Witchcraft (1988)

1988 Horror

User Score: 67/100

Synopsis:

A new mother and her child move into her mother-in-law's dark old mansion. She soon begns to suspect...

I bought this movie on DVD because I thought it looked interesting. And because I am on a tight budget 97 cents seemed like a steal to me. After I watched it I found out why it cost so little. The story unfolds as two witches are burned at the stake over 9000 years ago. And then fast forward 9000 years later and the witch couple comes back from hell and wants to eat your soul. Yes ‘im serious thats the whole plot. That’s all you’re getting from this movie. The warlock takes his wife and baby to his "mothers" house to wreak havoc amongst them and tortures his wife with bad visuals. LOL. No need to go on too much from here because the other reviews say it all. And as for any splatter lets just say any fans of the slasher genre will be very disappointed. The body count is low,almost everybody lives. Not to mention a disappointment to 80’s horror fans in general. This movie is epic fail and I promise you will regret buying it. I know I have,I watched the dvd as a time waster instead of an actual movie. I don’t think I will ever purchase Witchcraft 2.


About Witchcraft (1988)

Title: Witchcraft
Year: 1988
Starring: David Fox, Trevor Narom, Sarah Neece, Liz Kane, Bandy Stillwell, Mary Shelley, Anat Topol, Gary Sloan, Steve Decker, Kristine Crewse, Lou Starr, Lori Singman, Rocco J. Basile, Kathy May, Louis Brill, Jeffry Fox, Florence Stone Fevergeon, Blanche Brill, Rick Roberts, Aaron King, Eliabeth Peterson, Laura Rosen, Deborah Scott, Jay E. Joyce, Susan Kowalski, Alexander Kirkwood, Alan Levy, Dean Guillies, Lee Kissman, Paul Kowalcyk
Director: Rob Spera
Reviewer:
Score: 1 / 5 stars
Published:
Avg. Rating: 3.3/5 stars from 6 users. Votes: 6.
Genre: Horror

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