Season of the Witch
Directed by George A. Romero
After NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, master of horror George A. Romero turned his eye to witches. On the surface, Joan Mitchell has it all – family, friends, and a beautiful home equipped with all the latest appliances. But when a neighbor educates her on the practice of witchcraft, Joan believes she’s discovered the perfect antidote to her monotonous suburban existence, and embarks upon a dark path that will lead to a shocking conclusion.
George Romero's tale of a suburban housewife, witchcraft, and the dark, shocking results.
Cast: Jan White, Raymond Laine, Ann Muffly
George Romero classic. Fantastically surreal and as relevant now, as it ever was.
I started off skeptical of this film but was pleasantly surprised by the end credits. Not necessarily the type of horror genre you'd think this title fits into, but its a fun watch with some creepy angles.
There were a lot of things that I actually liked about this movie I felt that they tried to dive into occultism a little bit differently, perhaps more honestly, than a lot of 70s films were able to do. No spoilers but I thought the ending was very pathetic. It did keep my attention most of the time but I was not satisfied at all with how this movie ended.
Certainly 70s crap
70s garbage. Not even close to a horror, just a bored housewife.