The Witch Who Came from the Sea
Directed by Matt Cimber
A disturbed woman starts to kill her lovers in this bizarre ‘70s horror curio. On the surface, Molly seems normal, splitting her time between work and babysitting. But Molly’s got some dark secrets and one night she snaps and goes full Bobbitt on her two lovers. From there the film spirals out of control in disturbing ways, mirroring Molly’s terrifying descent into madness and murder. Horror historian Stephen Thrower calls WITCH “one of the strangest and most perversely beautiful horror films of the ‘70s”. DEATH RACE 2000 scribe Robert Thom wrote the twisted script. Contains strong language, violence and gore.
A disturbed woman starts to kill her lovers in this bizarre ‘70s horror curio.
Cast: Millie Perkins, Lonny Chapman, Vanessa Brown, Peggy Feury
An odd little curio that's very much a product of its time — like a lot of 70s exploitation pictures, it has one foot in the grindhouse and the other in the arthouse. Weird, too, to think that its star got her start playing Anne Frank ...
While the pacing was good, this was a pretty ugly movie. The story was pretty rough in spots.
A solid psychosexual drama from the early 70's (filmed in 1971 but not released until 1976). The lead actress Millie Perkins is captivating and her performance alone is worth the watch. If you enjoy off-beat quasi-art house films from the 70's, you'll like this one.
Terrible. I couldn’t even sit through the entire movie. Had to shut it off half way through and that is very rare for me to do.
Strange but the lead actor is creepy as hell.