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Witch's Brew

4.3 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews

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Jeff and Preston are a pair of friends who run a micro-brewery out of their garage. When they accidentally run over and splatter a witchs black cat, she puts a powerful curse on their latest batch of booze. Soon the unsuspecting locals imbibe the homemade beer and suffer extremely gruesome, agonizing and ironic deaths!

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  • Actors: Shawn C. Phillips, George Stover, Ruby LaRocca, Chris Magorian, Gary-Kayi Fletcher
  • Directors: Chris LaMartina
  • Producers: Jimmy George
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Media Blasters
  • DVD Release Date: January 22, 2013
  • Run Time: 80 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00AHTYGEU
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #114,593 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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When Jeff Ducker (Chris Magorian) and Preston Oakley (Gary-Kayi Fletcher), a pair of friends who run their own micro-brewery, accidentally run over a black cat that attempts to cross their paths, they go to the owners home with the best of intentions. Unfortunately for them, the animal belonged to a coven of witches, and the eldest witch, Brynn (Helenmary Ball), doesn't take kindly to the boys' peace offering of beer. She curses their freshly brewed batch of Slacker Lager, proclaiming "After you drink that beer, liver damage is going to be the least of your problems!"

The superstitious Jeff wants nothing to do with the supposedly cursed ale, but Preston insists that they sell it as planned. They deliver cases to local bars, liquor stores, friends and more. As the characters drink the alcohol, they drop like flies after suffering awful deaths. Witch's Brew is something like a (slightly) less bizarre version of Street Trash, although it's just as fun on most accounts.

I don't want to spoil any of the many death scenes, but I will say that they are equal parts amusing and grotesque. The characters don't just drop dead; they each go in their own unique way, usually related to a personality quirk. For example, the first victim of the cursed beer is Sergeant Walker, a wheelchair-bound homeless man whose paraplegic legs kick himself to death.

The film could be used as a strong argument against using CGI over practical effects on a small production. Special effects makeup artists Kaleigh Brown and Jason M. Koch and crew member John Laveck had their work cut out for them, as the death scenes are the focal point of the picture. In particular, the second act of the film essentially acts as a showcase for their creations.
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When two micro-brewers earn the ire of a witch's coven their beer gets cursed. Horrible things happen to those who drink the beer normally involving Troma style effects. That's pretty much it.

This is a low budget film that had some good special effects and make-up as well as very "B" effects and bad rubber masks. The humor was at the low end. For instance a vet in a wheel chair is named "Mr. Walker" who "doesn't stand for a lot of things."

The film is cheesy, the humor corny, and the special effects questionable. An altered state film from start to finish.

Parental Guide: F-bomb. Nudity.
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WARNING MAJOR SPOILERS: Here's a fun, gory little low-budget horror comedy film funded by the public through internet financing site Kickstarter. If all publicly-funded horror films were this enjoyable, I would gladly contribute to one, but I have seen my fair share of awful publicly-funded films to make me think too hard and beg off, but if the director of this film asked for money to make another film, I would be happy to open my wallet. I wouldn't even ask to have my name shown at the end credits (This film has the names of everyone who contributed to the film and the list of names is a long one.). I generally think that filmmakers should find their own way to make films like the old days, but we live in a new technological age and everyone has to keep up with it. Who am I to tell Joe Schmo not to contribute to a film? If they have the money to spare, why not? Back in the old days it was a tax write-off for doctors and other professionals who helped fund a film, but today it's the thrill to see your name on a film (and maybe get some swag in the process, depending on how much you contribute). With that out of my system, let's get to the film: It begins with pretty witch Dolores (Seregon O'Dassey) concocting some kind of potion in a cauldron, when her doorbell rings. It's a young boy who is going door-to-door selling glasses of lemonade for $1.00 a glass. Dolores buys a glass, takes a sip and spits it out is disgust. The boy pops out of the bushes and yells, "It's my piss, bitch!" and then begins to burn some ants with a magnifying glass. Suddenly, he is surrounded by a coven of witches, led by the older Brynn (Helenmary Ball), where one witch actually bears big hairy moles on her chin and nose!Read more ›
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I went into this movie not knowing what to expect and came out loving it. I had the privilege of seeing it in the theaters, but can't wait to pick the dvd. If you like beer, boobs, and horror then this is the flick..
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I lot of effort and a lot of polish went into this indie film and it turned out great. George and LaMartina have done it again with this horror comedy! The extras are a ton of fun too. Check it out and support independent films!
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My purchase of this movie Witch's Brew was good. I would say it was different and not the norm that you would think in a movie like this. I'm sure it's a B movie but kept my interest. There was not a dull moment in the movie and that's what I enjoyed most about it. It's hard to hold my attention and even though it's not a top rate movie it was interesting and enjoyable.
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I had the pleasure of seeing this movie on the big screen when it debuted at the Charles Theater in Baltimore. It's well written, the gags work, and the effects are done very well considering the tiny budget. Give it a go, you won't be disappointed!
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