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3 May 1997 (Netherlands) See more »
She gets what she wants. She keeps what she gets. She never lets go.
This is another look at the occult as inspired by Roger Corman and his view of the dark side. Jealous witch Erica uses her powers to influence her unwitting husband Larry and his colleagues, who all work for a big law firm. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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For what it was, it was pretty good. B+ See more (17 total) »


  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Linda Blair ... Amelia Reynolds

Edward Albert ... Howard Reynolds

Julie Strain ... Erica Barnes

Michael Parks ... Stan Latarga

Larry Poindexter ... Larry Barnes
Lenny Juliano ... Don
Rochelle Swanson ... Carol

Toni Naples ... Maria

William Marshall ... John Geiger
Antonia Dorian ... Trisha
Kristi Ducati ... Kathy (as Kristina Ducati)

Melissa Brasselle ... Mrs. Annie Latarga

Fred Olen Ray ... Bill Carson
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jim Wynorski ... Co-Worker (uncredited)

Directed by
Jim Wynorski 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Mark Thomas McGee 

Produced by
Toni Naples .... executive producer
Fred Olen Ray .... producer
William B. Steakley .... line producer
Original Music by
Chuck Cirino 
Darryl Way 
Cinematography by
Gary Graver 
Film Editing by
W. Peter Miller  (as Peter Miller)
Casting by
Ellen Lang 
Art Direction by
Ron Durant 
Set Decoration by
Franklin A. Vallette 
Costume Design by
Gwen Lavery 
Makeup Department
Heidi Grotsky .... makeup supervisor
Wendy Robin .... makeup artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Cara Casimer Curtin .... second second assistant director (as Cara Curtin)
Dan Katzman .... first assistant director
Josh Oliver .... second assistant director
Fred Olen Ray .... second unit director
Art Department
Jack Chandler .... scenic artist: second unit
Sandra Kay Muncie .... property assistant
Stephen H. Robinow .... property assistant
Jere Swaggerty .... property assistant
Stefan Wilcox .... property master
Hal Yards .... model maker
Sound Department
Paul Aulicino .... sound editor
Kristie Bielenberg .... sound liaison
Frank A. Fuller Jr. .... foley artist (as Frank Fuller)
Kevin Hamilton .... dialogue editor
Beth Hopper .... foley artist
Scott C. Kolden .... re-recording mixer
Scott C. Kolden .... sound effects editor
Joel E. Smith .... re-recording mixer
Joel E. Smith .... sound effects editor
Eric Struble .... boom operator
Sean Sullivan .... boom operator (as Sean Michael Sullivan)
Dennis Michael Tenney .... sound effects editor (as Dennis Tenney)
David Waelder .... sound mixer
Gunnar Ted Walter .... boom operator
Special Effects by
Kevin McCarthy .... special effects (as Kevin Francis 'Boomer' McCarthy)
Visual Effects by
Larry Arpin .... optical camera
Leon Stankevich .... line-up
Billy Bob Jackson .... stunt driver
Cole S. McKay .... stunt coordinator
J. Suzanne Rampe .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Steve Barkett .... video playback operator: second unit
Merle Bertrand .... grip
Brian Byram .... grip
Steve Charles .... best boy: second unit
Tom Cozza .... still photographer
Matt Jacobson .... best boy grip
Scott Jensen .... key grip
Douglas Martimer .... camera loader: second unit
Frank Nero .... dolly grip: second unit
Adam Randolph .... art/grip swing
David Spencer .... first assistant camera
Todd W. Spencer .... best boy grip
James H. Sweeney .... best boy electric
Ted T.E. Tunney .... gaffer (as Edward T.E. Tunney)
Thomas Vozza .... still photographer
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Johnnie Fiori .... wardrobe assistant
Editorial Department
Brian Kibbie .... negative cutter
John Nave .... negative cutter
Chuck Winston .... color timer
Location Management
Eva Zelder .... location manager
Other crew
Abdul Alhazred .... occult consultant
Traci Bradford .... craft service
Scott Carey .... minatures: second unit
David L. Hewitt .... title designer
Jennifer Mackey .... production coordinator
Wendel M. Phillips .... production assistant
Jacqueline Taylor .... script supervisor
Madame Zolta .... reader advisor
Ari Bass .... special thanks
Madame Zolta .... special thanks

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Rated R for sexuality and violence
93 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
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Director Cameo: [Jim Wynorski]Man with paperwork Stan knocks down running out of Larry's office.See more »
Continuity: During the first threesome, you can see in the close-up shot of Erica that she's wearing panties and Larry's feet are on top of the covers. In the wide shot, she is bare from the waste down and his feet are underneath the covers.See more »
Carol:I'm telling you right now, I'm not into group sex or women.See more »
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2 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
For what it was, it was pretty good. B+, 27 April 2001
Author: Smooth B from Somewhere In Illinois

Why this movie doesn't come on Cinemax more often, I don't know. But this was one of the better B-movies I've seen in a while. It's got a great cast of good-looking women and the story wasn't that bad.

Here's the gist of the plot:

Erica Barnes, played by Julie Strain, "dies" early in the movie. She's a modern-day witch, and uses her witchcraft to cast a weird spell over her unsuspecting husband, Larry.

You see, she suspects that her husband is cheating on her with an old girlfriend, Carol, played by Rochelle Swanson (always a favorite of mine). Carol is a blonde early in the movie, but she's brainwashed by the spirit of Erica to dye her hair brown. Now, of course, she looks like Erica. Slowly but surely, Erica begins to take over Carol's thoughts until she can no longer think for herself. It ends in a flurry of bullets, but I'll save the ending for the select few of you who make it that far.

Linda Blair gives a believable performance as Amelia, the other practicing witch in the movie. She battles with Erica through her magic and sorcery as well. Her husband has been relegated to a wheelchair and she's, shall we say, horny. She wants to have an intimate relationship with her husband again, but his injuries prevent that from happening.

In the final analysis: good story, good women, decent sex and a better than average cast make this a movie worth watching.

Sex: B- Women: B+ Story: B+ Overall: B+

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