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After coming upon a mystical dagger, a paranormal enthusiast learns of it's deadly heritage with a vengeful witch and a family curse and tries to help stop the witch from carrying out her evil plans before they come to fruition.
This is an overblown and rather disappointing effort, as this was pretty hard to get into for the majority of the film with him merely suffering from the effects without really developing a sense of fear from what's going on. Though the witch attacks are pretty fun and engaging when they kick in during the final half, the fact that they're so tame and lifeless by the rating restriction really ruins whatever this could've had by not really reveling in what it could've done, which is especially true in the house attack due to the number of fallen during the scene, but the supernatural elements and a nice atmosphere keep it afloat somewhat. While it has a pretty decent mystery unraveling in the middle of the film, this also takes too long and really could've gone by much faster to get to the witch's attacks, which again are fun and pretty much all that works for this one. A pretty big disappointment.
Rated PG-13: Violence and Language.
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