|release date||December 6 2005|
|studio||CreepFX & Maverick Entertainment|
|starring||Christine Cowden, Eli James, Eric J. Coffin, Rikki Barry, Syn DeVil, Gina Valona, Lisa Sparxxx, April Betts, Randal Malone, Ron Jeremy|
SynopsisA coven of witches mask their true identity by operating the “Sin and Skin” strip club in, “The Witch’s Sabbath”. To keep the coven as one, they must behead 666 victims before the arrival of their Dark Lord on Halloween. Unsuspecting victims are carefully chosen at the strip club and find themselves invited to feast at the witch's mansion where they offer their victims one final meal. But this time things will not go quite as planned and their dinner guests will prove to be more than just victims.
On paper, The Witch’s Sabbath sounds like a promising gem of a film. A coven of four witches must sacrifice 666 souls to their dark lord before the coming of Halloween. In return for their tribute, the witches will retain their immortal lives. In an effort to acquire the sacrifices needed to sate their evil bloodlust, the coven operates a local strip club and subtly lures its patrons to their doom. Did I mention the best part? In order for the ancient evil to consume the souls of the victims, the sacrifices must remain alive while the head is severed from the body.
I know, you’re all thinking what I was when I sat down to view this beauty. “Strippers in Service of Satan” that’s a magic combination, lets get it on! Well you’d be half right. While there is more than enough blood and boobs to keep your average 13-year old glued to the tube. The film as a whole suffers from some truly indescribable bad acting, most of which is perpetrated by Eli James, who embraces his characterization of Seth like some scary-ass outtake from frat boys gone wild. But, lets forget about the acting for a second, after all this isn’t The English Patient. Lets talk about butchery and breasts for just a minute. Like all psychopathic stripper serial killer films these are the three things that should be taken seriously.