Wednesday, 10 July 2013

Stars: 3 / 10

Not Romero's best; a good idea goes flop. If you want a cheesy 70's semi-feminist witchcraft B-movie just for some cheap laughs at the terrible wigs and swinging lingo, then by all means, enjoy! 

The overall idea of this film is interesting, but the story seems lost, tries hard to get itself on track, yet frequently gets diverted on a psychedelic trip of misdirection.

Personal bonus points for Donovan's super groovy "Season of the Witch", which was written for the soundtrack.



Director: George A. Romero
Year: 1972
Main Cast: Jan White, Raymond Laine, Ann Muffly


Trailer (wow, one of the worst and most misleading trailers ever, lol)



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