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Raúl Artigot (screenplay)
Raúl Artigot (story)
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A photojournalist traveling through the Pyrenees on assignment with a beautiful writer stays overnight at an ancient Spanish castle, only to hear that the adjoining mountain is occupied by a coven of witches. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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R.I.P. Actress Patty Shepard
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Cast

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Patty Shepard ... Delia
Cihangir Gaffari ... Mario (as John Caffari)
Mónica Randall ... Carla
Guillermo Bredeston
Soledad Silveyra
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Luis Barboo ... Hombre encadenado
María Eugenia Calleja
Ana Farra ... Santa
Carmen Herrera
Víctor Israel ... Posadero
Conchita Linares
Inés Morales ... Mujer gato
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Directed by
Raúl Artigot 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Raúl Artigot  screenplay
Raúl Artigot  story
Juan Cortés  screenplay
Juan Cortés  story
Félix Fernández  screenplay
Félix Fernández  story
José Truchado  screenplay
José Truchado  story

Original Music by
Fernando García Morcillo 
 
Cinematography by
Fernando Espiga 
Ramón Sempere 
 
Film Editing by
Pedro del Rey 
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Andrés Vich .... first assistant director
 

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Also Known As:
"The Witches Mountain" - USA (TV title)
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80 min | USA:84 min (DVD)
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18 out of 23 people found the following review useful.
I'll get you my pretty… And your fancy mustache too!, 20 September 2006
Author: Coventry from the Draconian Swamp of Unholy Souls

Okay, what the hell kind of TRASH have I been watching now? "The Witches' Mountain" has got to be one of the most incoherent and insane Spanish exploitation flicks ever and yet, at the same time, it's also strangely compelling. There's absolutely nothing that makes sense here and I even doubt there ever was a script to work with, but somehow I couldn't turn it off. The scratching your head with confusion starts right away, with an opening sequence about an angry little girl that killed her mother's cat. So you think this film revolves on children possessed by evil forces? Heck no, because after this intro, the girl and her wickedness simply aren't mentioned anymore. Then cut to a guy, with the most impressively trimmed mustache you'll ever see, who breaks up with his girlfriend in a rather unsubtle way. When she asks him to spend his vacation with her, he promptly phones his employer requesting him any type of assignment! Great move. The movie finally starts now, as he travels to an isolated mountain area to photograph some peaks. Though not before he picks up a new girl (Patty Shepard) and photographs her topless! Throughout their journey, all kind of strange events occur that – you guessed it – are never explained. The girl wakes up in the middle of the forest, loud petrifying music plays everywhere and someone even steals the jeep! Really, car jacking witches? Apparently a coven of silent witches owns the mountains and they practice voodoo on trespassers. That's as close as I get describing the plot, but there's a good chance I'm way off… More important here is the atmosphere! "The Witches' Mountain" is occasionally very creepy, with its spooky music and interesting cinematography. The supportive characters all look uncanny and the ravishing Patty Shepard plays a good heroine. This is the type of European horror film that could have been legendary, if only someone had bothered to write a structured screenplay.

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