Three demonic sisters who resemble neo-goth voodoo dolls are accidentally conjured from the other side during a failed attempt to raise a little girl from the dead. With impeccable fashion ...
See full summary »
Three demonic sisters who resemble neo-goth voodoo dolls are accidentally conjured from the other side during a failed attempt to raise a little girl from the dead. With impeccable fashion sense and teen aged angst, the Sugar Skull Girls will stop at nothing to escape the clutches of The Pale Witch, the ruler of The Shadow world.Written by
Right, well beforehand on sitting down to watch "Potent Media's Sugar Skull Girls" I had never heard about it. I saw the DVD cover and knew that this was going to be a children's movie, for sure. But I still decided to sit down and watch it, because it could happen that I had been missing out on something spectacular.
"Potent Media's Sugar Skull Girls" was certainly a children's Halloween movie in every meaning of the phrase. So it might actually be a fun enough movie for the right young audience to be watching for a Halloween frightfest. Except that the movie, of course, isn't scary!
The movie was horribly weighed down by equally horrible acting performances, and they were topped off by equally bad dialogue. Who writes stuff like that, but more importantly why isn't anyone taking notice and raises a hand and suggests alterations?
This movie just hardly seems worth the time or effort. And if you are looking for some Halloween movie for the youngsters, then there are far better choices available.
0 of 0 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this