Listen up eses, we got Chupacabras all up in here!
Syfy gets especially bloodthirsty in tonight's fiesta of fear, Chupacabra vs. The Alamo, as a super-pack of rabid Chupacabra give a whole new meaning to 'dogs in the city.'
On the two-year anniversary of Agent Carlos 'Jaguar' Seguin's becoming a widower, coincidentally Cinco de Mayo, Seguin (Erik Estrada) meets beautiful fellow DEA agent Tracy Taylor (Julia Benson, Stargate Universe) while investigating the vicious murder of drug dealers in a San Antonio smugglers cave. Soon the Jaguar's hunting the ravenous beasts, who attack his daughter and friends, tracking them to a particularly deadly hotel for dogs. Their fearsome clash culminates in an explosively bloody battle at the Alamo historical monument you'll not soon forget.
Don't miss this thrilling chance to see Erik Estrada ride again tonight @ 9/8c on Syfy in Chupacabra vs. The Alamo.
* Read more about Estrada's role in this chiller and his real life law enforcment work to keep America's children safe from internet predators here.
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