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  • Actors: Nicolas Cage, Ron Perlman
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: eOne Films Distribution
  • Release Date: June 28 2011
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004P1IXJ0
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #18,544 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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Season Of The Witch

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By EA Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on Aug. 25 2011
Format: DVD
"Season of the Witch" is one of those movies that probably would have gone straight to SyFy/Sci-Fi, if it didn't have an A-list actor attached. It's a murky, rather rushed historical creep-out that blossoms into silly horror at the end, after a long journey where not very much happens. Ron Perlman is awesome, though.

Disgusted with the slaughter of the Crusades, knights Behmen (Nicholas Cage) and Felson (Perlman) desert the army to return home to... somewhere. I think it's England, but I'm not sure.

They arrive in a town infested with the Black Death, and are quickly arrested. But the local bishop (Christopher Lee) offers them a way to clean their slates -- take a witch (Claire Foy) who is blamed for the plague to a distant abbey where she will be depowered courtesy of an ancient spellbook. The embittered Behman doesn't believe she's a witch, but he agrees nevertheless.

Along with a priest, a soldier, a swindler and an altar boy who dreams of knighthood, the two knights take the suspected witch on the perilous journey. But soon Behman starts to suspect that there's something unnatural about her -- she has super-strength, summons wolves, and even makes one man hallucinate right to his death. But no one can guess the horrific truth about what she is until they reach the abbey.

"Season of the Witch" isn't a horrible film, but it is resolutely mediocre -- it has the feel of a movie where nobody was really trying very hard. In fact, the first three-fourths of the movie just sort of ooze by with lots of dirty medieval villages, spooky hints about the witch girl, and lots of misty forests full of giant wolves.

Even the cameramen and screenwriters aren't trying too hard.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Michael on Jan. 11 2012
Format: DVD
The 2 worst enemies of this movie are 1: Nick Cage, who never appears that he's doing anything more than playing dress up. He does have fun, but he's Keanu Reeves on his dryest of films. The 2nd worst enemy is the story- or rather lack of. The story has so much unrealized potential it's irritating. Not a lot happens, and when it does- it always feels like something is missing. I felt that "absence" from beginning to end. Even with the always amusing Ron Perlman, I can't help but agree with another reviewer on here who says this felt more like a cheesy SyFy movie of the week than a medium budgeted movie.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Willow3171 on Oct. 29 2011
Format: DVD
I was really looking forward to this movie. I was disappointed. Nicolas Cage was not spectacular in the role, almost like he played the part of Behmen without having any interest in it. Ron Pearlman did not shine either. For me Claire Foy as the witch was the most interesting character to watch. Maybe it was the writing? Maybe it was the casting, but I was hoping for something better.
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By The Movie Guy HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on Sept. 25 2015
Format: Blu-ray
The movie starts out in 1235 AD as 3 women accused of witchcraft are hung and drowned. The priest wants the bodies pulled up from the water so he can perform a ritual on them so they can't return from the dead. As always, resurrected witches have more power than when they were alive. This was all done to show you the ritual book. We jump ahead to 1332 AD with the savoy Nickolas Cage and Ron Perlman fighting in the crusades. After 7 years of rape, killing, pillage and plunder in the name of God's only son, Cage decides this is wrong and calls it quits. Cage and Perlman leave the crusades. Through a series of events, they agree to escort a girl accused of witchcraft, to a group of monks 6 days travel away, so they can judge her. They believe she caused the plague. They get as a guide a man who sold fake church artifacts.

Weird things happen along the way as we suspect the girl really is a witch. The Cardinal had a very distinguished voice, which can be no one other than Christopher Lee. The special effects were good, but the plot lacked. The ending of the story was all wrong. The guide, who was a colorful character was severely under utilized.

PARENTAL GUIDE: no nudity, sex, or f-bombs.
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By Robert Badgley TOP 500 REVIEWER on Oct. 28 2012
Format: DVD
Season of the Witch(released Jan/11)was Relativity Medias first in house production/release,but from what I recall in the trade papers,had some production/distribution difficulties.It was taken out of Lionsgate's hands and then subsequent previews lacked the praise they were after,so they re-shot some scenes and made some editing changes(A British contingent was apparently brought in to kick start the renewed cut).Whatever problems may have occurred in pre-release,the cut we have here on DVD is a gem,a total gem.The pairing of Nicolas Cage as Behman von Bleibruck,and his devoted friend Ron Perlman as Felson,is an unlikely one I will grant you,but after watching the film I saw a good on screen chemistry between the two stars that really enhanced the picture.
The plot involves the Europe of the 14th Century.Witches,real or not,are being killed in many towns and villages for being part of a wide spread plague that is killing the populace(a reference to the actual Bubonic plague that was sweeping Europe at that time).Into the picture comes two Knights of the Crusades,Cage and Perlman,who are devoted friends and fierce warriors.They serve Gods greater purpose in the extermination of all HIS enemies,and go through several grueling campaigns together.On their last campaign,during a seige of a round walled city,Cage accidentally kills a young girl.Both look around only to be surrounded by women and children lying dead at their feet.They confront the leader of Crusade and essentially give him notice and leave.
They travel for days not seeing anyone,until they come upon a town which Perlman advises against going into.Yet they are short on supplies and are in dire need of rest.They enter the city only to find it is also under siege by the plague.
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