Damn Kids and Their Curses…

As far as I’m concerned, low budget horror movie filmmakers just can’t make enough films featuring creatures with red glow-in-the-dark eyes. Thank goodness for Voodoo Curse: The Giddeh. I’ve been needin’ my fix. Let’s check out that plot description from Maverick Entertainment’s Creep FX webpage:

“A classmate, trying to get some play, uses an ancient voodoo book, stolen from his professor’s office, to impress one of the girls.”

Don’t laugh. You clearly fail to realize how many guys have gotten laid thanks to the Necronomicon. Uh, anyway…

“He accidentally conjures up an evil African voodoo spirit, who begins savagely dismembering the students one by one after they look into his deadly glowing eyes.”

Yeah, baby! Deadly glowing eyes! That’s what I’m talking about. Uh, sorry…

“After discovering the theft of voodoo book, their college professor frantically races up to the cabin to remove the curse and stop the bloody rampage of the Giddeh.”

That glowing eyed voodoo demon is known as The Giddeh in case you haven’t figured it out. I cannot say “Giddeh” without thinking about an Australian trying to say “G’day.”

I know I shouldn’t be so sarcastic but I see that box art and think how enticing it looks and then I watch the trailer for the film on the website and think, “not so good”. It doesn’t help that most of my dealings with films released under the Creep FX label have soured me considerably, not just on their movies but life in general.

Interestingly enough, Voodoo Curse: The Giddeh was written and directed by Glenn Plummer (Jonas from Saw 2 and the sassy vagrant from The Day After Tomorrow). You can check out the trailer for yourself at the film’s The Foywonder

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