Djinn (2009) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
I was fascinated by the subject of Djinns, so I rented this movie. I support 100% the idea of low budget filmmaking. I would never WANT to badmouth any filmmaker’s ambitions, or even their failed attempts to make an interesting movie. (In fact, I almost reviewed this movie here a while ago, but erased it, because I didn’t want to slam a bruthah filmmaker) But now—good lord, I cannot let anyone fall into the trap of buying this, this is selling for $17 ?! THIS IS A LOUSY MOVIE! The storyline is confused, the editing is amateurish to the point of being incomprehensible. Don’t waste your time or money. Don’t let the great dvd cover illustration fool you (because it fooled me). It’s mostly the effort of ONE GUY, and it shows, which is too bad because there are a million artists hungry for experience in Hollywood who could’ve helped this guy, but he must’ve tried to do everything himself and just failed to pull it off! This movie insults the topic (Djinns, or Genies, are a great topic for a fantasy movie) It insults the audience. It insults filmmakers who struggle to write and create films that make sense (since money was used making this one, and it’s so bad) I’m SORRY to slam this so hard, but I wish someone had warned me!
About Djinn (2009)
Starring: Mehrdad Sarlak, Navid Negahban, Shahin Sean Solimon, Estafania, Fataneh
Runtime: 110 minutes
Director: Shahin Sean Solimon