In this derivative gore fest from the Dominican Republic (2012), college friends take a trip to the countryside but wind up in a road accident that sends their car tumbling into a deep ravine. Bloodied and bruised, they take refuge in an abandoned house, only to find out it’s haunted by the spirit of an evil warlord who tortured peasants from a nearby village. There’s plenty more plot where that came from, but the storytelling is so incoherent that none of it resonates. Director Francis Disla Ferreira is clearly more concerned with blood and guts, orchestrating a number of elaborate murder scenes that nevertheless lack panache. In Spanish with subtitles.