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Little Witches (1996)

A group of girls at a Catholic boarding school get mixed up in the occult.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Mimi Rose ...
Faith Ferguson (as Mimi Reichmeister)
Sister Sherilyn
Father Michael
Mother Clodah
Sheriff Gordon
Zoe Alexander ...
Lalaneya Hamilton ...
Melissa Taub ...
Sister Napolitano ...
Landon Hall ...
Masked Girl
Constance Crossen ...
Illuminati Girl
Erica Doering ...
Illuminati Girl


Six misfit schoolgirls at an all-girl Catholic high school, left alone at the school for Easter week, get mixed up with the occult and witchcraft after an old Satanic temple is found underneath the church where they attend as well as an old book of black magic spells for conjuring up an ancient demon from the pits of Hell. Janie, the most characteristic and cruelest of the girls, takes charge of the group and plots to resurrect the demon using a series of black arts spells, while one innocent girl, Faith, has a change of heart and tries to stop them from completing their spell which also includes a human sacrifice. Written by Anonymous

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Forgive Me Father, For I Am Sin


Horror | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for occult violence, nudity and some sexuality | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

23 December 1996 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

A Maldição das Bruxas  »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


Acting debut of Clea DuVall. See more »


When the girls gather around the window of Room 24, sunlight is shining through behind the curtain. Yet when they go outside to investigate, it is clearly night. See more »


Nicole: Who's Gertrude?
Jamie: Miss Illuminati 1896!
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Featured in Svengoolie: Little Witches (2001) See more »

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Nekkid School Girls Summon Satan!! :
28 February 2000 | by (Mooport Moos, VA) – See all my reviews

"Little Witches" is one of those silly, sloppy, T&A-loaded Straight-To-Video "B" Horror flicks that you just gotsta luv!! :=8) It sports poor fx, hilarious dialogue, inane black magic mumbo-jumbo, loads of "B" actors you've seen in udder flicks, and copious amounts of nekkid catholic school girl flesh. It's one of those kinda moovies that the herd luvs to pop into the vcr late at night, with a greasy pizza and a 6-pack of moo juice, knowing full well that their brains will not be required for the next 90 minutes or so. In which a gaggle of giggling school girls, left to rot over Easter break at their Catholic boarding school, discover the "black arts", and summon the Big Evil Dude to do the nekkid cow boogie. ;=8) Faith(Mimi Reichmeister) is the sweet, smart, virginal, heroic snugglebunny who just wants to do the right thing; naturally, she saves the day when the Giant Evil Scaly 3-Mouthed Demon Thing comes for munchies. Jamie(Sheeri Rappaport, appearances in "NYPD Blue" & "Xena" tv shows)is the naughty, abused bad girl, who spends moost of the film without clothing, and who gets dragged to hell for being a slutty, power-hungry b**ch. The sharp-eyed will spot Clea DuVall(Invisible Girl in tv's "Buffy:The Vampire Slayer", "The Faculty")in the gaggle, who gets skewered by a scaly demon horn. Snuggly "B" starlet Jennifer Rubin("A Nightmare on Elm Street 3", "The Crush", "Screamers")plays a nun(yeah, right...)who is also the Guardian of the Book That Summons the Giant Evil Scaly 3-Mouthed Demon Thing, and also sports a nifty tattoo! Jack Nance(tv's "Twin Peaks", "Love and a .45") plays a soon-to-be sliced up priest, and good ol' Zelda Rubenstein ("Poltergeist") plays a tiny poisoned nun with a red splotch on her head. The herd howled over such cheesy dialogue as: "Do you have any sins of a non-dietary nature?", and "This is an ancient book of black spells - AND IT REALLY WORKS!". If silly "B" fun, coupled with oodles of nekkid cuties, is what yer after, then the MooCow is here to tell ya this is yer twisted cup of java. Haphazardly directed by Jane Simpson (Simpson, eh...), and sporting moore gaping plot holes than Kathy Lee Gifford's reputation, "Little Witches" is no "Sixth Sense", but believe me you won't mind. The MooCow says order up a double pepperoni & fire up the vcr for "Little Witches", and let the silliness roll! ;=8)

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