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The Spell (2009)

THE SPELL tells the story of Jenny, a young girl who finds herself unwanted by either of her separated parents during the formative years of her life and leaves home at the earliest ... See full summary »

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Jenny (as Rebecca Pitkin)
Luke Harris ...
Rick (as Pietro Herrera)
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Vicky
Julia Curle ...
Clare
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Kate (as Laura O'Donoughue)
Steve Murphy ...
Jenny's Dad
Steve Smith ...
Ed
Luke Dickson ...
Psychiatrist
Kristy Bruce ...
Laura
Thomas Frere ...
Priest
Ian Targett ...
City Centre Priest
Paul Hurstfield ...
Ian
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Sandra
Lou Birks ...
High Priestess
Hayley Taylor-Jones ...
First Nurse
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THE SPELL tells the story of Jenny, a young girl who finds herself unwanted by either of her separated parents during the formative years of her life and leaves home at the earliest opportunity. However, live-in boyfriend Rick's associations with witchcraft and black magic soon take her down a path which leads to the most horrific experience of her young life. Written by Anonymous

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2.35 : 1
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Moving On
Music by Alan Moore
Lyrics by Owen Carey Jones
Performed by Felicity Barker & Alan Moore
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You should read a book whilst you watch this garbage
28 March 2010 | by See all my reviews

This has got to be one of the worst movies I have ever watched in my life. The storyline was good, but the acting, directing and production were appalling. It literally dragged all the way through. It was not in the least bit scary. The "special effects" consisted of a few things rattling and a couple of pictures moving. The theme song was sung by an absolutely awful "singer" who couldn't even reach the notes of the song.

It was so bad that it impelled me to write this review, which I have never done before and I provide and watch many movies to review. I honestly cannot find one good thing to say about it. Anyone who gives a good review of this has got to be connected in some way with the film. Keep your money in your pockets folks.


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