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“Tarot” has “Thir13en Ghosts” vibes with a hint of “final destination”

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Tarot puts the young characters in a situation where they have to fight a cursed parlor game. Based on the trailer, it feels like a mix of Three 13 ten ghosts and Ouija board. He can throw a dust of Final destination while we’re at it.

The trailer of this new horror flick was released today and as far as interest goes, it has us intrigued. Movie stars Humberly Gonzalez (Slumberland, Ginny and Georgia).

The plot is summed up in the minute-and-a-half trailer, but what’s truly original are the menacing aberrations.

Exactly as in Three 13 ten ghosts, we get a whole series of ghouls for as many featured in Tarot heap. Apparently, using this particular package releases dark forces that come after those whose fortunes have been told. Where am I Ghostbusters when do we need them?

All kidding aside, this one looks great. The variety of demons, each with their own dispositions and weapons, elevates a genre that usually only gets one or two vengeful evil spirits. Below are the plot details, but you can skip reading them and go straight to the trailer because the plot is basically a classic story.

Another interesting fact is that Spencer Cohen and Anna Hallberg direct the film. Cohen has written several over-the-top action films, incl The fall of the moon and Consumables 4 while Halberg produced them. This will be Cohen’s first time directing a feature film.

Whole: When a group of friends recklessly break the sacred rule of Tarot readings, they unknowingly unleash an unspeakable evil trapped within the cursed cards. One by one, they come face to face with fate and end up in a race against death.

So does your fate include a trip to the cinema on May 10 to watch Tarot? Tell us in the comments.

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