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Mark Of The Witch Review

8 June 2016 10:26 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

In the name of all that is blasphemous, satanic and unholy, what in Satan’s asshole did I just watch?

Mark Of The Witch is an ambitious mess of hackneyed gimmicks that might have been salvageable with a proper budget, not just writer/director Jason Bognacki’s can-do attitude. I’m all for filmmakers going rogue and shooting original content, but only within their pre-determined means. Bognacki’s style is marred by atrocious CGI and incoherent storytelling, all of which try to skirt by on the presumption that arthouse pretension trumps any semblance of a worthwhile narrative. And you know what? Maybe it would have without all the fluctuating audio levels, fish-eye lensing and inexcusable animated misfires.

Maybe.

Bognacki opens on robed cultists (presumably witches) who are holding a baby, before transitioning into an overhead shot of a birthday cake that reads the name “Jordyn” (Paulie Rojas). As the happy post-teen celebrates another year, »

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'Mark Of The Witch' to release on 6/6/16

24 May 2016 10:02 PM, PDT | MoreHorror | See recent MoreHorror news »

By Seth Metoyer

MoreHorror.com

It certainly seems like it's been the season of the witch lately, and here's another upcoming gem for you.

The film Mark Of The Witch will be releasing on 6/6/16 on the following platforms Dish, SlingTV, DirectTV, Vubiquity (Verizon), Amazon, Vudu, Xbox, Itunes, Flixfling, Google Play, Vimeo, Comcast (est).

From Director Jason Bognacki, the cast includes Maria Olsen (Paranormal Activity 3, Starry Eyes and Meir Zarchi's I Spit On Your Grave: Deja Vu) and rising star Paulie Rojas (Down and Dangerous, The Last Resort).

Check out the trailer below the official details.

From The Press Release

On 6/6/16 Epic Pictures will release their acclaimed new horror film Mark Of The Witch on a digital platform near you!

Labeled by Paranormal Underground Magazine as "one of the most beautiful films about witchcraft ever seen," Mark Of The Witch follows Jordyn, a beautiful young woman who is driven »

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DVD Review – Mark of the Witch (2014)

18 February 2016 3:40 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Mark of the Witch, 2014.

Directed by Jason Bognacki.

Starring David Landry, Maria Olsen, Lillian Pennypacker, Paulie Rojas and Nancy Wolfe.

Synopsis:

A beautiful young woman is driven into a dark underworld of demonic possession, desire, and extreme indulgences when she learns she may be the devil’s kin.

Not to be confused with the 1970 film of the same name, Mark of the Witch (known as Another, in the USA) is a low-budget horror (that’s probably obvious). A young woman is driven into a dark underworld of demonic possession, desire and extreme indulgence when she learns she may be the Devil’s kin.

Demonic horror films are pretty much a dime a dozen these days. Right from the start it’s clear that director Jason Bognacki (who also wrote the film) is trying to approach things from a slightly different angle visually. The film has something of an arthouse approach to the visuals. »

- Amie Cranswick

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DVD Review – Mark of the Witch (2014)

15 February 2016 4:55 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Mark of the Witch, 2014.

Directed by Jason Bognacki.

Starring David Landry, Maria Olsen, Lillian Pennypacker, Paulie Rojas and Nancy Wolfe.

Synopsis:

A young woman turns 18 and discovers that she may be the spawn of Satan. Happy birthday…

As Mark of the Witch (a.k.a. Another) opens we see masked figures dressed in black robes delivering a baby inside a CGI cave set inside a cliff on a CGI landscape, along which a CGI crow flies from a CGI tree – not looking good so far. We then fast forward 18 years and Jordyn (Paulie Rojas), the baby we saw at the beginning, is celebrating her birthday, although her creepy aunt Ruth (Nancy Wolfe) is hardly being the life and soul by spouting cryptic gobbledygook.

However, the party livens up a bit when Ruth takes a rather large kitchen knife and stabs herself in the stomach whilst shouting “It is time!” After Ruth is hospitalised, »

- Amie Cranswick

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‘Mark of the Witch’ DVD Review

20 January 2016 4:01 AM, PST | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Stars: Ana Paula Redding, David Landry, Lillian Pennypacker, Michael St. Michaels, Nancy Wolfe | Written and Directed by Jason Bognacki

There’s a joke in Garth Marenghi’s Darkplace, the under-seen but superlative comedy about the making of a fictional eighties horror programme, that is too good not to repeat at any given opportunity. In it, the show’s producer, played by Richard Ayoade, claims that due to episodes running far too short, any scene without dialogue was considered for slow motion. Given its own brief running time of just eighty minutes and its predilection for the special effect, one wonders if Mark of the Witch was produced under a similar ethos.

Mark of the Witch portrays Jordyn (Ana Paula Redding), a young woman who keeps having weird and wacky experiences of a not entirely pleasant nature. Turns out, she’s being harassed/possessed by a demonic presence. There’s not »

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