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David P. Barton
On her 18th birthday, Rebecca meets a mysterious man with magical powers. Roman, the warlock, shows her how her parents were murdered and bestows upon her the Sacred Amulet that is her birth rite. As she delves into the black arts of witchcraft, her adopted sister, Erin, fights to save her soul from the evil that has possessed her. It all ends in a showdown of good and evil as Erin and Roman battle for Rebecca. Written by
Once upon a time, tricked by a reasonable looking front cover and the fact that it was in blockbuster, a friend and I rented this film. That day is burned in our minds forever. It is clear from the first 5 minutes that this film is rubbish. To start with, it's a stupid plot.
What I really don't get is why Rebecca suddenly starts having sex with everyone. And why she doesn't think it's weird that some warlock suddenly starts stalking her.
Then there are the "special effects". Rebecca (an "eighteen year old")sees Roman through the window "floating". He is just standing on a car. And there's a scene where everyone "disappears" by walking out of shot.
I'm not saying don't watch it. On the contrary, go and get it right now. I'm just warning you, if you are looking for a film you can believe in, this isn't it. I don't really know how to rate this. For comedy value, 10 out of 10. For a serious horror movie, 3 out of 10. What am I talking about, 3? I mean 1. No, not even that.
The best bit of this DVD is the trailer for R.O.C.C.O. Seriously.
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