A scientific research team investigates and documents the supernatural phenomena surrounding the disappearance of a cattle ranchers 10 year old son. Inspired by true events that shocked the paranormal community around the world.
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In 1973, a group of kids cause the accidental death of a Medicine Man, which brings about a curse on their unborn children. Now, in present day, the cursed kids have disappeared, and college student Brooke Carter and friend AJ Green come to town to uncover the horrifying truth of what happened to the kids the night they disappeared. Along the way, Brooke learns her own chilling connection to the curse... Written by
This starts out like a Blair Witch type of thing - with a couple "Big City" college students going to Hicksville USA to make a Documentary about an Indian Curse and it quickly degenerates into a mesh of stereotypical bargain basement horror antics, bad acting and idiotic clichés. I won't waste any time on the movies plot - what little there is - is the very definition of cliché and the acting is atrocious as for the technical side it's neither good nor bad (if anything it's thoroughly uninspired and unimaginative) but never really sets the mood and as such it's a very "flat" movie. This is a total waste of time and as a horror movie it it's not even a little scary - in fact the only scary thing about this mess is the ending - seeing that it suggest a possibility of a SEQUEL - now that is a truly horrifying prospect that might just cost a few nights sleep.
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