a list that is trying to contain every horror film made that is not lost and is found on the…
A young newlywed couple move into a remote village in middle America only to find a secret coven of witches who want them to join all the fun; or face the consequences.
Woody Harrelson's Texas Chainsaw 4.
Couldn't get through it.
Amusing slice of 80s made-for-TV cheese, in which an omnipotent coven flails to keep one victim in place for a sacrifice. Bonus points for casting renowned TV mom Barbara Billingsley as a witch.
Or 'I Married a Satanist,' the kind of risky commitment any socially mobile young lady was apt to make in the 80s, when marginal spiritual distinctions between the peppily well-groomed constituted mere academic trivia. Made-for-TV cornball paranoia doesn't have much to recommend it in terms of a clever script, elegant (or even midway competent) direction, compelling signs of intelligent life on Earth, etc. It does, however, have Barbara Billingsley as the sweetly reassuring face of an evil that wants to eat your soul, so I can think of far less edifying ways to spend an Easter morning.
Dull but at least still watchable TV movie from the late 80's. Droll is one of the words that come to mind. Another is Yawn. Similar, in theory, to Spellbinder with Kelly Preston but no where near as interesting. The ending is completely over the top and probably the only other really interesting part is seeing Woody Harrelson's bit part in a laughable freak accident. Done better elsewhere
All the films mentioned by name in Kim Newman's definitive encyclopedia of horror films, Nightmare Movies. Well worth a read.…