Book Review: Witch – Author Lorne Patterson

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A suspenseful tale of both ancient and modern horror, Witch is a breath of fresh air in this time of zombie trending and vampire romance. Patterson returns to the roots of the genre, generating a natural sense of foreboding that builds and builds, while at the same time maintaining a stylized tone that is both bleak and beautiful at once—comparable to that of Clive Barker. The interweaving storylines, moving between both modern day and 16th … Continue reading

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Book Review: Witch Craft – Compiled by Margaret McGuire & Alicia Kachmar

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WITCH CRAFT: WICKED ACCESSORIES, CREEPY-CUTE TOYS, MAGICAL TREATS, & MORE! (HARD COVER) Compiled by Margaret McGuire & Alicia Kachmar Published by Quirk Classics Publication Date: 2010 Format: Color – 96 pages Price: $14.95 “Double, double, toil and trouble! The instructions in Witch Craft will help you conjure up 25 totally wicked treasures – everything from vampire bite necklaces to graveyard cupcakes. You’ll also find tips and tricks for transforming found objects and everyday items into … Continue reading

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Film Review: Mark of The Devil (1970)

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SYNOPSIS: Austria – 1770. A time of superstition and religious persecution. Count Cumberland and his evil henchmen torture and kill innocent citizens accusing them of witchcraft. This original uncut version has lost none of its shocking impact. On the outset we are introduced to a cruel and public display of a witch being burned alive. Followed by an introduction of how the film is based upon three real historical Witch trial accounts. Count Christian von … Continue reading

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Film Review: Midnight Offerings (1981)

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SYNOPSIS: Vivian has magic powers. She doesn’t hesitate to save her boyfriend David from failing in school by murdering teachers. However, David has gotten tired of her and is putting his charm on a new girl in school, Robin. Robin discovers that she also has magic powers, and it comes to a mental struggle between the two women over David. REVIEW: Before there was “The Craft“, before “The Secret Circle” and before “The Raven” (ok, … Continue reading

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