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,
Detectives Lutz and Garner are investigating the strange murders of three women found in the nude with no apparent death marks. The only thing connecting the victims is that they had gold crosses with them. With no one else to turn to, they ask Will Spanner (Jerry Spicer) to help them with the case and sure enough it leads back to Satan worshipers. WITCHCRAFT VI is yet another bad film from this bad series but like the previous five, this one here just has something about it that makes it watchable. Perhaps it's the non-stop humping that keeps it moving but even this after a while starts to get old. I think it's fairly interesting that we're six movies in and the same character has appeared in each of these. As silly as it might sound, this actually gives the series some familiar territory for the viewer because each time you start a new movie you really don't have to get familiar with new characters and instead you're just continuing the connection with this lawyer who always has a hot girlfriend and is always getting involved with the Devil. The performances here are actually pretty good with Spicer doing a nice job in the role as Will and both Kurt Allen and John Holiday are good as the detectives. As far as the women goes, it's clear that the casting call was for big breasted ladies who wouldn't mind showing their bodies. I think I counted at least six women that were naked before the 25-minute mark and the film hadn't even gotten to the major sex scenes yet! Oh yeah, isn't it kinda strange that pretty much the only scene that doesn't feature nudity is one in a strip joint? This here is clearly just for fans of the series or those nutty enough like myself to try and sit through all of them. Those not fitting either of those categories are best to leave this one alone.
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