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

| Documentary | Video 2006
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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Great look behind the scenes of classic Horror & Sci-Fi movies.
1 January 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This film is clearly a labor of love by people who know horror and Sci-Fi movies.

It is based on the movies and people that inspired the artist Cortlandt Hull to create the Witch's Dungeon Movie Museum in Bristol CT, and was released just in time for the museums's 40th anniversary.

The director, Dennis Vincent captured the fun and excitement of the classic horror films, and what it felt like to see them for the first time. There is no filler, or rehashed clips you've seen over and over. These are all new interviews & behind-the scenes fun.

It's fast paced and entertaining, from the colorful opening animation to views of rare photos and posters.

My favorite parts are the interviews with the celebrities, and the people who made the films possible. The interviews really have a great feel, as if you got to sit down with them for a cup of coffee, while they discussed their lives in film. They leave you wanting to hear more.

I heartily recommend this.


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