People burn and kill children in Nigeria because of the feces the writer Helen Ukpabio put in this movie, and preaches everywhere else. Basically, she says that even children can be witches. Which is nicely seen in scenes where children are teleported in a room of a father of one of them. With brilliant 1999 digital straight to video Nigerian special effect a plate of pasta is created on his back (while he's sleeping) and they eat it. Other stuff like an old lady who can tap her thigh three times and suddenly she has a big cock with which she rapes her daughter-in-law and displays her womb in the witches coven happen.
Most of the theater left and one old man fell asleep. It was boring only on occasion, and I laughed a lot. Copy was pristine as it can be considering what it was, and fortunately it was shown with subtitles, 'cause anyone who ever tried to see an Nigerian movie knows they are hard o understand.
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