Friday, June 26, 2015

Witchcraft III: The Kiss of Death - Review - @BrandonCSites

Witchcraft III: The Kiss of Death (1991) *
D: Rachel Feldman
C: Charles Solomon Jr., Lisa Toothman, Domonic Luciana, Leana Hall, William Lewis Baker

Plot Synopsis: A warlock who refuses to use his powers for evil comes across another warlock who isn't bothered by such trivial matters. In fact, the evil warlock falls for the good warlock's girlfriend and decides to get rid of his competition so that he can turn the girlfriend into one of his many sex slaves. The good warlock, not quite sure how to handle the situation, turns to an African witch doctor for help.

Review: Two sexy warlocks, one good & one evil, battle it out for a sexy woman. Sounds like a legit way to bring together the horror genre with the soft core erotic craze of the 90's, doesn't it? Too bad it fails in terms of technical execution.

The direction is bad. The score is bad. The editing is bad. The special effects are bad, but even if the film had better production values, it probably wouldn't have mattered. Neither Charles Solomon Jr., Lisa Toothman or Leana Hall are attractive enough for their roles. 

What woman in her right mind would want to come back to Charles Solomon Jr. (AKA: The Good Warlock) when she has a hunk like Domonic Luciana (AKA: The Evil Warlock) pining for her ...well, unless Solomon was loaded. Lisa Toothman, who stars as the woman caught in the middle of this love triangle, certainly isn't bad looking, but she isn't the kind of great beauty that would awaken demonic forces. Finally, there's Leana Hall. She plays one of the sex minions of the evil warlock. She's mainly there to make sure there's an equal male to female ratio and to get naked. Hall is nothing to sneeze at, but she's not particularly striking either.

Going into Witchcraft III, I didn't expect much other then to see some good looking people, in various states of undress, with maybe an occasional whiff of something horror related. When it comes to the good looking people part, they couldn't even get that right. [R] 85 minutes.

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