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I'm In With The Djinn by PsychoSlaughterman I'm In With The Djinn by PsychoSlaughterman
The Djinn played by Andrew Divoff is the killer from the franchise "Wishmater", If you release him The Djinn has to find a body and grant wishes to regain his strength. Be careful what you wish for though as he can and will twist your wish into something terrible which often leads to death. once regenerated The Djinn must grant three wishes to the one who released him from the gem that held him to finally become free. There are 4 Wishmaster movies but Divoff only plays the Djinn for the first 2, In part 3 and 4 the role was took over by John Novak but they paled in comparison to the first.

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