32 Days of Halloween Part VIII, Movie Night No. 29: Necromancy!

Necromancy (1972)

And you thought Michael Gambon in Toys was a weird guy to run a toy factory. But being militaristic is almost normal when compared to Orson Welles, who runs the toy factory in a small town and is trying to use his position of power to return the dead to life. As you do. It’s Necromancy, though it’s gone by other names such as The Toy Factory, The Witching and A Life for a Life.

Also of note: this is directed by Bert I. Gordon, helmer of Earth vs. the Spider, Food of the Gods and everything in between. And I have read online about multiple re-cuttings of the film…so there’s no telling which version we actually have here. Regardless. Enjoy.

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The film does not appear to be in print at the moment. So enjoy it here while you can.[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]

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