In this movie the paw of a dead monkey can achieve this. So we get a soft-slasher zombie movie where the massacres are not visualized too gross. A woman takes Cobb home to treat his wounds and he kills her. He explains that it is supposed to grant the owner three wishes. Upon further investigation, it appears to have originated from W.
Directed by Brett Simmons and starring C. Thomason has quite some experience in the world of television. It felt a lot like what a horror movie on the Lifetime channel might feel like. When Cobb pressures Jake into using the final wish to reunite Cobb with his son, his intimidation quickly escalates into relentless murder — forcing Jake to outwit his psychotic friend and save his remaining loved ones. One thing always amazes me. Gillespie tells them the tale of how the talisman grants its owner three wishes. The changing into a blood-drooling murderous zombie who kills anything that stands in his way of fulfilling his only desire by a wish, is rather successful.
Set in New Orleans, the film is dripping with character and the atmosphere is so pervasive that I could literally smell the crawdaddies being steamed. However, Cobb kills Margolis as the detective tries taking Olivia to safety. Jake flags down a passing car, but leaves the scene after wishing that Cobb were not dead. Only the end has a different turn. But it does have some good performances that keeps it moving along nicely and when we find out what Cobb desires so badly, only the coldest of hearts would balk at trying to help him out. Tony returns but he is not the man he was. He was a very holy man.
It actually sounds a bit corny and feels like an old-fashioned ghost story to read to children at Halloween. Jake finds his world turned upside down after his first two wishes result in co-worker Tony Cobb being resurrected from the dead. Se nos dice que uno de los deseos es el de resucitar a su mejor amigo Tony Cobb de entre los muertos en una especie de zombie imposible de matar. Often just when it is beginning to pick up steam it will cut away to something far less interesting. The wishes are carried out but you have to pay an extremely heavy price because you are tampering with fate. As Cobb pressures Jake into using the final wish to reunite Cobb with his son, his intimidation quickly escalates into relentless murder-- forcing Jake to outwit his psychotic friend and save his remaining loved ones.
Cast: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Director: Country: Release: 7 Oct 2013 Language: English. Jake Tilton works at Trident Supply in Louisiana with his friends Tony Cobb and Catfish. Detective Margolis, who had been investigating the murders, comes to believe Cobb is the killer. It appears also that the protagonist C. Who could have guessed that! The first thing he wishes is to become the owner of a glitzy sports car parked in front of the pub. . A typical horror story and an enjoyable entertaining movie.
An entertaining and interesting character, his performance switch to a cold and evil killer is horrifying. And when Jake explains that the paw was lost in the confusion after the crash, Cobb systematically murders everyone Jake is close to in an effort to force him to make that last wish for him. The basis of the original story is mostly retained in this film. Instead its insistence of toning everything down including gore means it ends up feeling a bit too run of the mill. Rock steady acting from the entire cast keeps the plates spinning constantly though, and the characters usually find a way to pull the movie back from a cliffside chasm of complete mediocrity. Then he suddenly finds one parked nearby with the keys in the ignition.
The acting is reasonably well. The film was released in theaters and on October 8, 2013, and received mostly negative reviews. The film sees Jake Thomason , who works at an industrial supply warehouse, inadvertently getting his colleague, Gillespie Kelly fired. And together we have two lovely kids , Karolien and Filip. Jake finds his world turned upside down after his first two wishes result in co-worker Tony Cobb being resurrected from the dead.
Jake and Cobb find Gillespie drinking away his sorrows alone. Theirs is a tight tale aiming for horror entertainment with a visually cinematic feel, yet without the generic genetics of made-for-cable thriller fare. He gives the paw to Jake and tells him to make a wish. The revelation of just what Tony wants is actually kind of sad and the final wish, when used, is one that will make all viewers wince just a little bit. This is where Jake uses his second wish.