First off, before I go into the critical part of this review, I will say that I admire anyone out to tackle a 'voodoo' movie in this day and age. The concept of voodoo has been done in the film world only about a zillion times - and after you watch a few of them they all start to look the same (at least to me they do). I wanted to see this one because it's new, and I wanted to see if the storyline could present the old (probably more like ancient) concept of voodoo (which is connected to the spirit world) in a new and exciting way. Unfortunately though, this came across as another average, run-of-the-mill attempt at a voodoo story. If one is going to make a film like this, it has to have some new and exciting (maybe experimental) twists, because otherwise it winds up as just another one of 'those' movies. The concept of voodoo is largely exaggerated in movies, and it isn't an easy concept to get across onscreen effectively. But kudos to the writers, actors and anyone else involved with this production for trying; it wasn't bad overall, but for me there just wasn't enough of an effort to dress up a largely-overused supernatural concept to give it a stellar review.