R | | Fantasy, Horror
A demonic djinn attempts to grant its owner three wishes, which will allow him to summon his brethren to Earth.
According to a 2016 interview with PopHorror, it took 3.5 hours to get into costume with 1.5 hours to get out according to lead star Andrew Divoff. Ironically, he also said his favorite scenes for the film were the ones where he shared scenes with his monstrous brethren.
Once, in a time before time, God breathed life into the universe. And the light gave birth to Angels. And the earth gave birth to Man. And the fire gave birth to the Djinn, creatures condemned to dwell in the void between the worlds. One who wakes a...
When the security guard orders the Djinn to leave, he goes away with discontent, but then the guard says that would love to see how Djinn'd go through him. Djinn fulfills the desire. But this is impossible, as ordinary people have the right for only one wish. The first was fulfilled when the genie was gone. To go through a security guard - is the second wish.
At the end of the credits, the Djinn says "Careful what you wish for."
German TV version and some DVDs (rated "Not under 16") are heavily cut for violence, obtaining most of the gore shown in the party-scene near the end of the movie. VHS and DVD releases (rated "Not under 18") are uncut.
$6,038,516 (USA) (21 September 1997)
$15,719,109 (USA) (30 November 1997)
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