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Alan J. Levi
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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
Saw this on the shelf at the local video store, and it looked like it had a possibility of being entertaining, so I gave it a chance. Once I started watching it, I wondered how this atrocity managed to be taken seriously enough to end up at any rental store, anywhere. It seemed like something some bored high-school kids threw together over the course of a weekend. Totally boring, unoriginal, and lacking any kind of acting talent. I couldn't even enjoy this in a "so bad, it's good" kind of way. I can't recall exactly what the box at the store had to say now, but it was good enough to convince me that this movie might be worth something; please do yourself a favor and don't repeat my mistake.
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