Had to give this half a star because they actually made a movie and should be recognized for their effort. Plus, it is worth watching the entire thing just to laugh at the acting. The main character (William Spanner, fecklessly played by Charles Soloman) is a strange combination of Lawyer and Surfer Dude that just doesn't play on screen. His main motivation is to get over childhood trauma and keep the evil warlock (played as a sort of Gay Italian Vampire version of JR Ewing by Dominic Luciano) from banging his girlfriend, even though he doesn't seem to notice the guy killing and eating the souls of everybody from a cute girl he meets at a bar to his hot female boss at the public defenders office. In between these "kisses of death" this villain engages in such cruel machinations are :Gasp: inviting him out to drinks and... egad... showing up in his wet dreams. After half the movie plays out like this the homoeroticism cannot be cloaked even by the hetero-confrontatonal storyline. This leads to a confrontation at a disturbingly normal looking house where he finds a weird glowing hickey on his girlfriend's inflated breasts and proceeds to beat the evil warlock with a stick that he got from a voodoo guy. After choking him out and burying him in the ground, the warlock comicly proves to be the ultimate die-hard by bursting out of the ground for one last mud wresting match with the girlfriend (Lisa Toothman) before getting the pointy end of the stick, which is a pity because his hammy acting made the movie. I give this movie three beers to be watchable. I wish I had seen it at the drive in.