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Tiki (2006)

Unrated | | Horror | Video 10 October 2006
When Amy moves from her beloved Hawaiian Islands to study drama on the mainland, she has little cause to rejoice as a gang of vicious co-eds plots to make her life a living hell. WIth the ... See full summary »

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Joelene Smith ...
Amy Connelly
Maria Caprile ...
Aunt Maylea
Tanya Morton ...
Julie
Wes Deitrick ...
Mark Bernardi
Angela Dierdorff Petro ...
Dr. Sherry Goodwin
Michael Weaver ...
Dr. Widesworth
Holly Pugsley ...
Brandy
Brynnda Napier ...
Holly
Ashley Williamson-Payne ...
Margaret
Megan Morgan ...
Vonnie
Heather Swanstrom ...
Ashley
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Jake Wilson (as Daniel Anderson)
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Connor McHenry
Jerry Sciarrio ...
Detective Waltham
Jamie Flannery ...
Detective McPherson
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When Amy moves from her beloved Hawaiian Islands to study drama on the mainland, she has little cause to rejoice as a gang of vicious co-eds plots to make her life a living hell. WIth the aid of their boyfriends, the girls set Amy up as the target of a horrendous prank that results in the young girl falling victim to a brain seizure from which she may never recover. Seeking answers, her aunt Maelea arrives with a special Tiki doll -- specially designed to kill! Through magic, she coaxes Amy's subconscious spirit to enter the idol's body and bring it to hideous life. Now the idol tracks down the students one by one to exact its grisly revenge in a relentless assault of Tiki terror! Written by Anonymous

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Poor Man's version of the old killer doll films from Full Moon
23 January 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I was always a big fan growing up of the early work from Charlie Band's Full Moon pictures. The Puppet Master series being a shining example. I really wanted to like Tiki, but sadly there is little to recommend it. One could argue that the idea of the killer puppets, or dolls in Full Moon's pictures', was unrealistic as a menacing threat, and just campy. And I'd have to agree with that, however those films had charm, and some of the entries were much better than the critics gave them credit for. There are limits to one's disbelief, and sadly the design in Tiki was really bad. The Tiki doll's kills are just hard to watch, and not in a good way. There was some mildly redeeming gore, but the Tiki was just to pathetic to really care, and took away any small impact the scenes had. Remember I actually liked many of Full Moon's epics', so take my poor review of this into account before you view it. Also yet again a B movie sin is committed, and thats a lesbian scene, that cut away before any real flesh was revealed. Don't mean to be crass, but I know thats what you guys want to know about. It is worse to tease a scene, and not really deliver, than it is to not even have it at all. The acting varies, but is alright for a low budget film, with local theater talent. Ultimately a film like Tiki needs to be either funny or scary, and Tiki is neither. It just ran way to long, and they could have learned something from Full Moon.


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