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Movie: Devil's Diary (2007)

Devil's Diary (2007) is a teen horror movie from Canada, which revolves on satanic chaos caused by an evil diary in a high school.

Ursula (Magda Apanowicz) and her best high school friend, Dominique (Alexz Johnson) are often taunted as freaks by their fellow schoolmates, Heather, Lisa, Georgia, Kyle, and Joey. Ursula hates them very much but she can't do anything to stop them.

One night, Ursula and Dominique inadvertently stumbled upon an unknown book in a graveyard. Not long after that, Heather and her friends begin to succumb to freak accidents. Ursula reveals to Dominique that the freak accidents happen after she wrote them in the book.

The whole movie focuses on the power that the book has upon those who are ambitious and have evil thoughts and what happen after they possess the evil book.

Those who possess the book will become consumed with it to the point of exterminating everything and worse, everyone else. However, they don't realize that once they have written something bad in that book to cause accidents to others, they are actually making a pact to sell their soul to Satan.

Overall, I think movies with this genre have a big potential to be a hit among horror flick fans. Too bad, Devil's Diary turns out to be a teen horror flick with rather poor cinematography. I'm quite disappointed with scenes that involve freak accidents. The camera merely zooms in and out and 'trembles' violently to create some sort of fear factor, yet undesirable. This kind of cinematography reminds me of the late 80's style. They could have done better with those scenes, not by saving money on special effects. About acting, this is a teen movie. So you could easily expect cheesy lines and moderate acting.

Well, this movie isn't recommended this time round.

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