The Naked Witch / Crypt of Dark Secrets 2002 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
The Naked Witch (1961, 59 min.) - Ding, dong, the witch ain’t dead! After a college student digs up the remains of The Luckenbach Witch and removes the stake from her ribs, The Naked Witch is alive and well, strolling through the Texas countryside in her birthday suit! Killing the descendants of those who condemned her to death, she also seduces the student, who eventually realizes his sexy new girlfriend belongs back in the grave. A charmingly goofy and naughty-for-its-time regional rarity, this is also the first horror film directed by cult fave Larry Buchanan, who also gave the world “Zontar the Thing from Venus!” “Crypt of Dark Secrets” (1976, 71 min.) - Vietnam vet Ted Watkins is robbed of his cash by three thugs who invade his swamp home and leave him for dead. Ted awakens to find that he’s the pet project of Damballa, a sexy witch who dances in the nude when she’s not turning into a snake. She then takes revenge upon Ted’s dimwitted almost-killers with the help of a voodoo priestess, buried treasure, a smoking mummy case, and her Crypt of Dark Secrets. Shot in Louisiana, this is off-kilter Drive-In-Approved Southern-Style Swamp Horror!
About The Naked Witch / Crypt of Dark Secrets (2002)
Starring: Libby Hall, Robert Short, Jo Maryman, Denis Adams, Charles West,
Runtime: 127 minutes
Director: Claude Alexander, Jack Weis, Larry Buchanan,
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