Simon, King of the Witches

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Simon, King of the Witches

witch exploitation satanism black magic ritual satire sorcerer paganism drugs witchcraft stoner occult warlock ceremony coven (akelarre) occult ritual hubris wicca magician psychadelic

Simon, King of the Witches

Release Date: April 02, 1971

Year    :   1971
Slogan    :   «The Black Mass... The Spells... The Incantations... The Curses... The Ceremonial Sex...»
Genres    :   Drama, Horror, Comedy
Production Companies    :   Fanfare Films
Director    :   Bruce Kessler
Producers    :   Thomas J. Schmidt, Joe Solomon, David Hammond, Pearl Kempton, Larry Bishop
Writers    :   Robert Phippeny
RunTime    :   99 mins.

Simon is a modern day warlock. Though he lives in a storm drain and sometimes talks to trees, he's deadly serious about his witchcraft. After being picked up for vagrancy, Simon spends a night in jail with Turk, a young hustler with connections to powerful people such as Hercules, an aging hipster who hires Simon to work one of his groovy parties. There he meets Linda, the DA's pill-popping daughter. In between romanic dallances and colorful sex magic ceremonies, Simon must contend with those who dare to challenge his magical prowess causing him to summon the dark world for his revenge.


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