Witchouse 3: Demon Fire

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Low-budget horror mogul J.R. Bookwalter (The Dead Next Door) directed this second sequel to the mildly successful Witchouse, another in his Tempe studio's productions for B-movie legend Charles Band's Full Moon Pictures. Cult favorite Brinke Stevens takes over the role of Lilith in this installment, which -- being shot on DV in Los Angeles -- represents more modest aims than the glossier 35mm look of the Romanian-lensed Witchouse 2. Like both of its predecessors, however, the film owes a lot to The Blair Witch Project, as Lilith is revived by a pair of documentary filmmakers (Debbie Rochon, Tina Krause) and their friend, an abused woman (Tanya Dempsey) seeking shelter from her past. ~ Robert Firsching, Rovi

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Release Date
10/16/01 
Studio
Retromedia Entertainment
MPAA Rating
R -- Restricted
Length
1 hour, 17 minutes
Sound
  • Dolby Digital w/ sub-woofer channel
Video Features
  • Widescreen 16:9 enhanced (1.85:1 aspect ratio)
  • Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround mix
  • Three feature commentary tracks: director J.R. Bookwalter and star Debbie Rochon; stars Tanya Dempsey, Brinke Stevens, and Paul Darrigo; producer Tammi Sutton, director of photography Danny Draven, and crewmember "Spud" Scaduto
  • "Witchouse 3" home movies (34 mins.)
  • Debbie Rochon interview (23 mins.)
  • Cast interviews with Tanya Dempsey, Paul Darrigo, and Tina Krause (10 mins.)
  • Bloopers and outtakes reel (16 mins.)
  • "The Eyes of Debbie Rochon" (10 mins.)
  • Behind-the-scenes still gallery
  • Kelley Sweet still gallery
  • "Burning of the Salem Witches": 1979 short film with commentary by director J.R. Bookwalter
  • Cast & crew filmographies
  • Tempe DVD trailers and coming attractions
  • Color insert with introduction by director J.R. Bookwalter and multimedia weblinks
Number of Discs
1

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