|GRAPHIC PHOTO: D&D in play!|
More stuff happens introducing character backgrounds and the theater they are a part of, ALL BORING. Adam starts having visions related to the warlock and some creepy puppet jester that was in the theater. Then he starts killing people, seemingly possessed by either the warlock or the jester puppet. I'm not sure and at this point, I didn't care. The movie doesn't explain much related to this whole "curse" thing and I'm not sure why we're supposed to fear the possibility of role playing possessing us to murder since all we have to do is not be the descendent of a line of English people cursed by a warlock. Seems easy enough. Also, the characters are so dry and boring and the kills suffer from theatrical music, but no b-movie gore. This movie clearly attempted to be good, as in Masterpiece Theater episode good. Just one of it's many downfalls. I'm sure there were more, but I turned it off.