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I had intended to watch all sixteen of the Witchcraft films as part of a 31 Days of Horror October challenge, but only two films into the series and I'm already faltering. The first was a cheap and uninspired Rosemary's Baby rip off with just a touch of barely passable gore in the closing moments; this sequel is just as cheap and dull, but replaces the graphic violence with just a smidge of gratuitous nudity, something that I understand subsequent sequels exploit further, becoming little more than supernatural flavoured soft-core sex movies.
The Temptress takes place eighteen years after the first film, William now a frustrated teenager (played by Charles Solomon Jr.) desperately trying to have his way with chaste girlfriend Michelle (Mia M. Ruiz). Causing further trouble for their relationship is blonde witch Dolores, who tries to lure William to the dark side by offering her body to him, which he somehow resists. Meanwhile, William receives three strange gifts that assemble to form a chalice, his adoptive parents reveal themselves to be part of a coven, and Michelle is stripped to her underwear and molested by an unseen force. None of this makes much sense or is particularly entertaining, with terrible performances from the cast of unknowns and pedestrian direction from Mark Woods (this being his one and only movie).
If the next few entries in the Witchcraft series show no sign of improvement, there's a good chance that I won't get through them all until the same time next year.
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