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- Version: Standard Edition
- SKU: MVD12467D
- Format: DVD
- UPC: 760137124672
- Street Date: 06/13/23
- PreBook Date: 05/09/23
- Label: MVD Rewind Collection »
- Genre: Horror
- Run Time: 92 mins
- Number of Discs: 1
- Audio: STEREO
- Year of Production: 1989
- Region Code: 0
- Box Lot: 30
- Territory: US,CA
- Language: English
A team of parapsychologists try to exorcise a house which is haunted by the owner's heartless uncle.
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In the attic, we have a secret sacrificial altar where the former owner, Avery Lauter (J. P. Luebsen, Witchboard) was found dead. His heart brutally cut from his body... his restless spirit rumored to still be wandering these halls.
In the living room, we find a team of experts (among them, WITCHBOARD's James Quinn and Judy Tatum) assembled here at the request of Avery's sole heir and nephew Devon Lauter (director Kevin Tenney himself), along with the sexy Ms. Ginger Kowowski (Linnea Quigley, The Return of the Living Dead) who have no inkling as to the dangers that are about to befall them as they attempt to trap the evil spectre.
From director Kevin Tenney (Night of the Demons, Witchboard) comes a supernatural cat-and-mouse horror show of deadly deception!
- Group commentary track with: Director Kevin Tenney, Producer Dan Duncan, Cinematographer Tom Jewett and Actor Hal Havins
- Optional English SDH Subtitles
- Audio: English 2.0 Mono
- Original Trailer (SD)
- Written and directed by cult filmmaker Kevin S. Tenney (Night of the Demons, Witchboard)
- Written and filmed as “The Haunted”. The title was changed by the producers in hopes that audiences might assume it was a sequel to the successful Witchboard (1986), Kevin S. Tenney’s previous film.
- Cult classic 80’s horror originally from video store staple Magnum Entertainment returns to Blu-ray and makes its debut on DVD!
- Stars Linnea Quigley (Night of the Living Dead) James W. Quinn (Night of the Demons 1 & 2), Kathleen Bailey (Night Visitor), Judy Tatum (Witchboard) and Rob Zapple (Eternity)
'Witchtrap' builds to a satisfying grand finale... It's an engaging feature with a spirited take on ghostly horrors, transcending some of its B-movie limitations with enthusiasm for cinematic craftsmanship and sheer genre fandom.
—Brian Orndorf, Blu-ray.com
Witchtrap is a fun film that doesn't get the credit it deserves. It manages to pull off something that isn't easy to do: balance gruesome horror elements with lighthearted comedy and make it feel cohesive.
—Charlie Cargile, PopHorror.com