Wishmaster 4: The Prophecy Fulfilled

Synopsis: In this fourth series of the hell-raising Wishmaster, the Djinn unleashes his undying love and three wishes on a beautiful new victim named Lisa, whose crucial third wish is one that the Wishmaster cannot fulfill without leaving a trail of terror, devastation and blood in his wake. The evil brotherhood of the Djinns shall awaken from the flames of Hell. As the third wish is made, humankind had better be prepared for the apocalypse. Woken up once again, the repulsive Djinn returns to wreck the life of more innocent victims with his deadly fulfillments. In order to prevent the release of the evil brotherhood of the Djinns from Hell, Lisa must find a way to destroy the Djinn to stop the prophecy from being fulfilled.
Director(s): Chris Angel
Production: Artisan Home Entertainment
  1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
4.0
Rotten Tomatoes:
20%
R
Year:
2002
90 min
253 Views


- Hi.

- Hi.

- Come on in.

- Thanks.

Listen...

Thanks for coming over

on such short notice.

It will only take

a moment, I promise.

Have a seat.

Make yourself comfortable.

You want something to drink?

juice, mineral water?

- Water would be great.

- Water it is.

I'm starting to think this case

is never going to get settled.

Sam is so frustrated.

You'd think a company this size

Would admit their fault

and do the honorable thing.

Well, honor's for battlefields.

Well, if this isn't turning into one

I don't know what is.

Ta-da!

- What's this?

- It's a gift.

For your patience and faith.

Steven, I know how hard you're working,

you don't need to--

I found it on one of my all night

web surfing jags.

It's nothing.

I know how much you like

that sort of thing.

It's very thoughtful.

Thank you.

Wow, I'm sorry.

If bad timing were fatal

I'd be road-kill.

- It's okay.

- No, it's not okay.

I should be more sensitive

to your situation.

It's not your fault.

It's not like I haven't

thought about it.

- Really?

- Yeah.

You've been really sweet

through this whole thing,

Above and beyond the call of duty.

That's me, nice guy Steven.

The kind of lawyer you want to

introduce to your homely friend.

- That's not what I meant.

- I know what you meant.

Look, Sam's accident

was a horrible thing.

And the complications surrounding

your case are a nightmare.

I wouldn't wish this

on my worst enemy.

I've known Sam for a long time.

But I see the way

he treats you now.

You've said it yourself.

You and Sam are at a crossroads.

All I want is a chance

To position myself as an option.

I gotta get back to the store.

Yeah.

It's broken.

Oh no.

Wow, did that come out of the box?

- What's the matter?

- I don't want it.

No problem.

um...

Tell you what,

I'll get this appraised.

We can keep it here until

I find out what it's worth.

That will be great.

I'd appreciate it.

You're not leaving, are you?

Yeah, I have to go.

Hey, Lisa...

Is everything okay between us?

Yeah, it's fine. Really.

Okay.

- 'bye.

- I got it.

'bye.

Good one, Steve.

Real smooth.

Sam, I'm home.

- Are you hungry?

- Nope.

You have to have

something for dinner.

I did.

I thought that was breakfast.

Very good.

So, you and Verdel figure out

how to make me a rich man yet?

Not yet.

He does have a plan, doesn't he?

I mean, that's why

you were over there today.

He's working hard on our case

without any compensation.

oh, I'm sure he's

getting compensated.

What do you mean by that?

He's a lawyer, isn't he?

Are you implying that

I slept with him?

Is that what this is about?

Sex?

It's always about sex.

Sex is not that important.

Sam!

It is to me!

And it was to you before--

Our relationship has always

been based on love and trust.

Love and trust are only words

if you can't back them up.

How can you love me

when I can't love you?

I don't care about--

If you want to be alone

you can always go upstairs.

God damn it.

- Not quite.

- What the hell?

That's closer.

Who are you?

How did you get in here?

I'm here to offer you a deal.

Is that right?

A deal?

Who sent you?

Hollister?

Is this some sort of a scare tactic

to get me into a settlement?

If I wanted to scare you,

you would be scared.

Are you?

You tell Hollister I don't care

how powerful he thinks he is,

We're not going to back down.

I suggest you climb back out

the window before I call the cops.

- You wish me to leave?

- No. No.

Not until you meet our city's finest.

I can grant you

anything you desire.

Anything you can imagine.

That sounds to me

like an offer to settle.

It is.

Your soul for a wish.

I wish you would stop

talking in riddles

And tell me exactly

what it is you want.

As you wish.

I want three wishes from the waker.

To free my race

from their eternal bondage.

And now that I've granted your wish,

I will take my soul.

Your identity

will offer me easy

access to the waker.

Nice.

Hello, Lisa.

I was hoping we could spend

a little time together.

Sam.

So much for the trip

down memory lane.

Good morning, Sam.

It's a little early

to be chasing ambulances.

The early bird gets the worm, Sam.

This morning we're going

for the whole garden.

Am I interrupting something here?

Not at all.

Can I get you some coffee?

No. I would like to take

you both out to breakfast

To discuss my new strategy

for your case.

- A new strategy? - Something Lisa

said yesterday inspired me.

Yeah, Lisa's full of inspiration.

You should see her in the morning.

I have interrupted, I'm sorry.

we can go over this another time.

Don't be ridiculous, Verdel.

Get what you came for.

You two don't need me.

just tell me where to sign.

At least I can still do that.

Well...

As your attorney,

I would advise you to pass

On the scintillating

breakfast invitation,

And take this to a more

neutral territory,

My office?

Yeah.

Give me a couple minutes.

Take your time.

I wish you'd join us, Sam.

That's not much of a wish.

I suppose it's not.

I'm certain you could

do better, right?

Not me.

I'm all wished out.

Come on, Sam.

You must have one wish

left inside you somewhere.

I used my last one

right before the doorbell rang.

Really?

How did it turn out?

I think we both know the answer

to that, don't we?

Ready.

Are you sure you won't

come with us, Sam?

Fine.

I'm not kidding.

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Peter Atkins

Peter Atkins was born in Liverpool, England on 2 November 1955. He was a founder member of The Dog Company, a 1970s avant-garde theatre group, along with Clive Barker and Doug Bradley - with whom he would later work on the Hellraiser movies. As well as his movie and TV work, he is the author of the novels Morningstar (1992) and Big Thunder (1997) and the collection Wishmaster and Others (1999). He is married to Dana Middleton and lives in Los Angeles, California. more…

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