A great wizard returns to Earth where he lands in New Orleans in search of a mate, but he runs into a woman with whom he had an affair 8 years previously resulting in a son that is unknown ... See full summary »


Jon Jacobs


Jon Jacobs





Cast overview, first billed only:
Jon Jacobs ... Jason (First Horn)
Christina Fulton Christina Fulton ... Lucinda Bale
Shana Betz ... Beatrice (as Shannah Bettz)
Leon Herbert ... Maddison
J.C. Brandy ... Betsy
Alix Koromzay ... Natalie
John El John El ... George
Fatt Natt Fatt Natt ... Jules
Brother Randy Brother Randy ... Jim
Judy Garwood Judy Garwood ... Ms. Worth
Ajax Davis Ajax Davis ... Severain
Angie Jakusz ... Chickory (as Angie Green)
Quintron Quintron ... Artos (as Jay Poggi)
Tina St. Clair Tina St. Clair ... Ursula
Sophie Dia Pegrum Sophie Dia Pegrum ... Charlotte (as Sophie Pegrum)


A great wizard returns to Earth where he lands in New Orleans in search of a mate, but he runs into a woman with whom he had an affair 8 years previously resulting in a son that is unknown to the wizard. Written by John Sacksteder <jsackste@bellsouth.net>

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Sex is magic



Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong sexuality, and for language, violence, and some drug content | See all certifications »

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Jon Jacobs burnt his eyelashes in one of the final scenes. Jamie the DP said it was the best shot of the film See more »


(at around 1 min) A woman is seen sitting on a stoop drinking. Between cuts, she alternates between a bottle and a cup. See more »


Jason: [reciting the Charm of Making] Anal nathrakh, urth vas bethud, dokhjel djenve!
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References Excalibur (1981) See more »

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Worth checking out...
14 October 2000 | by fangoria_magazineSee all my reviews

Fulton looks like she was enjoying herself while shooting this movie, and that is undoubtedly due to the fact that (according to the making-of featurette on the DVD) the role of Lucinda was written especially for her. It hardly seems like work, but she really earns her money when Lucinda dresses up and assumes the identity of her customers' fantasies. I was shocked, and you will be too. Jacobs plays Jason like a punk rock star, with bleached blonde hair and a (real?) Scottish accent right out of TRAINSPOTTING. During his scenes, my finger never left the rewind button because I couldn't catch what he was saying the first time. Thank GoodnessDVDs don't wear out.

This is not really a horror movie; it's more like a black comedy that deals with Wicca/paganism and is peppered heavily with sex and sexual innuendo. Usually I can do without sex in a movie, because most of the time it's gratuitous and exploitative of women. I am very happy to report that the ladies of LUCINDA'S SPELL and the guys both appear in various stages of undress. Most aspects of this movie work; even though there are some loose ends and unanswered questions (for instance, why doesn't Jason just stay in Scotland to couple? Aren't there any witches there?), I still enjoyed it. I recommend LUCINDA'S SPELL to anyone interested in the occult and on the lookout for a movie that is fresh and different.

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Release Date:

14 November 1999 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Lucinda's Spell See more »

Filming Locations:

Louisiana, USA

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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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