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Wishful Thinking (2010)

| Action, Comedy, Crime
Samantha borrowed $100,000 from an occultist loan shark to finance her student horror flick. Unfortunately she had no intention of paying back the money. Now she's on the run from the loan ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Matthew Barr ...
Film Production I Instructor
Amélie Blanc ...
Herb Britt II ...
Old Herb
Herb Britt ...
Herb
Kyle Britt ...
Sam's Roommate
Jonathan Butler ...
Shady Producer
Heather Canady ...
Heather
Anson Cooke ...
Anson
David Michael Galey Dugalin ...
Hobo
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Tim the Grad Student
Wayne C. Fowler ...
J.E. Hoover / God
Josh Huntsinger ...
Porn Model I
Patrick Kennedy ...
Random Victim
Brian Powlas ...
Jim
Leland H. Ripley ...
Roland
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Samantha borrowed $100,000 from an occultist loan shark to finance her student horror flick. Unfortunately she had no intention of paying back the money. Now she's on the run from the loan shark's enforcers: a dark, shadowy fallen angel named Delia, and a violent, bitterly disgruntled genie named Roland. Before it's all over she will have to rescue her friends from Roland and Delia, outwit a dangerous criminal, avoid corrupt Canadian policemen, shut down a vampire's public access cannibalistic cooking show and have an encounter with the princess of darkness herself. Written by Anonymous

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Be careful what you wish for. It just might crush your skull when you're not looking.

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The character of Jim the loanshark was originally scripted to run his criminal operation out of the back of a tobacco store in Asheville, NC. The role had to be recast when the actor playing Jim decided the character was so despicable that he couldn't even begin to think of how to portray him. The tobacco store location became unavailable and Jim's office was changed to be a corner of the basement seen in a great deal of the rest of the film, with black sheets hung on the walls to create a "nebulous black space." See more »

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