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  • Actors: Hafid Abdelmoula, Shannon Caruso, Charles Comer, Dora Cothern, Howard Cothern
  • Directors: Charlie Minn
  • Writers: Charlie Minn, Sara Vander Horn
  • Producers: Charlie Minn, Amer Jandali, Dan Williams, Jacob Bayless, Mark Myers
  • Format: AC-3, Dolby, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • Release Date: May 31 2011
  • Run Time: 103 minutes
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  • ASIN: B004RE29U4
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This powerful film is based on actual events involving two killers who walked into a Las Cruces bowling alley and changed the lives of seven people and their families forever. Forced to the floor at gunpoint, the victims were shot multiple times, execution style. Left for dead in a burning building, one heroic girl was able to call for help. Twenty years later, the people of Las Cruces still seek justice with only two survivors remaining and the killers still on the loose.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Riviting - Must see Movie June 3 2011
By Von411 - Published on
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I know Audrey. I never asked her what had happened because I did not want to upset her. After seeing this movie I was devisated. I have a 3 year old daughter and 1 year old son. I got them and hugged them through all my tears. I hope that by spreading the word and seeing the composites that someone will come forth and give them closure. What they have been through and continue to go through is unspeakable. I can only hope that one day someone will have the courage to come forward with information that can put these monsters away. How can you shoot a 2 1/2 year old and live with yourself. Watch the movie and share with everyone. Its important to get this out. Charlie Minn has done a great job of keeping this in the limelight now it is up to us the Citizens to spread the word and get new leads. Please watch this film and share with everyone.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A Nightmare In Las Cruces review March 11 2013
By J. Paul - Published on
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This isn't going to be like my usual reviews for a movie or a wrestling Pay Per View. This is a review for a documentary called A Nightmare In Cruces. I 1st heard of this story on an episode of Unsolved Mysteries back in 2000 or 2001 when I heard that little kids were killed I cannot yell what I said cause amazon wouldn't put my review up. Anyway these 2 loser SOB cowards took $5,000 & killed a 2 year old & 6 year old girl. Then they killed their father a 13 year old & they were killed for $5,000 & I also found out from the documentary that those 2 pricks set fire to the bowling alley. Basically what they did is they took this girl Melissia her friend Amy they took the cook Ida & then The Day Manager Stephanie held them in the office as they got the money a man named Steve Teran & his 2 Daughters showed at the worst possible time the Steve guy served in The National Gaurd & had aspirations of becoming a Cop. Steve Teran's Wife Audrey not only loses her Husband in 1 day but her 2 daughters Valerie who was only 2 & Paula who was only 6. I wonder if Mr Teran had been armed that day he could've been able to stop those 2 pos's. Steve Teran, Paula, Valerie, Melissia, Amy, Ida & Stepanie were all shot execution style & like I said the thugs took $5,000. There was still money in the Bowling Alley. The girl Melissia bleeding everywhere & bullets in her head calls 911 & The Dispatch Recordings just grab your attention. Ida, Stephanie & Melissia survived but Steve Teran his 2 daughters died & Valerie died at the hospital Audrey finds out that her Husband & 1 of her kids are dead & she goes to the hospital only to find out that Valerie her youngest had died. I mean not only did those 2 SOB's not only ruined the survivor's lives but the lives of other family members too. You find out that Stephanie lived in fear for 9 years until her death in 1999. She never could cope with what happened she thought that those 2 pos's were going to come after her & finish the job I can't blame her if I was in her position I would be more than afrid too. Ida the cook pretty much never worked again after the massacre. She suffers from PTSD. You have Steve Senac on here who is Stephanie's Uncle I think he says that he saw 2 guys fitting the discription that Melissia gave to the sketch artist. He said if you're going to rob a business go put on a mask & rob the place & get out. He said that he also remembers telling Stephanie & Melissia to lock the door. Steven Teran's Sister In Law gave a very straight forward & blunt line where she holds up a dress that Valerie wore on her 2nd birthday she says "This was her body & to be able to look her in the eyes her big black eyes & to do that to her it has to be The Devil there's no other way of explaning it." Audrey Teran Steven's Wife said "He was looking right at her when he shot her. He had to have been. He had to have been looking right at her." She also says "I hope he sees her eyes everyday I hope that is the 1st thing he remembers when he wakes up in the morning. Anthony Woods The Step Father of Amy said he could've easily been a victim cause he dropped Amy off at The Bowling Alley & he said if I had been delayed getting there maybe I could've stopped it or could've lost my life trying to stop them. 1 thing that is a reoccuring theme is that they didn't take all the money it was like it was hit men sending a message to the owner cause you find out that he had a son named RJ who was a drug addict. The men who robbed the place were discribed as 2 dark skinned men there is a detective who said around the time of The Bowling Alley Massacre that there was a Cuban population in the area that heavy in gang activity & the owners's Son RJ made a lot of transactions at The Bowling Alley. They interviewed The Owner Ron Senac who comes off like he knows more than he's letting on. He wasn't in town when the massacre went down he was out of town golfing I listened to a little bit of the commentary by Charlie Minn tells how none of The Senac's live in Las Cruces anymore they left after The Bowling Alley was sold a few months or a year after the massacre. RJ Senac died in 1997 from a drug overdose. There is mention of this girl who was a drug addict who said she housed the 2 men that were responsible for the massacre. They also show The Sheriff at time Fred Rubio who tried his best to crack this case as well as Mark Meyers who became Sheriff in 2002 who has kept the case alive. Back to the owner who comes off as a prick in the interview there was a Curch Bowling League that came to bowl that would be ok only it was 2 days after the massacre they place wasn't straightened up it was still a crime scene Ron Senac just opens the doors I'm sure Go d was happy with them. Ron Senac also lived in a room above The Bowling Alley cause he lived a very extragant lifestyle & lost his house in a rich part of Las Cruces. Ron Senac said that he didn't spend much time with The Bowlers cause it would upset him. But I have a quote by a resident of Las Cruces. "He would go around The Bowling Alley & he'd be like everythings cool things are going to liven up & in half an hour he's insaulted everybody including the people who work there. He's 1 of those people that when they leave your glad they did." Las Cruces resident Charles Comer. I think that Ron Senac knows more that he is letting on as I said. The victims & the cops & paramedics became close & they show where Melissia reunited with 1 of the operators from when the massacre happened. Steven Teran's Brother talked about he still has a pricture of Steven & his Daughters in his office the picture of Steven was when he was in his National Guard Uniform he has those piercing eyes that tell him to do the right thing. Audrey says that Steven isn't resting in piece. The famlies have some great stories about their loved ones. I don't know if this case will ever be solved I wish they could be I think the 2 pos's fled to Mexico or Centeral or South America or they're dead & they're in he l l hanging out with Hitler. Mao, Saddam Hussien & Bin Laden. I hope I did my best cause I have never reviewed a documentary if you liked my review then leave a comment & I'll see if I can review more documentaries.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Heartbreaking Story June 2 2011
By Jorge - Published on
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Documentary, really, which makes it so very heartbreaking. I hope it raises enough attention so that the perpetrators are found and brought to justice. It very clearly illustrates the long term impact to family and survivors of horrendous crime.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The absolute definition of tragedy... July 20 2011
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Long time crime documentary if you are at all into that genre than you should really give this film a try.

I gave it a 4 based largely on it's actual story. It's nicely told through bringing together original footage with brief reenactments, and then the narration by the actual people who were involved directly in event. It captures their heartbreak, loss, and tragedy on a level that is almost unbearable to watch at times, yet equally riveting and powerful when you do.

It didn't elevate past a 4 on my scale because of the film making and such...lacks a bunch here but I love documentaries for their story and information, not so much on how well the presentation of it was.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars DustyB46 July 7 2011
By Carrol McLennan - Published on
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As I sit here writing this review with tears still in my eyes,I can't image someone killing anyone let alone children as cold bloodly as these animals did.
I feel like this was no robbery,that it was a message to someone and that person knows what it was all about. I too encourage everyone to watch this,to get it out to as many people as possible. The families and surviors need to know why,how the murders could hold a 2 year old child and shoot them in the forehead.

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