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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.40:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Dimension
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0009ETDAK
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #79,828 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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Packed With Even More Intense Thrills Than Audiences Experienced In Theaters, This Unrated Version Of Wes Craven'S Cursed Brings You The Terror Of Werewolves As Never Before! Christina Ricci (Monster), Jesse Eisenberg (The Village), Joshua Jackson (Tv'S Dawson'S Creek), Judy Greer (The Village), And Milo Ventimiglia (Tv'S Gilmore Girls) Find Themselves Caught Up In An Unimaginable Horror! A Werewolf Loose In Los Angeles Changes The Lives Of Three Young Adults Who, After Being Mauled By The Beast, Learn That The Only Way To Break The Curse Put Upon Them Is To Kill The One Who Started It All! From The Creators Of Scream, This Never-Before-Seen Version Is Shockingly More Frightening And Undeniably More Fun Than The Original Release!

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By M. B. Alcat TOP 1000 REVIEWER on Jan. 8 2007
Format: DVD
Some of my friends saw "Cursed", and hated it so much that I ended up wanting to watch it. Truth to be told, I didn't hate it, and I even had fun sometimes. This may seem strange but... at times this movie is so bad that it is actually good.

The plot isn't terribly realistic, as the story is about Ellie (Christina Ricci) and her young brother (Jesse Eisenberg), both bitten by a werewolf. One is in denial, the other isn't, and the most extraordinary things happen to them as they get to terms with the curse of the werewolf. Add to that Ellie's mysterious boyfriend (Joshua Jackson), a werewolf on the loose, a few murders, somewhat exaggerated special effects, and you have the recipe for "Cursed".

The major flaw in this movie is probably the ending, but I think that you can live with that if you just want to see an uncomplicated movie that keeps you entertained. Don't take "Cursed" seriously, and enjoy it. If you think you can do that, and you like horror/paranormal movies with some comic elements, then this is likely to be a good movie for you.

Belen Alcat
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Jolley TOP 50 REVIEWER on July 26 2006
Christina Ricci, Shannon Elizabeth, Wes Craven running the show, a script by Kevin Williamson, perhaps the best werewolf special effects ever seen - sounds like a sure winner, doesn't it? Somehow, though, Cursed plays as flat as a fritter. It's almost painfully predictable, shows no spark of life whatsoever, and comes off as nothing more than exceedingly competent. I really don't know much about the troubled production of the film, but it seems to me that it could have used at least one more rewrite. I have a hard time getting past the ending when I think of this film - not the climax, but the very final scene which goes so far out of its way to cover all of the old Hollywood cliches that it (unlike the actual werewolf scenes) almost made me cringe. And where did they dig up Scott Baio? More importantly, why did they dig up Scott Baio?

Things started off on a bad foot for me. I've never seen Shannon Elizabeth actually look plain before, and I just could not buy Portia de Rossi as a fortune-telling gypsy. Was the old crag gypsy union on strike or something? Then you've got the prototypical high school outcast with a crush on a little cutie just happens to be dating your typical high school athlete/bully. Hmmm, do you think a little supernatural strength would come in handy for this guy? Ricci plays his big sister Ellie; she works on the Late Show with Craig Kilborn and dates this sort of mystery guy (well, actually, there's no mystery about him at all for anyone with a functioning brain).
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Well, I'll start by saying I'm a fan of Craven's older work (Serpent and the Rainbow is a true classic of film), Rick Baker, and many of the cast members. Sadly, Cursed is a real squandering of talent. It can be entertaining, but the plot is so weak and transparent that it becomes distracting, and is there really a need to continue pillaging plot points out of Cheney's werewolf films from 70 years ago? During the commentary Ricci states that you can't do a "serious" werewolf film anymore, which I can understand, but you can still attenpt to make a *quality* film that also has werewolves in it. Or, just have the wherewithal to make an all-out comedy. The filmmakers are too uncommitted here to creep you out when they're trying to, or to get the laughs they aim for. With the recent reinvention of so many genres, and the popularity of weird takes on supernatural themes (such as the Bizarro movement) there's no excuse to persist with the 1950's monster movie archtypes. There are some good moments when Ricci is at the office and smells blood, the scene with Shannon Elizabeth trapped in her car, and the hilarious werewolf flipping the bird. The shoddy teen drama with the younger brother adds nothing (aside from showcasing the brother's underdeveloped acting ability). Overall: formulaic, predictable, and forgettable.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Justyne Higgins on Oct. 25 2013
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I liked the story line and Jesse Eisenberg was great as we Joshua Jackson; however, I felt Christina Ricci's performance was very poor and forced. I was surprised the Director was not able to get a better performance out of her. Judy Greer was a funny character. I felt the ending came too quickly after the climax of the movie. Loved Joshua Jackson in this movie.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By JillyAE on Dec 10 2012
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I love this movie! Of course because Its a Wes Craven film, and also because its about werewolfs. But everything else about it is great too. A star filled cast featuring Joshua Jackson, Christina Ricci, and Jesse Eisenberg! Despite being a critical and commercial failure, it gained a cult following among Wes Craven fans and later found more success on the unrated DVD. This 2005 comedy horror film, (written by screenwriter Kevin Williamson, who along with Craven, both collaborated on Scream), focuses on two young adults who are attacked by a werewolf loose in Los Angeles. The film received largely negative reviews, earning a 17% "Rotten" rating on Rotten Tomatoes, which concluded that "[a] predictable plot and cheesy special effects make Cursed a less-than-scary experience." But I disagree! Ricci is stunning, and Jackson is sexy as ever! The twist ending is great, and it has a creepy, dark, sexy vibe all the way thru. I say its a must own on dvd!
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