Zombified (2004)

As a part of the voudou rite of zombification, a bokor (also called a caplata, of the “left-handed” Vodun) takes possession of her/his victim’s soul, replacing it with a loa (refers to a spirit, but directly translates to “mystery” in the Yoruba language) that she/he controls. The trapped soul is placed within a small jar, wrapped in a piece of the victim’s clothing or jewelry, and hidden away.

In this instance, our bokor proves to not be fully capable of controlling the loa she has invoked with her veve’s and chanting, and the zombie turns on its maker….