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Equinox Knocks (1999)

R | | Comedy | 1999 (USA)
I was in this movie :) good ol weimar Texas !!



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Caleb James
Debra Cassidy ...
Courtney Davis
Amber Lea Voiles ...
Lynette Larson
Allie Black
Matt Saunders
Roxane Alexander ...
Rayette Ransom
Stephanie Woodyard ...
Donette Dawson
Heidi Howell ...
Duh'Ette Dunlap
Dinah / Dinette
Raymond L. Kohler ...
Coach Turner
Michael Stuart ...
Ray Hyde
Michael Miller ...
Mr. Benis
Victor Steele ...
Jane Braugh ...
Officer Peggy Black
George Poe ...
Mr. Hardin


17 year-old Allie Black's world looks pretty good: she's popular at her small town Texas high school, she's dating the star Quarterback and her best friend Courtney is a witch. But that world is turned upside down when Allie catches her boyfriend in the arms of her arch-rival Lynette. She vows revenge. Unfortunately, it's the night of the autumnal equinox and Courtney has called up the powers to honor the day. When Allie chants, "Make me a boy...." the forces collide and by morning her wish is granted. Suddenly SHE'S facing life as a HE. Written by Anonymous

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Be careful what you witch for



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Rated R for some crude sexual content




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A pleasant surprise for this cheap horror fan
9 July 2006 | by (Florida) – See all my reviews

I was expecting another one of those disgusting horror movies that fascinate me so. However, I was pleasantly surprised at this clever comedy with little horror if any, although that guy who ran to hotel was kind of scary, hehe.

Guilford Adams was brilliant in his role as the girl turned boy. I have seen him in other movies as well and this is his kind of role. Allie accidentally cast a spell and turned into a boy she would call Caleb James, played by Adams. I would point out, however, that Adams acted particularly effeminate, while the girl Allie, who became the boy, was not so girlie herself. Perhaps, however, the tragedy of becoming a boy made her cling to her feminine ways all the more. Wait until you see how Allie/Caleb gets revenge on her boyfriend, and more importantly, her arch rival. This movie while have you laughing as good as anything in the comedy section of the video store. I would say that is where it belongs, but then, I would have never stumbled across it there, so I am glad they placed it in Horror.

I gave this an 8 out of 10, which is I believe the highest rating I have ever given to an indie film. I recommend this not only for comedy fans but horror fans as well. It is a nice change of pace from the usual sadistic gore of indie horror.

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