A young woman enrolls at an all-girls college in New England to investigate her sister's suicide and is slowly lured into a witchcraft cult by a quartet of students wanting to make her their fifth member of their evil circle.
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Beth, under an alias, enrolls at Fallbridge College for Girls to probe the apparent suicide of her younger sister who attended school there, and soon battles against a secret group called "The Five" who are in fact a Satanic cult of witches and have chosen Beth, a natural witch herself, to join the cult as the fifth member to consolidate its power for world domination. Written by
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The photos on IDs and other forms of identification for Beth/Karen are promotional stills from the first season of Charmed (1998), another Aaron Spelling production. See more »
When Karen is leaving the party, you can see her microphone box attached to the back of her dress. See more »
I just meant that I'm glad someone could be there for you. And you know I'm always here for you too. I guess we don't know each other that well yet but I hope that'll change.
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Shannen Doherty seemed a little old to be going to college (even if it was to investigate her sister's "suicide") - but my friends and I sure had fun watching her battle everyone from Goth girls to Kate Jackson. There were more twists in the plot than I expected, and several of the performances were good - i.e. the lead Goth girl, Julie Benz as the head Satanic girl, the guy from 90201 who played Shannen's boyfriend, and yes, even Ms. Doherty. On the downside, the special effects were pretty cheesy.
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