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Cursed (2005)

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The film focuses on these two estranged siblings who are attacked by a werewolf loose in Los Angeles. Now that they have been sliced by the werewolf's claws, they will be transformed into werewolves themselves.
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It really never deserved to be more than a quickie TV-movie on the WB, where it would've aired around Halloween and then faded into oblivion.
July 30, 2007
L.A. Weekly
Poor special effects, a silly looking werewolf and clunky comic writing help to spoil what should have been a fun B-movie.
March 03, 2005
Common Sense Media
Dumb werewolf movie may leave you feeling cursed.
January 01, 2011
San Francisco Chronicle
A third-rate effort, with a weak script, cheap-looking effects and no genuine frights.
February 28, 2005
What can you say about a horror film when its spookiest cast member plays the innocent victim?
October 21, 2008
Cinema Crazed
This is "Scream" werewolf style...
April 29, 2009
A procession of silly startlements: a sudden loud sound here, a mysterious hand creeping in there. This isn't scary, it's irritating. And then it's tiresome.
February 07, 2006
Movies for the Masses
full review in Greek
October 03, 2006
Toronto Star
The scariest thing about this movie is the incredible waste of once-vital talent.
February 28, 2005
Entertainment Weekly
Makes you long for the days when teenage werewolves were beady-eyed, slavering versions of hairy-palm jokes.
March 03, 2005
Village Voice
The scariest thing in the movie is a cameo by Scott Baio.
March 03, 2005
Washington Post
The special effects are particularly lame, and an insult to the proud werewolf tradition of An American Werewolf in London or the even better The Howling.
February 28, 2005