The legendary Witchcraft series is back with all the blood, guts, sex and death. Satan Rose unleashes her fury in the form of a curse, led by a coven of sexy witches. In the battle to stop the Angel of Death, will white magic prove stronger than the forces of evil?
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Is overtly a "B-film horror movie." Not meant for critics, or to be technically savvy, nor aesthetically highbrow, the actual technical definition is that a "b-movie" was the second movie on a double bill. It was typically a low budget formula type film, which fell somewhere in the suspense, horror, sci-fi, western, exploitation or gangster genres, although there were other genres covered as well. In Hollywood, the B movie is and was a low-budget commercial movie, but one that is not an arthouse film. In its original usage, during the Golden Age of Hollywood, the term more precisely identified films intended for distribution as the less-publicized bottom half of a double feature and proved quite lucrative as a result drawing a cult fan following of moviegoers interested and entertained by a genre-based flick. See more
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