Make a Collect Call to the Afterlife in Witchboard (1986)
Grab your Ouija boards, kids, because we’re reaching out to the other side in today’s review of Witchboard!
Kevin Tenney’s directorial debut finds Tawny Kitaen menaced by an evil spirit after she reaches out to the dark side with the witchboard of the title. Can Todd Allen and Stephen Nichols — save her from the demonic spirit trying to possess her soul? What do you think?
Earnest and well-researched — if not exactly filled with action — Witchboard is a total ’80s throwback, filled with outdated technology, questionable fashion, and lots of big hair. Don’t miss this one!
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