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Wishmaster 4: The Prophecy Fulfilled (2002)

This time, the Djinn unleashes his undying love for a beautiful woman in his final attempt to unleash his brethren from Hell.


Chris Angel


John Benjamin Martin, Peter Atkins (based on character created by)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Tara Spencer-Nairn ... Lisa
Michael Trucco ... Steven Verdel
Jason Thompson ... Sam
John Novak ... Djinn
Victor Webster ... Hunter
John Benjamin Martin John Benjamin Martin ... Hollister
Kimberly Huie ... Tracy
Mariam Bernstein Mariam Bernstein ... Jennifer
Mandy Hochbaum Mandy Hochbaum ... Shopper
Jenny Pudavick ... Waitress (as Jennifer Pudavick)
Ernesto Griffith Ernesto Griffith ... Nick (Bartender)
Rea Kavanagh Rea Kavanagh ... Cocktail Waitress
Janice Tetreault Janice Tetreault ... Dancer #1
Cara Bisiak Cara Bisiak ... Dancer #2
Aleks Paunovic ... Brick


In this fourth series of the hell-raising Wishmaster, the Djinn unleashes his undying love and three wishes on a beautiful new victim named Lisa, whose crucial third wish is one that the Wishmaster cannot fulfill without leaving a trail of terror, devastation and blood in his wake. The evil brotherhood of the Djinns shall awaken from the flames of Hell. As the third wish is made, humankind had better be prepared for the apocalypse. Woken up once again, the repulsive Djinn returns to wreck the life of more innocent victims with his deadly fulfillments. In order to prevent the release of the evil brotherhood of the Djinns from Hell, Lisa must find a way to destroy the Djinn to stop the prophecy from being fulfilled. Written by Kevin <kevin_blaze@hotmail.com>

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis


Leave no soul unturned. See more »

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong violence/gore, sexuality and some language | See all certifications »

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Did You Know?


Both the third and fourth films were shot on a tight 16 day scheduled shoot according to the director Chris Angel. See more »


There is no evidence of bloodstains on the faxed documents. See more »


Brick: Let's see what you've got, tough guy.
Steven Verdel: Is that what you wish me to do?
Brick: Is that what I wish you to do? What are you, some kind of fag or something, huh? Is that it? You want me to smack you around a little bit so you can get off?
Steven Verdel: I just want to give you what you want.
Brick: Get the fuck out of here.
Steven Verdel: Is that your wish?
Brick: [punches Steven in the face] Is that your wish, you sick fuck?
Steven Verdel: I'm just here to serve you.
Brick: Fuck off.
[throws Steven into the wall and beats him up]
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Follows Wishmaster 3: Beyond the Gates of Hell (2001) See more »


No More Baby
Written by Bergsenson and Daniele Torrente
Performed by Disco Blu featuring Baby
Published by Big Tiger Music (BMI)
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People expect too much from this film, but it's good
17 September 2003 | by titantrap2See all my reviews

This film is a far better example of a sequel than a lot of other straight to video sequels. Although this is not "Citizen Kane" by any means it is an entertaining and well acted movie, in most respects. Personally, i was impressed by the performance of Michael Trucco playing the human face of the Djinn. His voice in several scenes was an interesting tribute to Andrew Divoff. His performance far surpasses Chris Connery from the third installment. The female lead is sexy, and not untalented. And for the first time since the original, the story is different. What people fail to realize is this is an anthology film series, the others who reviewed this flick keep comparing John Novak's Djinn to Andrew Divoff's original performance. He is not the same Djinn, he is not meant to be the same Djinn. The Djinn both singular and plural are a race of beings created after the angels but before man. There are more than one of them out there. Another factor to consider is that this is the fourth installment of the series, as a writer, director and actor in this film, you inherit three films worth of storyline and baggage, and with the shrunken budget, you have very little to work with. The story has originality, the film is fast paced, it contains some humor and interesting wish fullfillment, and it has new characters and a new dimension to the Djinn mystique. It's a good flick, and i suggest it to all Wishmaster fans. Just keep an open mind.

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Release Date:

22 October 2002 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

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Filming Locations:

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada


Box Office


$500,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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