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There will always be dark. People will always be afraid.
I don't recall seeing a Witchouse I or II, so I won't be judging this as a sequel, but on it's own.
First, the cinematography was outstanding. This, in no way, appeared to be low budget by the camera work or the acting. Things were not as they appeared, and that was a good thing.
Stevie (Debbie Rochon), Annie (Tanya Dempsey), and Rose (Tina Krause) were doing a ritual as part of a documentary on witchcraft that Stevie and Rose were doing. They conjured up something they didn't count on. Lillith (Brinke Stevens) the witch starts to haunt Stevie and Rose. I wondered why she left Annie alone, but that would be giving away the good part.
Speaking of good parts, there was a definite good part when Tina Krause came out of the shower. Reportedly not as good as An Erotic Vampire in Paris, Poetic Seduction, or Vampire's Seduction, but good anyway. I guess I'll have to get those films, too.
It was a good flick that was worth watching. And, did I mention it had Debbie Rochon?
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