Genre: Fantasy, Horror, Thriller
When Howard (Edward Albert) gets promoted to senior partner instead of Larry (Larry Poindexter), Larry's wife Erica (the abundantly endowed Julie Strain) uses the occult to cause an accident that leaves Howard in a wheelchair. But Howard's wife, Amelia (Linda Blair), is no slouch in black magic herself; she kills Erica and makes Larry think he's responsible. Larry tries to rebuild his life, but Amelia has other plans. To carp about plot holes or acting in this straight-to-video film is to miss the point entirely. Sorceress has it all: a tortured hero; plenty of babe-a-licious women (and a guy or two) shedding their clothes with mad abandon to explore their own dark impulses; and a villain with motives so Byzantine they must have been inspired by the writer's last conversation with his agent. The prolific director, Jim Wynorski, cowrote another, unrelated film also called Sorceress back in 1983. Maybe he just likes the title. --Geof Miller

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