In a startling change from the standard late-period Full Moon horror flicks, which featured lame premises poorly executed, Totem (1999) written and directed by stable workhorses David DeCoteau and Benjamin Carr, features a premise that’s original and intriguing.

(Still poorly executed, of course.)



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