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James Robertson buys a painting depicting witches being burned at the stake, one of whom bears an uncanny resemblance to his wife, Chris. Chris, gradually taken over by the personality of the witch in the painting that she resembles, allies herself with two other reincarnated witches to plan James' death, as he proves to be a descendant of the man responsible for the witches' fate. Written by
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Tom Selleck(in an early role) plays James Robertson, who purchases an old painting of a witch burning that intrigues him. His wife Chris realizes that James looks like the witch-burner, but he just dismisses this as a coincidence, but when each of the three witches begins disappearing from the painting, he begins to suspect something supernatural may be going on, and that it involves his wife...
Despite a good premise and atmosphere, this is squandered on a cheap exploitation film(consider the opening sequence...) that takes too long to tell its story, and ultimately leads to an unsatisfying and downbeat conclusion; looks like an R-Rated version of the "Night Gallery" TV series, which was on the air at this time, though Rod Serling is nowhere to be found!
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