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Voodoo Moon
     

Voodoo Moon

Cast: Eric Mabius, Charisma Carpenter, Rik Young

 
A pair of supernatural siblings battle the demonic force that killed their family in this horror/action film commissioned for the SciFi cable network. Twenty years after their entire hometown was decimated by an evil being, angry young man Cole (Eric Mabius) has become a globe-hopping demon-hunter while his sister, Heather (Charisma Carpenter), has become an artist.

Overview

A pair of supernatural siblings battle the demonic force that killed their family in this horror/action film commissioned for the SciFi cable network. Twenty years after their entire hometown was decimated by an evil being, angry young man Cole (Eric Mabius) has become a globe-hopping demon-hunter while his sister, Heather (Charisma Carpenter), has become an artist. Eventually, however, the voodoo spirits known as the loa contact Cole to prepare him for an epic battle with the dark force that destroyed his childhood -- a battle in which he will have to draw on Heather's psychic abilities and the gratitude of the many people he's helped around the world. In addition to Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel vet Carpenter and Resident Evil star Mabius, Voodoo Moon features horror royalty Dee Wallace (Cujo, The Howling) and Jeffrey Combs (Re-Animator) and Good Times patriarch/Die Hard 2 bruiser John Amos. Voodoo Moon premiered June 4, 2006, on SciFi.

Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Brian J. Dillard
With its sprawling, Clive Barker-esque mythology, deliberately dangling plot threads, and multitude of secondary characters, this fright flick seems more like a pilot than a made-for-TV movie. Perhaps the executives at the SciFi network were hoping for a franchise, though little in Voodoo Moon screams out for a repeat visit. Director Kevin VanHook, no stranger to this kind of dreck, as usual manages to raise expectations with a few good ideas and some decent casting. But chiselled hero Eric Mabius can't really pull off the requisite angst, while the usually sharp Charisma Carpenter mostly sleepwalks through her downbeat role as a psychic artist. Jeffrey Combs does have some fun as a slacker zombie, but plenty of other talents, from John Amos to Dee Wallace, seem to have been cast more for name recognition than because the script had anything interesting for them to do. Poorly paced, interminably talky, and outfitted with only the most cursory of set pieces, Voodoo Moon fails even as a fanboys-only time-filler.

Product Details

Release Date:
10/03/2006
UPC:
0013138207883
Original Release:
2005
Rating:
NR
Source:
Starz / Anchor Bay
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Time:
1:29:00
Sales rank:
51,024

Special Features

Widescreen presentation (1.78:1) enhanced for 16x9 TVs; Black Magic: The Stunts, Make-up and Visual Effects of Voodoo Moon; You Reap What You Sew: The Making of Voodoo Moon; Deleted scenes; Photo & still gallery; Trailer; Screenplay on DVD-ROM

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Disc #1 -- Voodoo Moon
1. Opening Credits [5:37]
2. A Murder of Crows [8:53]
3. Nervous Breakdown [9:32]
4. Merrifield, TN [7:27]
5. Rules Are Rules [9:07]
6. Cole's Friends [5:59]
7. Lake of Fire [9:27]
8. Conversation With the Devil [10:16]
9. Book of Job [3:31]
10. Boris Karloff [15:54]
11. Take Care [3:42]
12. End Credits [2:01]

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