Wishmaster

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Wishmaster (1997)

Wishmaster is a 1997 fantasy-horror film from director Robert Kurtzman and executive producer Wes Craven (The Last House on the Left, Scream). The plot centers around an ancient Persian djinn (Andrew Divoff) that is accidentally released into modern-day Los Angeles, where he terrorizes the city, granting "wishes" to people he meets with horrific consequences, as he searches for the gem appraiser who released him. While initally panned upon its theatrical release, the film has since gained a cult following on the home video market for its special effects, camp horror aspects, and numerous cameos by popular horror film actors. The film would spawn three sequels.


The following weapons were used in the film Wishmaster:

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Beretta 92FS

Several Beretta 92FS handguns are seen throughout the film, most notably during the police station shootout (when Lt. Nathanson (Ricco Ross) "wishes" that a suspect could be caught on a 1st degree murder charge with eye witnesses), and at Raymond Beaumont's (Robert Englund) party after he "wishes" that he could host an unforgettable party.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
The murder suspect (not listed in the credits) snatches an officer's Beretta 92FS and opens fire inside the police station, granting Nathanson's "wish" in a particularly bloody manner.
Lt. Nathanson fires his Beretta 92FS, bringing the suspect's killing spree to an end.
A security guard (Dennis Hayden) places his hand on his sidearm in an attempt to intimidate Nathaniel Demerest (who is really the djinn disguised as a human).
A security guard (Howard Berger) at Beaumont's party is attacked by an animate statue.
The security guard's Beretta 92FS runs dry and he finds himself face-to-face with one of the animated statues.

Colt Python

When the djinn offers Alexandra (Tammy Lauren) a free wish to "get [her] in the spirit of the game", she responds "I want you to destroy yourself. Blow your brains out. Right now!". He promptly spawns a 6-inch, nickel-plated Colt Python revolver, presses it against his chin, and fires, demonstrating how the damage heals instantly.

Colt Python with 6" Barrel and nickel finish - .357 Magnum
The djinn materializes a Colt Python.
The Djinn (Andrew Divoff): "That which is eternal cannot die. But if it's any consolation, sweet Alex, that hurt like hell!"



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