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- Running time
- 90 min.
- United States
Tammy Lauren, Andrew Divoff, Robert Englund, Kane Hodder, Chris Lemmon, Tony Todd, Wendy Benson-Landes, Tony Crane, Jenny O'Hara, Gretchen Palmer, Reggie Bannister, Ricco Ross, John Byner, See 6 More
Image Organization, Pierre David. Producer: Wes Craven. Distributor: Live Entertainment
Horror. Fantasy | Horror Comedy
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- Synopsis / Plot
- An evil genie, the Djinn (Andrew Divoff), escapes from an ancient statue and wreaks havoc in this horror film from director Robert Kurtzman. The devious Djinn can regain human form permanently if he grants someone three wishes. The Djinn at first is trapped in a statue, which falls and cracks open when a drunken worker unloads it from a ship. The genie is inside a precious gem that a puzzled pawnbroker gives to university gemologist Josh (Tony Crane). The Djinn kills Josh, and Josh's friend and colleague Alexandra Amberson (Tammy Lauren), who had been resisting Josh's romantic advances, sets out to find the killer. She follows a trail of carnage, and she soon learns the truth about the genie from anthropologist Wendy Derleth (Jenny O'Hara). The Djinn presents itself to Alexandra, who resists his seductive offers to grant wishes, but then the fiend sets his sights on Shannon (Wendy Benson), Alexandra's younger sister. The genie makes his final stand to grant a third wish at a party where antiquities collector Anthony Beaumont (Robert Englund) is displaying the statue.
: Sitges Film Festival: Official Selection
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