Voodoo Plot Synopsis:Andy comes to campus in order to be close to his girlfriend Rebecca. Since he needs a place to stay he joins one of the college fraternities. However, a strange looking man warns him that the fraternity is just a cover-up for the weird voodoo cult.
Voodoo (1995) Review
Voodoo (1995) is directed by Rene Eram (Sweet Evil (1996), The House on Sorority Row (1983)) where Corey Fieldman takes the lead role for most of the 90 minutes of this film. Voodoo is a B horror movie featuring zombies and a Boko (evil sorcerer).
Corey Fieldman (The Goonies (1985), Gremlins (1984), The Lost Boys (1987), The ‘Burbs (1989)) does not give a great performance, but it was not terrible either. Fieldman stars as Andy who goes to a new campus to be closer to his girlfriend. Andy then joins a fraternity so that he can have a place to stay on campus too. The fraternity turns out to be a cover up for voodoo cult practicing zombie rituals.
Voodoo is plagued with slow pacing and predictability although there are many creepy moments. Dialogue is often a dull bore. There were some good material in this film but were not shot properly or did not hold the audience’s attention well. The music for this movie was handled by Keith Bilderbeck who did a great job. So in short, Voodoo is not a movie that is a terrible B horror movie, but nowhere near smooth around the edges.
- Voodoo Rating Scores
- Our Score: 4
- Overall Score: 4.46
- IMDB: 4.7
About Voodoo 1995
Total Avg. Votes: 503
Voodoo Writers: Brian DiMuccio, Dino Vindeni
Voodoo Director: René Eram, René Eram