THE LAST KNOCK presents: Horror Double Feature: Antibirth and The Love Witch

The Last KnockNo two horror films could be so diametrically opposed. Antibirth is a gritty bizarro film with a 1980’s flavor and The Love Witch comes on with romance through the eyes of a desperate woman. But are they worth watching? And if you’re a fan and supporter of “Women in Horror,” you’ll definitely be interested in these two independent movies.

We go knee deep into both features and deliver our take on Antibirth, The Love Witch, the people who made them, and the people who starred in them for better or worse – and definitely until death due us part.

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  • Killler show!
    Your SCREAM OUT is greatly appreciated.
    Amber says the best thing about ANTIBIRTH is that Lyonne is playing the same character as she did in FREEWAY II. I totally agree with her in her “White Girl” part with a healthy portion of her character in ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK mixed in for good measure. In fact, this AB film coluld easily be what landed her in prison if things weren’t so final for her in AB. While AB was bizarre in a completley depraved way, it was captivating to watch the eventual end of the train crash that was ongoing for at least 100 miles or however long the film ran. We enjoyed the black humor spewing from the mouths of her and her friend… the scuzzy pair! It was classic Cronenberg “body horror.”
    We haven’t seen THE LOVE WITCH yet, but the trailer was both disturbing and enticing, maybe the perfect combo for any horror trailer. I liked the 70s flare in everything. As the trailer unfolded, I had visions of the TV series Batman meets the evil LOVE POTION No. 9’s sexy, vixen, door-to-door, sales tramp, SALEM’S LOT, Elvira as a sultry, sex-craved witch or possibly THAT GIRL getting all SORCERESS on us or possibly Emma Peel takes up the craft while succubussing her lovers. I do proclaim the lady playing the witch is quite fit and well-worth a large tub of thunder maise and Coke!

    • crashpalace

      Ha! Oh, how I love Emma Peel! Glad you liked the craziness that is ANTIBIRTH, and I look forward to reading your thoughts regarding Biller’s THE LOVE WITCH. I’m sure the tub of popcorn will over-floweth for that one.

      You deserve every SCREAM OUT, my friend! Thanks so much for listening!