A warlock refuses to use his powers for evil, but comes across another warlock who isn't bothered by such trivial matters. In fact, the evil warlock falls for the good warlock's girlfriend,... See full summary »
Charles Solomon Jr.,
Witch from the first Witchcraft movie stalks the now teenage child. She attempts to kill his friends in order to slowly corrupt him to Satan. However the boy is able to defeat the evil ... See full summary »
Charles Solomon Jr.,
Will Spanner is at it again battling sex starved beautiful demon vampires in the seventh installment of this series. Will enlists the help of cops Lutz and Garner to bring down the evil ... See full summary »
Michael Paul Girard
Will Spanner, the reluctant heir to a dark legacy, is once again thrown into battle against the forces of evil when a series of gruesome murders begins to take place. The victims are all ... See full summary »
One night in a dark nightclub, Jeff Lawton meets up with the beautiful and mysterious Tisa; Jeff is never seen alive again. Cindy Lawton, Jeff's sister seeks the help of family friend Will.... See full summary »
Janet Tracy Keijser,
So why 10 out of 10? Mainly to counteract the "Academy". The Academy believes that no film which does not deal directly with some left-wing (gay anything!) societal issue, have a completely depressing ending, or at the very least involve unattractive actors mumbling philosophical nonsense to each other in Swedish or French has any right to be seen. Not so! Klaus Kinski in Herzog's "Aguirre, the Wrath of God" is tedious enough to make me want to peel off my own flesh. Stephanie Swinney in "Witchcraft 6", on the other hand, leads me to believe that some flesh just needs to be appreciated. It should be remembered that in its beginnings cinema never aspired to the status of art. It was entertainment pure and simple. That some film has indeed achieved the status of art is both inarguable and laudable, but it would be unwise to denigrate that which aims to merely titillate or entertain.
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