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Witchery (1988)





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In this horror film, a group of people travel to an old hotel in a remote part of New England, where they incur the wrath of an evil witch (Hildegarde Knef). As the hotel guests begin to die off in gruesome ways, a young photographer and his girlfriend struggle to find a way to defeat the witch.more
Rating: R (adult situations/language, nudity, violence)
Genre: Horror
Directed By: ,
In Theaters:
On DVD: Nov 14, 2006


Linda Blair
as Jane Brooks
Catherine Hickland
as Linda Sullivan
Annie Ross
as Rose Brooks
Bob Champagne
as Freddie Brooks
Hildegarde Knef
as Lady in Black
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A house-hunting family and a couple of photographers get stranded in a derelict hotel on a small island with a history of witchcraft. Mostly bad but it has its points of interest including: Linda Blair getting possessed again, an appearance by David Hassellhoff and some bloody occurences with the highlight being a woman who gets her lips sewn shut and then gets slowly roasted to death. If you enjoy cheesy Italian productions then you may find this of interest.

Lee ?

Super Reviewer

This horror movie is okay, but it's confusing up until the end, and then the ending is one of those stock horror movie ends that isn't very shocking anyway.

Aj V

Super Reviewer

Cheesy, somewhat gory, Italian tale of witches, rituals and something to do with a pregnant woman that didn't really make a whole lot of sense. Normally this is something that automatically turns me off but dammit I have a soft spot for low-budget 80's Italian horror and this one fits the bill.
Especially one that kills off David Hasselhoff.

A.D. Villarreal

Super Reviewer

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