This movie makes you think what is really going on in HOLLYWOOD are some of these well know actresses and actors part of a secret society of Witches and Warlocks. The movie is a naughtier movie version of something normally found on THE LIFE TIME channel.
I'd never seen Spellbinder until recently, and really enjoyed it. It screams 80s, from the clothing to the music score, but that's a good thing. I love the 80s! The story is solid and full of twists and turns. The Blu-ray looks great, by the way.
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Matthew Reviewed in the United States on June 8, 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
The stunning Kelly Preston
Any movie with the gorgeous Kelly Preston is worth watching in my opinion. Especially ones where she takes her clothes off. In all honesty, I thought it was a much better movie than it got credit for.
In case of fire; throw this movie in. It stunk to high heaven and was so predictable right to the very end. If I was an actor I would keep this one off of my resume. Can't believe I even wasted my time to watch this pathetic movie. This movie belongs in the Hall of Shame. Boo!! Hiss!!
witchcraft-themed thriller, more true than ever in 2021
It's rather eerie, that in 2001 witchcraft in Hollywood and with the Elites is a theme that is proving to be true. Kelly did a great job in a very sultry role. This was in the beginning of her career and shows all the talent of being a star. RIP Kelly -- you truly are an angel.
I wanted to recommend it since I saw so many one-star reviews
This is an entertaining '80s horror thriller. I wanted to recommend it since I saw so many one-star reviews. I watched this about 25 years ago and parts of it stuck in my mind, Most notably, the twist and the scene about Seneca County. I recently watched it again and enjoyed the pace and the twists, even though I remembered how it ended.
While it is a pretty good film it is an obvious rip off of the classic British horror film " The Wicker Man." While the plot points and locations are different the central structure, high concept and flip ending are all direct steals from "The Wicker Man."