Wishmaster: The Prophecy Fulfilled is a 2002 American supernaturaL horror film directed by Chris Angel from a screenplay by John Benjamin Martin. It is the third and final sequel to the 1997 film, Wishmaster. It is also known as Wishmaster 4: The Prophecy Fulfilled. It was filmed back-to-back with Wishmaster 3: Beyond the Gates of Hell.
On March 28, 2017, the film is released on Blu-ray by Vestron Video/Lionsgate as part of the Wishmaster Collection:
Wishmaster Special Features:
Director Robert Kurtzman and screenwriter Peter Atkins
Director Robert Kurtzman and stars Andrew Divoff and Tammy Lauren
Isolated Score Selections/Audio Interview with composer Harry Manfredini
“Out of the Bottle” – Interviews with director Robert Kurtzman and co-producer David Tripet
“The Magic Words” – An Interview with screenwriter Peter Atkins
“The Djinn and Alexandra” – Interviews with stars Andrew Divoff and Tammy Lauren
“Captured Visions” – An Interview with director of photography Jacques Haitkin
“Wish List” – Interviews with actors Kane Hodder and Ted Raimi
Vintage Featurette: “Making of Wishmaster”
Trailers, Spots, Galleries: Teaser & Theatrical Trailers, TV & Radio Spots, Storyboard & Still Galleries
Behind-the-Scenes Footage Compilation
Audio Commentary with writer/director Jack Sholder
Audio Commentary with director Chris Angel and cast members John Novak, Jason Connery, and Louisette Geiss
Vintage Featurette: “Making of Wishmaster 3: Beyond the Gates of Hell”
Director Chris Angel and cast members Michael Trucco and Jason Thompson
Director Chris Angel and actor John Novak
Featurette: “Wishmasterpiece Theatre”
An evil genie is released from his prison – an ancient jewel – and must grant three wishes to the person who awakens him, in order to release the race of Djinns from hell and allow them to take over the earth.
Painter Sam (Jason Thompson) and his girlfriend Lisa (Tara Spencer-Nairn) have just moved in together when he has a terrible accident that leaves him paraplegic. Determined to help him, Lisa retains a lawyer, Steven (Michael Trucco), who has a crush on her. Due to his condition, Sam grows ever more distant from Lisa, ruminating on his and Lisa’s inability to have sex and believing that she and Steven are having an affair.
Sensing Sam’s growing distance from Lisa, Steven moves in, awkwardly offering as a gift a jewel he found hidden away in an antique desk. The jewel, unknown to Steven, is the Djinn’s cell. Lisa inadvertently awakens the Djinn, which secretly kills Steven and takes his form. The Djinn/Steven begins making advances on Lisa to trick her into making wishes…
Michael Trucco, Tara Spencer-Nairn, Jason Thompson, Victor Webster, Kimberly Huie and John Novak.
“The Wishmaster himself looks risible. I’m sure I’ve seen his second cousin on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, except that Buffy’s version looked less silly. However I really like the underlying concept, a cheerful mish-mash of Middle Eastern legend and Biblical myth. This thing calls itself a Djinn (a variant transliteration of “Genie”) and grants the traditional three wishes, but in return it wants your soul. It’s the Devil, basically, but in goofier make-up…” Horror Express
“Overlit, filled with gratuitous (and not especially attractive) nudity and thoroughly predictable, this fourth installment in the low-rent Wishmaster series appears designed to be the last. Would that it were so!” TV Guide
“This is indeed a horror version of a Lifetime movie. The Prophecy Fulfilled is packed to the gills with relationship drama, and now even the Djinn is trying to be romantic. Ignoring the demands of his kind to be unleashed, he sets out on an attempt to understand love so he can woo Lisa and legitimately win her heart.” The Movie Network