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Witchcraft IV: The Virgin Heart (1992)

Video  -  Horror  -  25 March 1993 (Germany)
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Rock musicians are selling their souls to the devil for fame and fortune. An attorney with magical powers attempts to stop it.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Will Spanner (as Charles Solomon)
Clive Pearson ...
Lisa Jay Harrington ...
Lily Wild
Jason O'Gulihur ...
Erol Landis ...
Lt. Hovis (as Erol Munuz)
Pete Wild
Sunset Thomas ...
Nora Breckenridge (as Diane Fowler)
Jason Black ...
David A. Armstrong ...
Shop Owner (as Sha' Bennet)
KSTN Manager
Isaac Barush ...
Tad Higgins ...
Barbara Dow ...
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Rock musicians are selling their souls to the devil for fame and fortune. An attorney with magical powers attempts to stop it.

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Rated R for horror violence, sexuality and language

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The Devil Loves Some Rock 'n Roll
15 October 2012 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Witchcraft IV: The Virgin Heart (1992)

* (out of 4)

The fourth film in the series finds lawyer Will Spanner (Charles Solomon) involved with a new girl (Julie Strain) while trying to investigate a case involving a man accused of killing his girlfriend. It turns out that the devil's son is also working the music scene by having young musicians sell him their souls in exchange for fame. I'm honestly not sure how those two stories were supposed to connect but WITCHCRAFT IV tries to do it but of course fails miserably. The first three films in the series were bad but each of them featured something strangely bad that made them entertaining. This fourth installment is clearly the worst of the bunch and you can't even say it reaches a so bad it's good level. The biggest problem is that there's just not much of a story here and what little there is gets stretched to a 93-minute running time, which is about 73-minutes too long. The film does offer up some rather funny moments including the scene where our lawyer-warlock goes up against the D.A. trying to say his client is innocent. The dialogue for these two going back and forth managed to get me to laugh. It's also funny hearing the lawyer tell the talented stripper that she should join a band and sing for a living. And let us not forget the scene where our lawyer buddy gets backstage at a strip club by claiming to have gotten lost looking for the bathroom (I hate when that happens). The performances, as you'd expect, are all pretty poor and even Solomon comes off rather bored here. Strain certainly can't act but I'm fairly certain she was hired for her breasts, which she shows a few times throughout the film. WITCHCRAFT IV just drags along so badly that it's really hard to find any sort of entertainment in it.

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