The Superstitions of Witchcraft

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David attempts to save Ann and Sheryl, but Sheryl flees into the attic to hide, where the witch kills her by driving a stake through her head. David instructs Ann to go outside and wait in his van, and is attacked by the witch moments later, but she vanishes before she is able to kill him.

David exits the house, and finds Ann's dead body inside his van. Despondent, he takes cans of gasoline to the pond, pours them in it, and lights it on fire. Mary appears to him and reveals herself as another form of the witch; Thompson drives the crucifix through her heart and she falls backwards into the pond.

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The disturbance seems over, but before Thompson can leave, Elondra's hand erupts from the pond and drags him under water. Supersition was an independent production filmed in in Silver Lake, Los Angeles [5] under the title The Witch but was shelved until four years later. Superstition was released theatrically in Italy in Frank Moreno, the president of Almi Pictures, promoted the film similarly to how he promoted Almi Pictures release of House by the Cemetery.

In a review published by the New York Daily News , Superstition was negatively compared to The Amityville Horror , and it was noted: "Like many contemporary fright films, Superstition substitutes escalating gore for suspense. It's also a victim of the bloated running time required to justify its single feature.

The Superstitions of Witchcraft

Had [it] been cut as effectively as its characters, sliced to say, 70 minutes There is much pain, boredom and violence—but mysterious it, is not. The Hackensack Record ' s Lou Lumenick similarly criticized the film's violent content, describing it as a "schlocky slasher film AllMovie described the film as a "Flamboyant, giallo -style gore effects are the only highlight of this otherwise pedestrian supernatural horror film" [14]. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Superstition Theatrical release poster.

Michael O. Penaria Corporation [1]. British Film Institute. Archived from the original on January 11, Turner Classic Movies.

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San Francisco, California. Archived from the original on October 15, DVD Talk. Archived from the original on January 14, Bloody Disgusting. Categories : films s slasher films horror films American haunted house films American supernatural horror films American independent films American slasher films Films about witchcraft Films shot in California Films shot in Los Angeles Supernatural slasher films. Hidden categories: CS1 Italian-language sources it. Namespaces Article Talk. Wow this book is tough, is very factual, wordy and difficult to follow. It's full of references to other writings on witchcraft and it's writtern in typical seventeenth century style. This actually reads like a reference book therefore if you are looking to understand more on witchcraft for leisure, do yourself a favour and find a easier book! Feb 15, Tracy Jones rated it did not like it.

Too heavy for me sorry Oct 08, Halina rated it did not like it. One of the worst books I have ever read. Okay I understand people might have been scared of this stuff back then but these kind of books and people just fed into that fear. I thought this was gonna be a good book but just after the first 10 pages, I couldn't help but roll my eyes after every sentence.

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