Bell, Book and Candle
It's not scary at all, it's just a cute film. An enchanting
witch puts a publisher under her spell in this engaging romantic comedy. Appealing
performances, wacky characters, witty dialog!
Stars: James Stewart, Kim Novak
Director: Richard Quine
The Craft (Special Edition) (1996)
Many people of the Pagan persuasion hated this film. We loved it, it's a just
movie, people!! Get over it!! Thriller about four teen misfits who use witchcraft to solve
their problems, to a bad end of course.
Stars: Fairuza Balk, Neve Campbell
Director: Andrew Fleming
The Devil's Rain (1975)
Small town devil worshipers have a run in with a man
trying to save his girlfriend from becoming one of them due to family
ties. Ernest Borgnine stars as the head of the coven. Not bad for an
oldie, entertaining and watch for a very young Travolta.
Stars: William Shatner, John Travolta
Director: Robert Fuest
Hocus Pocus (1993)
Every time we watch it, we all want to move to Salem, Mass. It's cute, it's funny,
the effects are great. Great special effects, cute story! Three sisters who happen
to be witches return to Salem after 300 years to wreck havoc on the town that hanged them.
Stars: Bette Midler, Kathy Najimy
Director: Kenny Ortega
Rosemary's Baby (1968)
A young couple move into a creepy apartment building in
New York City. He's an aspiring actor and the neighbors worship Satan.
He offers them his wife to give birth to Satan's son in exchange for
fame. Very racy for it's time.
Stars: Mia Farrow, John Cassavetes
Director: Roman Polanski
Practical Magic (1998)
The cursed Owens women doom men they love to early
death. It troubles sibling witches, Jilly and Sally, witches who want a
normal life. When an unexpected death occurs, all
Hell breaks lose but love prevails in the end.
Stars: Sandra Bullock, Nicole Kidman
Director: Griffin Dunne
This 1991 film is one of those "you either like it or don't" kind of
films. An evil,
eons-old warlock torments a young woman while he's looking for pages
from a book to set the devil free..
Stars: Julian Sands, Lori Singer
Director: Steve Miner
The Witches of Eastwick (1987)
This black comedy is about a trio of women conjuring up the perfect man by
accident. Kind of silly but a strong cast and an entertaining story make up for it as well
as good Hollywood production values, a mix of ribald humor with erotic reveries.
Stars: Jack Nicholson, Cher, Michelle Pfeiffer
Director: George Miller
Ancient Mysteries - Witches (1996)
The witch, sorceress, enchantress, the devil's
consort--she has haunted the human consciousness and captured our
imagination for thousands of years. The fear of the witch is woven deep
within our psyche, but, surprisingly, there was a time when the witch
was not a source of evil. Join us on ANCIENT MYSTERIES and learn the
surprising answers to the mystery of the witch.