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Unlucky Charms (2013)

Unrated | | Fantasy, Horror | 22 July 2013 (USA)
Five girls vie for a chance to model diva Deedee DeVille's fashion line, but they're soon competing for their lives against four mythical beings, led by the mischievous Farr Darrig.

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Jessica Lou Allen ...
Mcgregor's Assistant
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Bloody Bones
Sophia Beetz ...
Little Girl / Kid at Park
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Erin
Roman Coto ...
Kid at Park (as Roman Beetz)
Mike Diva ...
McGregor
Bianca Figueroa ...
Kid at park
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Banshee
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Sheila
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Pookah (voice)
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Mika
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Baxter Randolph
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Pirl
Nathan Phillips ...
Farr Darrig
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DeeDee Deville
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Five beautiful girls vie for a chance to become the spokesmodel for diva DeeDee DeVille's (Jeryl Prescott from "The Walking Dead") new high-end line of lingerie. The claws come out when the competition gets fierce, but when they begin to disappear one by one, they soon find that they are competing for their lives. DeeDee invokes four mythical beings - The Cyclops, The Banshee, The Hobgoblin and the mischievous, red leprechaun, Farr Darrig - from an ancient charm bracelet to steal the girls' souls, but the creatures from the underworld have plans of their own. Whomever wields the power of these UNLUCKY CHARMS beware. They're magically malicious! Written by Kent Roudebush

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$500,000 (estimated)
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Excellent movie
22 August 2013 | by See all my reviews

I didn't expect a lot from this movie. Thought it would be stupid fun. It looked like your classic, B-grade slasher film. I was expecting cheesy monsters, little plot, with a little bit of nudity and lots of graphic deaths. I was very pleasantly surprised. This turned out to be one of the best written movies I've seen recently. The acting wasn't great and the effects were weak. But the writing made up for all of that. It was a compelling story, with deep, interesting characters and it included one of the best integrated exposition dialogs I've ever seen. My only complaint is that there was a point where they seemed to rush for time, so the end seemed hurried. But the rest of the film makes up for that. This is a must watch film.


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