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The Witch's Dungeon: 40 Years of Chills (2006)

Video  -  Documentary  -  2006 (USA)
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A look behind the scenes at Cortlandt Hull's "The Witch's Dungeon," a movie-themed Halloween attraction in Bristol, Connecticut -- now the longest-running show of its type in the United States.

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A look behind the scenes at Cortlandt Hull's "The Witch's Dungeon," a movie-themed Halloween attraction in Bristol, Connecticut -- now the longest-running show of its type in the United States.

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An interesting look into the Witch's Dungeon in Bristol, CT., put on by Cortland Hull for these many years. The DVD, though a bit too flashy and self-absorbing at times, was edited carefully so as to fit and showcase as many of the horror icons and their history and in many cases relationship to the museum. I found many of the interviews most interesting though a bit too truncated. It certainly left me wanting more of them. I also thought the history behind the attraction was well-done and again very interesting. The Witch's Dungeon DVD obviously is a product of love for the genre and make-up for which it chronicles how Hull got into the attraction at a very early age. There are some nice things about Vincent Price included and the list of interviewees is substantial with the likes of June Foray, Forrest J. Ackerman, Christopher Lee, and many, many more. This would make an excellent viewing right around Halloween!


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