Voodoo (film)

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Directed by Rene Eram
Produced by Donald P. Borchers
Written by
  • Brian DiMuccio
  • Dino Vindeni
Music by Keith Bilderbeck
Edited by Paulo Mazzucato
Distributed by
  • Image Organization
  • Two Moon Releasing
Country United States
Language English

Voodoo is an 1995 American horror film directed by Rene Eram, and written by Brian DiMuccio and Dino Vindeni. Corey Feldman stars as a youth who must contend with a Voodoo cult. Filmed in the United States in the spring of 1995, Voodoo was released on VHS by A-Pix Entertainment in November 1995, and was first released in the United States on DVD format through Simitar Entertainment in 1997.


Unable and unwilling to live apart from his girlfriend, Andy has decided to move from the UK to the United States, so that he can be near Rebecca while she studies medicine at university. He meets Cassian Marsh, who persuades him to approach the Omega fraternity where Marsh is the leader. Following a typical fraternity initiation, Andy is offered a place in the Omega house and readily accepts. He then notices a suspicious looking old man hanging around the campus and the stranger warns him that the brotherhood are hiding a dark secret: Marsh is part of a Voodoo cult and that remaining at the fraternity could be dangerous. Andy decides he is just a crazy old man; but, as events unfold, it seems that Marsh is just using the Frat house as a front in order to practice voodoo along with his zombie friends.[1][2]


  • Corey Feldman as Andy
  • Jack Nance as Lewis
  • Joel J. Edwards as Marsh
  • Diane Nadeau as Rebecca
  • Ron Melendez as Eric
  • Sarah Douglas as Prof. Conner
  • Amy Raasch as Wendy
  • Brian Michael McGuire as Ken
  • Christopher Kriesa as Baird
  • Clark Tufts as Loomis
  • Maury Ginsberg as Deitz
  • Darren Eichhorn as David
  • Brendan Hogan as Stan


Writing in The Zombie Movie Encyclopedia, academic Peter Dendle said, "This run-of-the-mill campus thriller crosses Angel Heart with Revenge of the Nerds, as if that were a niche that really needed filling."[3]


  1. ^ Voodoo, 1995, VHS, Planet Productions.
  2. ^ Voodoo [1995], Buried Sci-Fi Database, 16 October 2008.
  3. ^ Dendle, Peter (2001). The Zombie Movie Encyclopedia. McFarland & Company. pp. 181–182. ISBN 978-0-7864-9288-6. 

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