‘The Djinn’ Review

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‘The Djinn’ Review
Stars: Ezra Dewey, Rob Brownstein, Tevy Poe, John Erickson, Donald Pitts | Written and Directed by David Charbonier, Justin Powell

Writer/directors David Charbonier and Justin Powell follow up their tale of the all too real horrors of human trafficking, The Boy Behind the Door, with another tale of a young boy forced to fight for his life. In The Djinn the threat is a supernatural one.

After the death of his mother (Tevy Poe; Redwood Massacre: Annihilation) Dylan a mute twelve year old and his radio DJ father Michael relocate to a new home. One that, in true horror movie fashion, the previous occupant died in.

While looking around his new home he, again in keeping with genre traditions, finds a copy of The Book of Shadows which contains a spell to conjure a Djinn (John Erickson) that will grant him his fondest wish, to be able to speak. The
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