Daft but nonetheless enjoyable supernatural thriller, featuring some hilariously bad dialogue, impressive special effects and some genuinely creepy scenes.
| Original Score: 3/5
Cleverly takes the lure of illegal drugs and links it to super powers.
[An] unbewitching brew of clichés.
| Original Score: 1.5/4
Director Renny Harlin ("The Long Kiss Goodnight") phones in this thoughtless teen horror flick from screenwriter J.S. Cardone ("The Forsaken").
| Original Score: D
| Original Score: 2/5
This forgettable supernatural-teen thriller is the kind of WB-style soap opera where the characters have names like Chase Collins and Reid Garwin.
| Original Score: 1.5/5
It's a horror film for the MTV generation, a horror film for the audience of "Laguna Beach"...
... this falls well short of the Buffy-level resonances at which [Harlin] was presumably aiming.
...yet another brainless, utterly disposable thriller geared exclusively towards teenagers...
| Original Score: 1/4
The Covenant looks less like a movie and more like an extended boy band video -- and with about the same amount of depth.
| Original Score: 1/5
A patently silly supernatural teen drama, in which a bunch of Young Hollywood types flex their abs and aim their perfectly-calibrated glances at each other.
Flying scenes, frat-boy face-offs and pyrotechnic punch-ups are punctuated by excruciating expository dialogue.
Director Renny Harlin helms like a bat out of hell, and obviously doesn't know a pentagram from a mammogram.
Utterly stupid and full of lazy plotting and lazier dialogue, this is just idiotic enough to entertain on nights when you want to give your brain a rest.
O máximo que este O Pacto consegue é transformar-se, em seus instantes finais, em uma espécie de Mortal Kombat para imbecis. E, ainda assim, com dificuldade.
| Original Score: 1/5
It's not a work of originality and the handheld camerawork gets tedious, but let's hope the message that power corrupts gets through
I think the men were cast more for their abs than their acting.
| Original Score: 0/10
Terribly acted, shamelessly unoriginal and executed with little redeeming sense of humour.
"A truly lacklustre direct-to-video teen thriller filled with corny effects, chiseled jaw stares and a lot of hokum about Salem witchcraft"