La Casa 4
Witchcraft das Böse Lebt
Nomination Year: 1996
SYNOPSIS: A group of actors are stranded on a Massachusetts island. The only shelter is an abandoned hotel, which is haunted by the ghost of a pregnant woman who was burned alive on suspicion of performing satanic rites. As coincidence would have it, one of the actors (Linda Blair) might also be pregnant. What are the odds that she could be the reincarnation of this woman from so long ago? If you paused for even a second before answering, then you need remedial bad-movieing.
With So Many Drips in the Room, Who's To Notice One More?
They fail to notice red blood dripping on white paper in fireplace.
- "Alas, Poor Yorick"
Guess It's about Time To Die
David Hasselhoff goes back inside the house, only to be killed lamely. Any death that involves a chandelier is lame by definition.
- Crummiest Ending
The heroine learns she's mysteriously pregnant and yells, badly, "My baby?!"
- Worst Acting
Leslie Cummings, Worse Than The Hoff
Leslie Cummings acts like she has marbles in her mouth as she and David Hasselhoff talk by the seaside. She completely out-bad-acts him -- it's not even close.
- Actors/Directors of Note
Actor Claim to Fame David Hasselhoff Known for Knight Rider and Baywatch and just being himself.... Linda Blair The head-spinnin', pea-soup-spittin' girl from The Exorcist, all grown up. Catherine Hickland Annie Ross Plays the distinguished-looking old lady, usually
Director Claim to Fame Fabrizio Laurenti Rob Spera
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