A teen horror flick that's a step above its peers, Wishcraft fuses a slasher movie with a "be careful what you wish for" story line. Bret (Michael Weston), a smart but unsociable high school kid, receives a strange box in the mail. A note tells him the contents will give him three wishes; naturally, he wishes for a date with a cheerleader (Alexandra Holden) he has a crush on. His wish comes true--but just as his new life is beginning, someone is murdering the popular kids in strange, inventive ways. Wishcraft isn't novel or surprising, but what's unusual is how well written, smartly directed, and solidly acted the movie is. The dialogue sounds genuine; the characters have more than one dimension; clichés are kept to a minimum. It won't win any awards, but if all B movies were this good, we'd be living in a much more entertaining world.
I've downloaded but not watched, very favourable reviews at Amazon, less favourable at IMDB.
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