Suffer not a witch to live.
2009 | Color | 87 Minutes | 1.78:1 | R | Horror | Stereo | Forbidden Pictures
Source: Miss Misery Roku Channel
Writer: Jimmyo Burril
April Monique Burril
David R. Calhoun
Horror host Miss Misery drives us through this tale of two witches that are living in a small apartment building and getting very paranoid about their neighbors. Shot on a miniscule budget of $100,000 dollars (not sure how that happened) by husband and wife Jimmyo and April Burril. This dynamic duo has also brought us The Chainsaw Salley Show that has pretty much the same cast as well. Nothing too special when it comes to the look and feel of this movie, in fact, most of the interior shots of the apartment where shot in April's real house.
The soundtrack is a little on the lite side as well nothing overly complicated but still pretty simple. When it comes to the acting its ok you can tell that Rochon and Burrill have worked to together in the past as their on-screen presence truly hold this movie together. Even with a slow burn the movie is not too bad and gives a little twist on Witch's still living in America today.
Now back to our host Miss Misery, seems like a fun show to me more on the lines of Svengoolie with her info breaks and short jump-ins with film facts or silly jokes that really fit the movie well. I like her show and it is pretty easy to track down as she has her own channel on the Roku. And this being a newer movie and pretty sure not in the public domain I giver her credit for scoring something nobody has done yet. Even if the movie is just ok Miss Misery makes it worth the watch. I highly recommend checking her out.
Plenty of good looking girls here and the blood and guts flow's pretty freely at the end making this a good pair *Cough Cough* sorry about the bad pun. But no really check out the show its well worth the two hours of your day.
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