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Horror Movie- teens stuck in house and can't leave

This was a movie, probably from the early 2000s. A horror movie where a bunch of teens go on vacation in Mexico, or a Spanish speaking country. They see a weird lady there (I think she may have been by a waterfall, and she may have drowned her children). That night the teens retreat to the house/cabin they are staying in. Then weird things start to happen and the teens are being hunted by something from inside the house and it starts killing them off one by one. When they open the cabin door to try and run away, the outside world is gone, it's just a black void. If something goes out, it never comes back. That's all I can remember but I really want to watch it again
asked Jan 16, 2015 in Name That Movie by sashasami (6 points)

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"The Wailer" based on the Mexican tale of La Llarona.

answered Jan 17, 2015 by VHS_Lives (10,667 points)
selected Jan 17, 2015 by sashasami
Omygosh you are the best. I found the La Llarona movies and this one would not pop up. My friend and I have been trying to find this out for ages.
Glad I was able to find it for you. It took a few minutes, as, like you said, it is not in most La Llorna places. I did a site restricted search of and put la llorna in quotes. A little digging then, and voila. Enjoy.