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Da Hip Hop Witch (2000)

5 white kids get lost in the hood looking for da hip hop witch, a year later their footage was found.

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Will Hunting
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5 white kids get lost in the hood looking for da hip hop witch, a year later their footage was found.

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Eminem & 5 white kids from the suburbs get lost in Da Hood!!! See more »


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Rated R for pervasive strong language | See all certifications »

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18 September 2003 (Japan)  »

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Hip hop veštice  »

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Da Hip Hop Witch is a "spoof" of The Blair Witch Project See more »

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Eminem: Don't fuck with the fucking witch, man! Don't fuck with the fucking witch!
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References Reservoir Dogs (1992) See more »

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It Leaps from the TV and Kills Your Soul
24 June 2004 | by (California) – See all my reviews

Da Hip Hop Witch is quite an achievement in modern film making. Not only was it *not* released by New Concorde, it manages to make every movie I've ever seen that much better. You know how it is. You'll find yourself watching a crappy German movie with a dog taking a crap on a boat while some orchestral score rises in the background, and you'll turn to your friend, chuckle, and say, "Hey, at least it ain't Da Hip Hop Witch!"

I remember liking Vanilla Ice at one point. His goofy haircut, his sincere devotion to being on the streets... no more. He produced this movie. He is the core of this thing's existence. If ever there is a tribunal for crimes against humanity relating to film production, he should be the prime suspect.

As a side note, immediately after viewing, which killed every sense of joy I'd ever experienced in my life, I took the tape out of the VCR, opened the cover, and cut it. I suggest you cut the tape as a first step if you really want to see the best this movie has to offer.


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