Tag Archives: witches

Oh Look! Another Glorious Anniversary! Kenny Ortega’s ‘HOCUS POCUS’ (1993) Turns 30

Amok, amok, amok, amok! Let’s take a ‘amok’ at the Halloween cult classic, Hocus Pocus (1993). Hocus Pocus was released in theatres on July 16, 1993. It was directed by Kenny Ortega and was written by Mick Garris and David Kischner. The film stars Sarah Jessica Parker, Bette Midler, Kathy …

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My Favorite Horror Film: ‘The VVitch’ (2015) is Deliciously Evil

I have seen many horror movies over the years but whenever I am asked which one is my favorite, the answer is always quick and easy: The VVitch (2015). Having always had a fascination for the occult, especially the old New England folktales involving witches, I absolutely HAD to see …

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Movie Review: Pierre Tsigaridis’ ‘Two Witches’ (2022) Delivers A Wicked Story and Awesome Special Effects

Two Witches

I love films about witches, so the trailer for Two Witches had me interested right away. This is the feature film from writer-director Pierre Tsigaridis. It stars Rebekah Kennedy (To the Bone), Kristina Klebe (Rob Zombie’s Halloween), Belle Adams (Perry Mason) and Tim Fox (Westworld) star. Synopsis for Two Witches  …

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‘American Horror Stories’ Season Two Premiere Satisfies Hardcore Fans with Epic Crossover S2 Ep1, “Dollhouse” – Recap

“You’ve been kidnapped by a crazy-rich toymaker who’s sick in the head and obsessed with dolls!” Sounds like the beginning of a disturbing horror story, doesn’t it? That’s because it is. This is the plot of the first episode of the second season of American Horror Stories titled “Dollhouse,” which …

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Movie Review: Richard Bates, Jr.’s Horror Comedy ‘King Knight’ (2022)

King Knight

I didn’t know much about King Knight (read Fantasia Fest review – HERE) before watching it, but I had a feeling I was going to enjoy it and that was an understatement. King Knight was directed and written by Richard Bates, Jr. (read our interview – HERE). The film stars …

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Discover the Origin of Evils in ‘Fear Street Part 3: 1666’ (2021) – Movie Review

The Fear Street books were my first exposure to horror literature. So, when I found out Netflix was putting out not one Fear Street movie but three, I was beyond excited. I loved the first two films (read another PH writer’s thoughts on them here and here), but I knew …

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