Voodoo Moon (2005)





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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.
Drama , Horror , Science Fiction & Fantasy
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Anchor Bay Entertainment

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Geoffrey Lewis
as Old Man No. 1
Rik Young
as Daniel
John Amos
as Dutch
Jeffrey Combs
as Frank Taggert
Georgia Anderson
as Crucified Brunette Girl
Merritt Bailey
as Lola's Husband
Anissa Briggs
as Girl at Cemetery
James Distefano
as Cab Driver
Vernon Duckett
as Old Man No. 2
Mary Ann Farkas
as Old Lady with Fork
Cathy Fitzpatrick
as Art Gallery Patron
Michael Gilliland
as Biker Leader
Vester Grayson
as Rocking Chair Demon
Kelley Hazen
as Helen Taggert
Lauren M. Higgs
as Young Woman at Motel
Paul Latham
as Zombie
Blair Redford
as Evil Young Man
David Jean Thomas
as Jean-Pierre
Cameron VanHook
as Skinned Old Man
Kevin VanHook
as Cemetery Gardener
Dee Wallace
as Mary-Ann
Scott Whyte
as Billy
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Critic Reviews for Voodoo Moon

All Critics (1)

Comes off as a bad imitation of a bad episode of "Charmed"...

Full Review… | August 22, 2010
Cinema Crazed

There are many annoying issues in Voodoo Moon; the lack of action is only one.

Full Review… | October 4, 2006
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Audience Reviews for Voodoo Moon


Really wanted to like this since Charisma Carpenter is in it, but just couldn't. Her character is not fleshed out, and her role, while significant to the story, is more of a bystander than in on the action. Decent effects, but slow story buildup and an ending that is telegraphed early on. Not good enough.

Don Schick
Don Schick

I love bad horror movies, but this one isn't even in "B" territory. The script must have read much better than the final product - how else did they get such a decent cast? Lots of familiar faces including the beautiful Charisma Carpenter! Unfortunately, mostly notable for how badly executed it was. A mix of genres (with a LOT of liberties taken) and stereotype characters that never quite came together.

John Wagner
John Wagner

Can there be a worster Movie than this one?

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