After her estranged mother is killed by a destructive witch, Hazel gets the supernatural powers passed down to her. She wakes one morning to a strange and different feeling she is not used to. After an encounter with another witch in her school, she learns that the same woman who killed her mother is after her. She comes face to face with her, forced to defend herself while barely understanding how to full control her powers.Written by
Jesse Mumma, originally cast as the Henchman, filmed three scenes that were cut from the final film. See more »
Hazel, if this is true, we need to get out of here. She killed your mother and she could be after you too.
How did you know that?
You said she was outside your house, that means she's following you.
No, about my mother. How did you know that she died? I didn't say that.
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I saw this film as it premiered because my niece was an extra in the film. I really enjoyed it, despite my connection. It seemed very professional on all ends of the spectrum. It felt like something I was watching in the theater, rather than college level work. It was definitely a crowd pleaser. You could tell from the audience reaction versus the other films that it was shown against. I'd say it was my favorite. It was funny at times and shocking at others. It almost felt like the first episode of a television show because the ending left you wanting more. That is a great thing. Overall a very well rounded film. And great to spot someone I know in the background! The guy who made the film seemed very invested in it at the premiere and it definitely showed on screen. Well done. I'm looking forward to what more this film can do in the future. I would love to see it again if I had the chance. Hopefully it will be available online or on DVD sometime soon.
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