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Hoodoo for Voodoo

USA 2006
produced by
Steven Shea for Abyssmal Entertainment
directed by Steven Shea
starring Brunhilda Zekthi, Chris McDaniel, Sacha Crutchfield, Garrett Harrison, Aaliyah Madyun, Forest Crumpler, Valensky Sylvain, Brittany Messina, Kian O'Grady, Linnea Quigley, Debbie Rochon, Tiffany Shepis, Lloyd Kaufman, Michael Arnona, Andrey Barhatkov, Russell Blemke, Jessica Bontempo, Brigitte Boulay, Anthony Demaris, McKae Dietrich, Adam Dunnells, Jessica Dwyer, Carlos Gonzalez, Wai Mui, Johnny Rock, Christin Tinkle, Hollie Winnard, Amy Zimmitti
written by Brandon Jones, Craig Minich, Steven Shea, music by J.Scott Richard

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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A bunch of kids go to New Orleans for the Mardi Gras after having won the trip on a radio show, and the first set-back is that they are not actually staying in New Orleans but some remote holiday resort quite a few miles away from the city with none of the nightlife that was promised to them. This is only a minor setback though compared to the fact that there is a voodoo-killer let loose on the premises who kills them one by one ... and soon the number of the kids is down to three, Squid (Chris McDaniel), his new girlfriend Danielle (Brunhilda Zekthi), and her best friend Asia (Sacha Crutchfield), who follow clue after clue to find out what's really going on, but when they finally manage to figure out who the actual killer of the piece is - one of their tour guides - they also have to find out they have been drugged and are about to be zombified ... and when they finally come to again, they find themselves entombed in a crypt - but at least Squid and Danielle can finally make out ...


A piece of low budget horror that unfortunately enough takes no risks at all, it just follows the rules of the slasher genre to the t, both on a narrative and a directorial level, and considering the slasher genre has not much to offer in terms of originality as a rule, this film hasn't either. Also, the total lack of interesting characters keeps this one from really kicking into gear. It seems that only towards the end, the writers and director tried to break away from the slasher-mold a little bit and added a few jokes (including the happy ending in a crypt) - but that's a bit too little too late to save the film as a whole.


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directed by
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written by
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