And you thought meeting the parents was tough? Try dealing with an overprotective daughter who knows voodoo. That’s the gist of “Voodoo,” Gregg Bishop’s gleefully sadistic student short. When a smiling young suitor, who looks a lot like a young Hugh Grant, arrives to pick up his attractive date, he crosses paths with a sinister little girl who’ll stop at nothing to get rid of this prospective rival for her mother’s affections. She takes a Polaroid of the interloper, cuts out his head and plasters it on a one foot tall voodoo doll; thus bringing the suitor under her command. And she shows no mercy, forcing him to throw water on her mom and generally make an a*s of himself…until he grabs the doll himself and exacts some well-deserved revenge. “Voodoo” is a hoot and Bishop executes this comic romp’s simple premise with excellent comedic timing and an unswerving devotion to the cheap laugh.