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Witchcraft IV: The Virgin Heart Reviews

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January 22, 2017
I'm sure it will not surprise anyone if I say this is an awful movie. It's not just your routine kind of awful, it's deeply and fundamentally awful. It starts with a guy losing his girlfriend at the side of the road. He stands and shouts her name for 5 minutes ... then he falls out of a tree and knocks himself out. She comes back and shouts his name for 5 minutes. It never gets better than this. The sound mix is completely incompetent. One indoor scene appears to be lit entirely by an open window, which lets street sounds in which drown out the dialogue. I felt lucky.
½ July 4, 2015
If there is one series of films out there that never should have seen the light of day it's the Witchcraft movies. This is low budget T&A horror at its highest. Fans of Julie Strain will lust after this "beauty" of a movie. Her sultry self is here giving one of her "best" performances.
Unless a fan of Strain or the Witchcraft series (check your head) give this one a wide birth.
½ July 27, 2014
Warlock lawyer Will Spanner aids a 17 year old kid charged with the murder of his girlfriend. Somehow this leads to a story about Robert Johnson at the crossroads and musicians selling their soul for a career in the music industry (albeit a struggling career since Julie Strain has to double as a stripper). Strain lends some eye candy, continuing the series greater emphasis on sex with each instalment. I would put this one on par with Part III.
October 2, 2013
The last of the Charles Solomon sequals. This one takes on a old school private eye style. It is a very cheesy and very fun movie.
October 1, 2013
Not as good as 2 but close. This is the last movie in the series for Charles Solomon....
October 27, 2012
Quite boring, with possibly the worst sound quality I've ever heard.
October 27, 2012
Will Spanner encounters the Curse of the Blues in the form of an eternal music manager whose clients have sold their souls to him in exchange for enough musical talent to play at local clubs. I would have held out to become a rock star, or at least a recording contract. Julie Strain delivers a memorable performance at the Coven club. Last of the series to star Charles Solomon, none of the subsequent revolving door William Spanners would equal his presence in the role.
June 12, 2012
Will Spanner encounters the Curse of the Blues in the form of an eternal music manager whose clients have sold their souls to him in exchange for enough musical talent to play at local clubs. I would have held out to become a rock star, or at least a recording contract. Julie Strain delivers a memorable performance at the Coven club. Last of the series to star Charles Solomon, none of the subsequent revolving door William Spanners would equal his presence in the role.
July 8, 2009
Very slow, bad plot, atrocious acting, and not very interesting. Thankfully Charles Solomon is back, providing us with some truly inspiring awful acting. Julie Strain is rather sexy, but sadly very little can distract from the absolutely nonsense that is the villain. There are a couple of scenes that are alright, but for the most part this is just very bad.
½ May 6, 2008
AND WELL DIS UNE EXCERLLENT
November 1, 2007
Not interested. In general I don't like horror movies.
June 9, 2007
Never watched any of these
February 13, 2007
yawn, isn't there anything worthy commenting on? Heathcliff, bad pagan witches...jeez
December 12, 2006
I wonder what this is about, i think ill see it!
½ December 10, 2006
Pretty bad, pretty terrible, pretty horrible. Do I need to say anymore then that?
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