A high school student named Brett Bumpers receives a mysterious package one day. He does not know who gave it to him, but after a while he finds out that the totem within the package can ...
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A high school student named Brett Bumpers receives a mysterious package one day. He does not know who gave it to him, but after a while he finds out that the totem within the package can give him 3 wishes. When the most beautiful girl in school, Samantha, invites him to dance on the next day, he knows for sure that his first wish has come true. He uses the second one to make Samantha fall in love with him, but when someone starts killing students in the school, he realizes that it has something to do with the totem. Now it's his responsibility to save their lives. Written by
Much better than it has any right to be (better than Wishmaster too)
Is there anyone, anywhere, who doesn't already have an answer (most likely
with all sorts of sub-clauses and strict definitions) to EXACTLY what they
would wish for, given three chances!???
Never mind. For virtually everyone in the movie, the acting and dialogue
are brilliant. The entirely natural relationships and deft avoidance of
many easy cliches makes this one of the best 'B' movies I've seen, and a
lesson for directors & writers with much bigger budgets.
"Horror" seems a bit strong in describing Wishcraft. It's no worse than
Scream, and not even as frightening - although a couple of scenes ('fake
knife' & 'unmasked') are really well done. I didn't expect the revelation
towards the end either. The end itself (which can ruin a film) is pretty
It's difficult to say more without revealing the movie, and I recommend
see this the same way I did - optimistically, and with a vague hope that
it's better than Wishmaster (which it so is).
In fact, if they pumped up the soundtrack and had more famous faces, this
film would easily be in the same league as Scream, Swimfan and (dare I say
it) an average episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
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