Chainsaw Massacre meets the Hostel and Saw films. The most surprising aspect of What The Waters Left Behind: Scars is the performances. The entire cast is very good in their roles, especially Mario Alarcón (We Are Not Animals) in the role of Tadeo, the patriarch of the psychopaths living in Epecuén.

     —MICHAEL DEN BOER, 10K Bullets

The film itself is technically superb--great drone shots, excellent lighting, and for being shot in what is essentially a dystopian wasteland, it never appears washed out or oversaturated. The music used in the film, for The Ravens performance, is actually

     —Tom Gleba, POP HORROR

A frighteningly ferocious and unforgettable film!

     —Blacktooth, HORROR SOCIETY

a solid entry in the crazy family subgenre that really manages to stand apart thanks to a strong cast, plenty of tension, and an unbelievably unique location


Unrelentingly brutal, violent, and grisly, What The Waters Left Behind: Scars is a welcome addition to the “kooky cannibal family” genre. It treads what is, for most horror fans, very familiar territory, but does so with an unnerving authenticity that has as much to do with the stellar cast, as it does the truly creepy location (read up on Epecuen, trust me)

     —TOM GLEBA, Pop Horror


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