In this fourth series of the hell-raising Wishmaster, the Djinn unleashes his undying love and three wishes on a beautiful new victim named Lisa, whose crucial third wish is one that the ... See full summary »
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In this fourth series of the hell-raising Wishmaster, the Djinn unleashes his undying love and three wishes on a beautiful new victim named Lisa, whose crucial third wish is one that the Wishmaster cannot fulfill without leaving a trail of terror, devastation and blood in his wake. The evil brotherhood of the Djinns shall awaken from the flames of Hell. As the third wish is made, humankind had better be prepared for the apocalypse. Woken up once again, the repulsive Djinn returns to wreck the life of more innocent victims with his deadly fulfillments. In order to prevent the release of the evil brotherhood of the Djinns from Hell, Lisa must find a way to destroy the Djinn to stop the prophecy from being fulfilled. Written by
When the Djinn, in human form, is waving a stick and taunting the hunter, you can see a crewmember in blue on the left of the screen, in front of the tree. On the next shot of the tree, he's gone. See more »
After seeing the third movie, which was abominable, I didn't think it could get much worse with the fourth (and hopefully last) movie in the Wishmaster series. Unfortunately I was wrong, not only was it bad this time, but it was boring as hell too! As someone stated before, the abundant (and redundant) use of nudity (well, for American standards anyway) seems to try and cover up how bad this movie really is. I found it to be more enjoyable to read some of the other comments about this movie. The comments from the person who actually thinks there's a deeper meaning to this movie and was happily surprised to see the 'softer' side of the Djinn really made my day.
If you enjoy watching a plethora of fake fire effects, this is your movie, if not, don't even bother.
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