Synopsis: In Boston of 1691, a warlock is sentenced to death, but escapes magically into the future (our present), followed doggedly by the witch hunter. There he is searching for the three parts of the Devil's Bible, trailed by the witch hunter and the woman whose house he landed in. They must stop him, as the book contains the true name of God, which he can use to un-create the world.
Director(s): Steve Miner
Production: Trimark
  1 win & 7 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
103 min

Time me.

You've reached 911

police emergency.

Please stand by.

Your call will be handled

as soon as an operator

becomes available.


Tout, tout, through and about,

your callow life in dismay.

Rentum oscillum tormentum.

A decade twice over a day.

This guy put some kind of

hoodoo hex spell on me.

He made me 40 instead of 20.

Is that what this guy did?

There's no crime of

which he's incapable.

Hey, hey, uh... ahem.

Other door, ok?

Other door.

Not a local product, are you?

Too late!

The evil one is back!

It's too late!

16 hundred and 91?


Like almost 300 years ago?

As queer it seems to you,

'tis even more so to me.

He did this?

20 fuckin' years,

and not one party.

What a total ass-burn.

The altar table, he broked it?

Yeah, he broked it.

Hey, look, I didn't spring you

so you could come fix furniture.

What about me?

How do we fix my face?

What was it he took from you?

20 years.

An object.

What kind of object?

Something small.

Something personal to you.

My bracelet.

Like that?

He took my charm bracelet.

Then you must reclaim it.

Only then can the

spell be countered.

Reclaim it?

This I spied earlier.

'Tis yours? The whole of it?

Just salt.

We'll take your coach.

We'll take a minute here.

Do you mean I gotta

get my bracelet back

to break the spell?

Back from that warlock...

the guy who finger-paints

with body fluids?

'Tis the one way.

This you must do.

There is no question of it.

You see this? Insulin.

It's the one thing I must do.

I hate it 'cause

I have to do it!

I'll just cut and

dye my hair again.

Hey, 40 ain't so bad.

I'll buy a little tennis skirt

and prance around town

like those bitches

in their BMWs.

Sorry, Redferne,

but if you're nuts enough

to wanna find this guy,

you're on your own.

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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