DailyView: Day 179, Movie 261
Any movie that has a line in it, when referencing a spot on a Craig Kilborn talk show, “It’s Scott Baio. He shouldn’t be going after Carrottop anyway” tells you everything you need to know about it.
This film featured Christina Ricci and Jesse Eisenberg as siblings who are in a car wreck with another woman. That woman winds up being torn apart by a werewolf, which also scratched them, infecting them with the mark of the beast.
Jesse Eisenberg starts to show signs of being a werewolf and does his best Michael J. Fox imitation to show off his skills as a wrestler. There is also a gay storyline involving Milo Ventimiglia that is very early 2000s.
The story is stupid. The characters are boring. The dialogue is laughable. And they have a bunch of D level cameos for no apparent reason.
The CGI is terrible, and that is not a good thing when you have werewolves running around as your main antagonists.
It had a werewolf flip the bird to Christina Ricci, who was trying to insult the werewolf by saying it had a boney butt.
It had a werewolf dog.
It was directed by Wes Craven who may have to give his “Master of Horror” nickname back.
Cursed was atrocious. Really a terrible movie. And it had Scott Baio.