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Director:John R. Leonetti.
Writer:Barbara Marshall.
Release:July 7, 2017
Production Company:Broad Green Pictures, Busted Shark Productions.
Runtime:90 min

Movie β€˜Wish Upon’ was released in July 7, 2017 in genre Horror. John R. Leonetti was directed this movie and starring by Joey King. This movie tell story about A teenage girl discovers a box with magical powers, but those powers comes with a deadly price.

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  1. eSpyre says:

    Ohh, how Lilith got cut off from the underground is much better this time.

    I guess it isn’t Lilith’s crazy mind powers that took out that helicopter? :p

    • A.M. Harte says:

      Shhh! The mind powers are secret! πŸ˜› But no it wasn’t them.

      My concern was making the helicopter scene believable. I watched tons of youtube videos of helicopters flying and crashing. I still worry that it doesn’t come across properly, but oh well!

      • eSpyre says:

        Oh whoops, forgetting to vet myself for spoilers. D:
        And I can’t edit it. πŸ˜›

        Then a serious guess would related to Lilith’s dad then, he was important right?

        • A.M. Harte says:

          No worries – I’ve got the magic autofade thing going on, plus it only seems to be you reading at the moment πŸ˜›

          You’ll actually see a bit more of Lilith’s dad later on (he first appears in Chapter 7). But no, it wasn’t his doing.

  2. lurker says:

    Not just him πŸ™‚ – but not worried about spoilers here – delighted about the restart btw

  3. I haven’t read any of Above Ground before, so hopefully I haven’t had too much ruined for me in these comments. πŸ˜‰

    Finding it interesting so far, though I wish I had a bit more context for what Lilith was doing at the theater in the first place, how she got there, what was supposed to happen there . . . 

    I suppose some of that will be explained in future chapters.

    • A.M. Harte says:

      Oops, from one extreme to the other I suppose! The original version had a lot more “why she was at the theatre” infodumping which I cut out, as it was make the story drag.

      There really is no reason other than it’s an excursion – same way you’d go to see a ballet or a museum.

  4. WA_side says:

    Finally reading the re-write πŸ˜‰

    Enjoying it immensely so far, though I find it a bit jarring that she thinks of him as “Wolf”, rather than “the Wolf”. Not sure if that’s because I know where the story is headed.

    Some great ideas you’ve added in, particularly enforcing why she doesn’t try to go home immediately. The barrenness was a surprise, I guess I pictured much of it as woodsy sort of country.

    Nice to know that I’ve got plenty to keep reading before I have to be patient and wait for an update. πŸ˜€