Spell: Directed by Mark Tonderai. With Omari Hardwick, Loretta Devine, Lorraine Burroughs, Hannah Gonera. A man crash lands in rural Appalachia and awakens in the attic of a traditional Hoodoo practitioner. He desperately tries to break free from her dark magic and save his family from a sinister ritual before the rise of the blood moon.
“The story or motivation of the main actor is the old cookie-cutter family-is-in-danger thing.nSo you know how it will end even before you see it.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe worst moments of this movie were about the skin color.nI live in a reality where the skin color does not represent education, environment and character of a person. So every time skin color was brought up, I sighed REALLY hard. The problem with it was not the fact that it was there, but the on-the nose way it was brought up.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eI did not liked the third act. The way he suddenly knows everything and can move despite a incredibly heavy injury ruined the u0026quot;suspension of disbeliefu0026quot;.n(hardly a spoiler for those kind of moves)u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eCamera work and cinematography were bad.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eWhat saves it, is the acting.nOmari Hardwick had a great performance. He was believable in his desperation for the most part. Without him, this movie would have been much worse. His relationship with Lorraine Burroughs felt genuine and it seemed they had some chemistry. Not much unfortunately, because character development is barely there, but the few scenes they shared were good.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eLoretta Devine… oh boy. She is an amazing villain. She was scary and very intimidating.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eIt is not a great movie, but one that had some interesting aspects. I definitely enjoyed the watch.”