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The Witch's Sabbath (2005)

R  |   |  Horror  |  22 October 2005 (USA)
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A coven of witches mask their true identity by operating the "Sin and Skin" strip club in, "The Witch's Sabbath". To keep the coven as one, they must behead 666 victims before the arrival of their Dark Lord on Halloween.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Eli James ...
Eric Coffin ...
Damian (as Erik J. Coffin)
Rikki Dale ...
Amber (as Rikki Barry)
Syn DeVil ...
Lisa Sparxxx ...
Randal Malone ...
Guiles the Butler
Craven Moorehead
Madelynn Spaseff ...
Young Eliza


A coven of witches mask their true identity by operating the "Sin and Skin" strip club in, "The Witch's Sabbath". To keep the coven as one, they must behead 666 victims before the arrival of their Dark Lord on Halloween.

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Rated R for strong gory violence, sexuality/nudity, and language | See all certifications »




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Not a 'B' movie. Not a 'C', nor 'F', nor even 'G', but more like a Z-
28 March 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This has got to be the worst movie ever produced, bar none. The film's colors are garish as a cheap beach-party 1960s 3-D cartoon and the filmwork appears to be that of a 13-year-old filming his older brother's best buds. The script itself could have been written by someone even younger, with lots of artificial profanity (wish this forum would allow me to script a line of it just to show how fake and cheesy the neopornographic dialogue is) and talk about girls who are 'hot'. About 65 percent of this film is devoted to artificial teats and pornography. Blood flows like cherry cool-aid throughout, and the excessive gore/blood is not terribly done, but no better than a C- or D+. Satan does make a cameo appearance late in the film and he looks like the cool-aid monster puppet re-done for a funhouse/spookhouse.

The only thing that can be said about a plot is, a coven of four witches must have a quota of 666 souls (decapitation murders) by Halloween (though all the action appears to be early summer) night in order to exist in the world one more year. So, to complete their task, they invite four high school/college students (who hang out at the witches' stripper club) to their halloween party in order to drug and murder them. The Witches' house. which is supposed to be a hundred-year-old mannor, is really just a well-decorated modern suburban condo with lots of angel statues and semi-elegant chandeliers.

(One poster in this forum described a scene where one of the characters drove a car over a cliff, and another character crapped in his pants at the opera. These scenes are not in the movie or referred to. The plot's only what I described above, and all the action takes place in the afore-mentioned witches condo, the strip-club, or the bedroom of one of the main characters, filmed with a cheap camera)

This film could have been made by a thirteen year old with a home movie camera and a big budget for cherry cool-aid and cherry syrup (for blood) and porno-star clothing. The only good things I can say about it is, most of the actors/actresses were reasonably attractive and I wondered why such normal- to above-average looking young adults would stoop to such a sucky movie (getting to keep the artificial teats, porno clothes and plastic halloween weaponry may have been part of the deal). The sound track was fairly decent to very good if you like, say, Black Sabbath and AC/DC. But these do not justify the awfulness and lack of talent you'll expose yourself to if you watch this. The best thing about this movie was there was a character named "Craven Moorehead" which was sorta a chuckle, but now that I told you, there's nothing else of value worth knowing.

Go rent Scooby Doo meets Bambi, Goldilocks vs. Broom Hilda,, or a cheesy porn flick instead.

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