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Directed by Jeremy Haft
Written by Jeffrey Reddick
Starring Jenna Dewan, Katie Stuart, Chad Faust, Bryan Clark and Matthew Marsden

A nerdy girl, who is picked on by her peers returns after her death as a sexy seductress to exact revenge.

The following tags are associated with this movie: Witchcraft
Tamara (2005)
Review by Bradley Frohloff

6 / 10
Tamara is a pretty generic horror movie typically aimed toward an audience of those who are in high school or college. The story isn't anything special, the characters are pretty dull and the effects are about what you'd expect out of a low budget movie from its time. And although seasoned horror veterans won't find much to be scared of while watching the movie, I personally was scared of cumming in my pants every time Jenna Dewan strutted her sexy ass on the screen in those skimpy skirts. Me likey very much.
Tamara (2005)
Review by Michael Mahoney

7 / 10
I wasn’t truthfully expecting much from Tamara, but as it ended up, I found myself generally amused. The movie’s not amazing, and I was reminded of Devil’s Diary (2007) a few times throughout, but could I see myself throwing this into my collection? Sure.

What helps Tamara get past the somewhat generic plot are the strong performances. Jenna Dewan was smoking as Tamara (more so after she came back from the dead, admittedly), and you couldn’t help but feel she was in the right for most of the movie, her only downside going after Matthew Marsden’s character or his wife. As it was, Marsden’s performance as a teacher was on point, and I felt for him.

Bryan Clark was great as an idiotic bully (apparently the fact that his steroid use was uncovered by Tamara makes it her fault that he’s off the team), and it’s characters like his that I always like to see killed in painful ways, especially after he and his cohorts kill Tamara and try to cover it up, with the help of nice girl Katie Stuart and bitch Melissa Marie Elias.

After Tamara comes back from her death with the help of some witchcraft (because all bullied chicks were into witchcraft), things go down a somewhat predictable, yet still enjoyable, route. Personally, the scene in which a student cuts his ears and tongue off, not to mention stabbing his eyes, in front of the whole school, is easily my favorite death in the movie, and really, nothing comes close (though eating that bottle was probably second place-worthy).

Tamara isn’t a great movie, but I was pretty amused throughout. I lose a bit of interest toward the end, and that whole party scene was just a bit eh to me, but overall, it’s an okay movie that certainly surprised me. 7.5/10 (rounded down to 7/10 to fit site’s format).
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