When an old house in a small town is razed to make way for a shopping mall, the crew unearths four unmarked graves. A professor from a nearby university is asked to find out who the bodies ... See full summary »
When an old house in a small town is razed to make way for a shopping mall, the crew unearths four unmarked graves. A professor from a nearby university is asked to find out who the bodies are, but when she and her students arrive in town and begin to ask questions, they discover that no one wants to talk to them or help them in any way. Written by
I enjoy all three of the Witchouse movies, but "Blood Coven" has to be my favorite for several reasons. For one, i thought the story was much more developed than the first film. Another reason, i was completely fooled by something in this movie...which is later revealed towards the end of the film. I won't reveal it, since it's such a great moment for first time viewers. There are scarce few films i can say truly fooled me in that way.
The DVD "Lunar Edition" from Tempe/Full Moon is one of the best DVD's a low budget movie could ever hope for. There are more special features than most major movie DVD releases.
I'm not saying Witchouse 2 is a perfect movie, it has it's faults as almost any low-budget film obviously does. But for a horror movie, it can hold it's own quite well.
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