Directed by: Robert Pratten
Running Time: 100 minutes + Extras
Country: UK, 2004
Other Titles: London Voodoo
If You Don't Believe in Voodoo... Pray You Never Have To.
Lincoln Mathers (Doug Cockle from REIGN OF FIRE) is an ambitious New York analyst trying to balance work and family life. He, along with his wife Sarah (Sara Stewart from BATMAN BEGINS and TVs SUGAR RUSH) and daughter Beth relocate to England and move into an old Victorian house in London's East End.
Things appear to be going well until Sarah uncovers a buried tomb in the house's cellar, and becomes host to an ancient spirit. Local voodoo followers Ray and Ruth believe that the spirit of an African warrior from West Africa now inhabits Sarah's body. They make plans for an exorcism but when they approach Lincoln to get him involved, he refuses to listen. When he finally notices that his wife is not who she was, he is forced to accept that his family's only salvation lies in a leap of faith. They enlist the help of local historian Fiona (Trisha Mortimer from FRIGHTMARE) who is able to make Lincoln see sense and put his trust in them. In a breathtaking climax, Lincoln holds a violent and frenzied Sarah captive and struggles to make an emotional connection with a wife held hostage by a warrior s spirit.
Featuring a stunning soundtrack by Steven Severin of SIOUXSIE AND THE BANSHEES.
- Widescreen (1.85:1) Presentation Enhanced for Widescreen TVs
- Stereo 2.0
- Dolby Digital 5.1
- Audio Commentary with Director Robert Pratten
- Voodoo Diaries: One Hour Making Of Production Diary
- Interview with a Voodoo Priest
- Deleted Scenes
- Trailer 1
- Trailer 2
- Reel North: UK Premiere Screening Interviews
- Nucleus Promo Reel
- DVD 9 (dual layer) high bit rate encode for optimum picture quality
Doug Cockle, Sara Stewart, Michael Nyqvist, Trisha Mortimer, Sven-Bertil Taube, Vonda Barnes, Steve O'Halloran, Roy Borrett, Carmen Abela, Kevin Stone, Marc Appleby, Canelle Hoppe, Amy Rockson, Dickon Tolson, Denise Worme.