November 1999. Three gorgeous college girls entered the woods of Bacchusville, New Jersey, in search of the legendary Erotic Witch. Two weeks later their footage was found. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Erotic Witch Project
November 1999. Three gorgeous college girls entered the woods of Bacchusville, New Jersey, in search of the legendary Erotic Witch. Two weeks later their footage was found.
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Joel A (de) wrote: A challenging film about a young man & woman who find information of their father they never knew & a brother they never thought they had.The go on an In Depth journey of learning & discovery as they travel to the Middle East.The ending is very gripping but I feel I missed a lot of the key aspects of the film & I'm keen to revisit it in a few years.
Allan C (ca) wrote: A love letter to 80s slasher films gets everything right and is a must see for fans of this disreputable genre. The film manages to stick to the slasher film formula, but does it better than most all of the films it's paying homage to ("Halloween" and "The Hitcher" are still better). Writer/Director Adam Green sets the film in the backwoods swamps of New Orleans and cerated his own unstoppable killer, Victor Crowley, played by Kane Hodder who played Jason in most of the Friday the 13th films. A group of tourists on a Haunted Swamp Tour break down and then are picked off one-by-one by the seemingly unstoppable Crowley. Beside Hodder, Green casts familiar horror faces like like Robert Englund (Freddy) and Tony Todd (Candyman). He also has familiar faces like Mercedes McNab, Joel Murray and Richard Riehle. Best all is that Green elected to use old school practical special effects (latex and fake blood) instead of the much over-used computer generate special effects. For non-slasher film fans, this is probably a ** film, but for fans of unstoppable killer slasher flick, this one is essential viewing.
Jake M (de) wrote: This movie is so bad that I'm starting to think it's a joke.
Mark A (it) wrote: Thoroughly enjoyed James Stewart's performance. Movie was slow at times but Stewart kept it intriguing.