I think this film should’ve used that skeleton key to unlock a formula for a good script because it is terrible. There was nothing thrilling or horrific about it, which would’ve been a great cure to my boredom. I do have to credit the movie for the interesting twist at the end, but then again, I may have seen it coming if I weren’t fighting my heavy eyelids for two hours. Lock up any desire to see this film, and throw the key away.
Everything in this film pertains to Voodoo and Hoodoo. It is full of spells, conjures, chants and potions. These elements cast away a Dove approval, and hopefully any wasted money from horror film enthusiasts. Also, don’t count on any nominations for the acting in this film- the performances were awful as well. This should be Kate Hudson’s last try at a horror flick, as she should stick to her romantic comedy genre, just as movie goers should stick to watching entertaining films.