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Witchville

4 out of 5 stars 24 customer reviews

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Erik (Andrew Pleavin), warrior of Draeganoth, is sent by his dying king to retrieve Prince Malachi (Luke Goss), heir to the throne, who's been on an extended tour of the continent for years. Accompanied by Erik's brother, Jason (Ed Speleers), they return home, only to find the king dead and the kingdom desolate. A mysterious stranger appears with a book naming Witchcraft as the cause with clues as to how to defeat the evil ones. The stranger leads the new king and his men on a journey to find the Witches' hiding place, beginning a voyage packed with battle, betrayal, witchcraft and revelation.

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  • Actors: Luke Goss, Ed Speleers, Andrew Pleavin, Simon Thorp, Sarah Douglas
  • Directors: Pearry Reginald Teo
  • Writers: Amy Krell, John Werner
  • Producers: Amy Krell, Brad Krevoy, Mike Callaghan, Reuben Liber
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • DVD Release Date: July 5, 2011
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004WO9OUC
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #99,874 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Witchville" on IMDb

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By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 23, 2011
Format: DVD
Here are three words that chill the soul and petrify the senses: "SyFy Original Movie." It promises schlocky plots, horrible acting, and slapdash production values that make movie snobs cry.

And "Witchville" is.... not nearly as bad as most of SyFy's original movies. Most of this is due to the presence of the ever-awesome Luke Goss, whose mere presence elevates any movie he's in. It's a schlocky, cheesy sword-and-sorcery story that needed a bigger budget than it had, but it tries pretty hard with what it does have.

After of years of exile, Malachai (Goss) and his buddy Jason (Ed Speleers) return to their homeland after hearing that Malachai's royal dad has died. Unfortunately, the kingdom is being ravaged by a famine -- and according to a wandering witch-hunter named Kramer, the famine is due to witches. He also has a magic book about how to find and kill witches.

So Malachai, Kramer, Jason and a small number of warriors set out to find the Red Queen (Sarah Douglas), who commands all the witches, as well as her daughter Jozefa. However, they haven't reckoned with the Red Queen's power and cunning, or the secret reason she wants to conquer Malachai's kingdom.

"Witchville" is pretty much your standard sword-and-sorcery schlock -- it has a lot of age-old cliches (oh look, the pretty young witch is being reformed by a hot shirtless guy), the costumes are Word of Warcraft castoffs, the fight scenes are painfully bad, and the budget was obviously tiny (Malachai's "kingdom" appears to be ONE VILLAGE).

It's cheesy, but unlike most SyFy movies, it's not offensively stupid. And I have to admit, the people behind it did obviously try to make as good as a movie as possible.
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When I heard the commercial for this movie my first thought it is going to be one of those mildly bland movie, but as I started to watch it I really enjoyed it. This movie has everything you want in a fantasy setting, and while it appears to be just some fight scenes and grand landscapes it is also about family matters and that's why this movie does stand out from the rest.
So Mr. Luke Goss (the hero from the movie) Sarah Douglas, Myanna Buring swedish actress in her american debut and the director Pearry Reginald Teo all you should be proud of this film.
So go ahead rent or better buy WITCHVILLE.
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I got the chance to see this movie when I was in vacation and while at first thought it least it will better option than what is out there but as I finished watching it it was really good movie better from Syfy other junk.
So all the actors and the director be proud and go ahead buy WITCHVILLE.
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This was a typical SYFY channel movie, low on budget, high on overdramatic. But, I have to say I liked it. SYFY likes to throw in everything, it is very formula. I'm surprised they also didn't have vampires and dragons. The story and the actors weren't bad and the special effects were good. This is pulp fiction, cheap entertainment, but good cheap entertainment. This was a video game type story with the oversized swords and strange shoulder pads. The true test of any film is, would I watch it again? The answer this time is: yes. So, if you have an afternoon with nothing else to do, watch Witchville.
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By Paul T. Lyden on February 9, 2014
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You can tell this is a B grade movie. Everyone said the acting was good enough to make up for it. But I didn't think that was the case at all. It had the acting skill of the power rangers show. Not great.
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Back in the day this would have been at the drive in and it would have been one of the better b movies made on a lower budget. Most scy fy movies would be at the lower end of that drive in b movie scale. This one shoots and delivers a more solid production with even better acting than usual. The story takes place in a mythical medieval kingdom too. Most scy fy movies are monster of the week affairs. I like them but they are filled with really cheesy cgi usually. which many c movies at the drive in would have or a grindhouse etc too, This works better in some ways. It's a sword and sorcery movie and that's rarely done anymore. THe new conan was decent though, and it didn't do that well , but witchville" is worth a watch and really stands up as good as a 80's sword and sorcery movie would , except there is no nudity as they would have had. The plot is basic and good king and his warriors battle the evil red witch and her kin to save the kingdom. ANd that's good enough really. If you are a fan of low budget sword and sorcery movies then this one is for you completely. And the cgi looks really good in this one. The dvd's picture is great too.
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I give Witchville four stars because I enjoyed the movie but it did not have the depth that Dracula or the Underworlds had. This is a good movie full of sword fighting and yes...Witch hunting. The whole town of Witchville is full of witches. The Red Queen played by Sarah Douglas is the head of these witches and it is up to four men including a witchhunter played by Simon Thorp to stop them. Luke Goss plays Prince Malachy who becomes king in the small town of Draeganoth after his father the king dies. With Ed Speelers and Andrew Pleavin the four men go after the witches because they have blighted the crops and people are starving. There is also a little mystery surrounding the Red Queen. This movie runs about one hour and thirty minutes but it is enjoyable all the way through and was well worth the purchase.
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