Witchfire

  • 1986
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Thriller

When an asylum psychiatrist dies in a car wreck, three of his patients--Lydia (Shelley Winters, who doubles as associate producer), Hattie (Francesca De Sapio), and Julietta (Corinne Neuchateau)--refuse to believe he is dead. When they are taken to the funeral for verification, Lydia leads her friends in an escape to an abandoned mansion in the woods, where...read more

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When an asylum psychiatrist dies in a car wreck, three of his patients--Lydia (Shelley Winters, who doubles as associate producer), Hattie (Francesca De Sapio), and Julietta (Corinne Neuchateau)--refuse to believe he is dead. When they are taken to the funeral for verification, Lydia leads

her friends in an escape to an abandoned mansion in the woods, where Lydia, who fancies herself a witch, conducts seances to contact their deceased doctor, and where the three crazies meet and proceed to terrorize a hunter (Gary Swanson) and his son (David Mendenhall). Shelley Winters' performance

is the centerpiece of the film, the only thing of interest about it, and that dooms it. Her best line comes when she tells the hunter, "I may be insane, but I'm not stupid." Perhaps not, but people who made this film can't say the same.

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  • Released: 1986
  • Rating: NR
  • Review: When an asylum psychiatrist dies in a car wreck, three of his patients--Lydia (Shelley Winters, who doubles as associate producer), Hattie (Francesca De Sapio), and Julietta (Corinne Neuchateau)--refuse to believe he is dead. When they are taken to the fun… (more)

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