Our Rating: ★½☆☆☆
L Factor: Girls Kissing
Short Take: Students have recurring nightmares about a woman burned at the stake on a Caribbean island. Soon they start to die.
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Year: 2005
Duration: 75 min
Language: USA/English
MPAA: R
Director: David DeCoteau
Writer: Jana K. Arnold
Starring: Joanna Cassidy, Nicole Cavazos, Nicole Marie Monica, Kelli Giddish, Michael King, Nina Tapanin, Ric Sarabia, Helene Udy, Catherine Munden, Owen Steuart, Kyle Jordan

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Witches of the CaribbeanAngela (Nicole Cavazos, Employee of the Month) has recurring nightmares about a woman burned at the stake, and she joins a therapy group on the Caribbean island where the dream takes place. All of the teenagers in the group have had parts of that same nightmare, and they learn about the history of voodoo cults on the island. Bethany (Nicole Marie Monica), who is a witch, and Angela have the same expanded dream, which now intensifies.

Professor Avebury (Joanna Cassidy) brought them all together to try to piece together what’s happening, but soon some of the teens start disappearing. They were all brought there for a reason, and their past lives begin to play out.

The flaky plot really falls apart, but the four chosen ones have their bodies briefly taken over. Bethany and Angela make out in a pool, following up on Bethany’s flirting earlier in the day.

The plot gets worse from there. Definitely not worth ninety minutes out of your day, even for the brief pool scene or frequent bikini shots. Directed by David DeCoteau, who brought us the almost equally ridiculous The Sisterhood. (AB)