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Witches of the Caribbean (2005)

A troubled young girl travels to an island in the Carribean for therapy after a recurring dream about the island disrupts her sleep. While there, she meets a host of other troubled teenagers, who may well be more than what they seem...

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A troubled young girl travels to an island in the Carribean for therapy after a recurring dream about the island disrupts her sleep. While there, she meets a host of other troubled teenagers, who may well be more than what they seem...

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Some spells should not be broken.

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Rated R for violence and gore | See all certifications »

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10 December 2005 (Italy)  »

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Il potere del male  »

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witchcraft with the power to induce sleep; film-making that makes you want to claw out your eyes
22 September 2005 | by (Upstate New York) – See all my reviews

Some troubled youths stay on a Caribbean island with a counselor, and they all have dreams about a witch who had been burnt to death there years earlier. One of them is a witch, though for some reason people insist on saying that she "says" she's a witch or "believes" she's a witch, which is silly.

There's little to recommend this at all. It's terribly dull. Endless conversations that serve no purpose. Scenes in which there's a montage of scenes which came earlier, which serve no purpose in being repeated except to pad out the running time. The guys take their shirts off more than once. The ladies don't. A bad movie like this needs gratuitous nudity; that doesn't make the movie better particularly, it just makes it a bad movie with nudity, which is generally preferable to a bad movie without it.

There are some apparent deaths in which hearts are grabbed out of the chest. Somehow, this creates huge spurts of blood that go all over the face of the now heartless person. Somehow, these people are able to scream well after their hearts are ripped out. I suppose that's the power of witchcraft.

Some of the powers of witchcraft, incidentally, are depicted by the use of green light. Very cheesy. It either shoots out of objects hitting people, or makes eyes glow or whatnot.

Supposedly this was shot on the Turks and Caicos Islands, a UK territory that had been part of their Jamaican colony. However, the locations are wasted so much they might as well have shot it on the California coast and pretended it was the Caribbean.


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