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A newcomer to a Catholic prep high school falls in with a trio of outcast teenage girls who practice witchcraft and they all soon conjure up various spells and curses against those who even slightly anger them.
This edgy Australian film stars an ensemble cast headed up by pop superstar Kylie Minogue, David Field, and John Lyndon. Various characters interact under strange circumstances, calling to mind movies such as GO and PULP FICTION
Edgerton & Tunney make this dark subject matter compelling for all adult audiences
This film's audio/visual quality gives it the cheapy feel of a Lifetime movie, and I guess it's fair to say that the movie's target audience is women, but the man's side is definitely explored, and Edgerton and Tunney give compelling enough performances to hold any adult viewer's attention for an hour and a half...I say adult viewers, because this film is pretty dark. The subject matter is not one that I would normally seek out, but I was captivated anyway. By the way, Tunney is definitely a "girlfriend experience" actress...that's twice now I've fallen in love with her. And on a final note, I was surprised at how forced and awkward Shepherd's performance seemed...I had fond memories of her as an actress before this.
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