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The Witchouse Trilogy [3 Discs] [DVD]

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Synopsis

Witchouse
Witchouse, a quickie horror film from Full Moon Pictures and director Jack Reed, concerns a young woman named Elizabeth LeFey (Ashley McKinney). She invites some of her old school friends to her creepy Dunwich, MA, home for a May Day haunted-house party. The first couple to arrive finds the house decked out with candles, torches, jack-o-lanterns, and so on before being stabbed to death in the basement by a gruesome-looking old hag with glowing eyes. When the other unsuspecting guests arrive, Elizabeth reveals a pentagram on her living room floor, telling them about her ancestor, Lilith, a witch who was burned at the stake on that night 300 years ago. Later, she raises the demonic Lilith (Ariauna Albright), now a fanged monster who zaps people with blue lightning until they die, because all but one are descendants of the original witch hunters who killed her. Many of the dead come back as possessed demons and interrupt the usual teen horror sexathon with some nasty violence. Executive producer Charles Band has a credit for "original story," which one can only assume means that he jotted down some notes while watching 1987's Night of the Demons and 1985's Demoni on late-night cable. ~ Robert Firsching, Rovi

Witchouse 2: Blood Coven
Cult filmmaker J.R. Bookwalter (The Dead Next Door) directed this sequel to the 1999 shocker helmed by David DeCoteau under the pseudonym "Jack Reed." Much as the original aped 1987's Night of the Demons, this installment mimics The Blair Witch Project with a number of handheld camcorder shots and a similar approach. The plot concerns Professor Sparrow (Ariauna Albright) and her students, who are called to investigate the discovery of some unmarked graves by a construction crew planning a new shopping mall. The mall site just happens to contain a haunted house, where Prof. Sparrow and her students stay while they investigate the graves, the haunting, and a found videotape depicting the murder of a young couple in the nearby woods. As they dig deeper, interviewing the sinister town historian (Andrew Prine of The Miracle Worker and Grizzly) along with doing their own research, the group discovers information about an evil witch named Lilith who lived in the area. She was burned at the stake centuries before and has come back for revenge along with her bloodthirsty coven of red-eyed demons, leading to possessions, murders, and the obligatory twist ending. Bookwalter's atmospheric direction is a step up from the original, and paved the way for yet another sequel (Witchouse 3: Demon Fire) the following year. ~ Robert Firsching, Rovi

Witchouse 3: Demon Fire
Low-budget horror mogul J.R. Bookwalter (The Dead Next Door) directed this second sequel to the mildly successful Witchouse, another in his Tempe studio's productions for B-movie legend Charles Band's Full Moon Pictures. Cult favorite Brinke Stevens takes over the role of Lilith in this installment, which -- being shot on DV in Los Angeles -- represents more modest aims than the glossier 35mm look of the Romanian-lensed Witchouse 2. Like both of its predecessors, however, the film owes a lot to The Blair Witch Project, as Lilith is revived by a pair of documentary filmmakers (Debbie Rochon, Tina Krause) and their friend, an abused woman (Tanya Dempsey) seeking shelter from her past. ~ Robert Firsching, Rovi

Cast & Crew

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    Ashley McKinney - Elizabeth LeFey
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    Ariauna Albright - Lilith
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    Matt Raftery
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    Monica Serene Garnich
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    Dave Oren Ward
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