Why the Worst Witch is important to Culture

Have you ever wondered what digital effects were available to a low-budget tv-movie production crew in the mid 1980’s? Lucky you, because one of my favoritest movies from my childhood, The Worst Witch, answers that question in just a three minute song about what is possible on Halloween:


I wish I could remember if I thought Tim Curry was creepy in this movie as I do now–he sort of has a David-Bowie-in-Labyrinth vibe, you know? I totally love Tim Curry though—have you listened to any of A Series of Unfortunate Events on audio??? so good that I think I have only read actually one of the books because listening to them just feels so right.



1 Response to “Why the Worst Witch is important to Culture”

  1. 1 Beth October 28, 2008 at 8:24 pm

    Yeah the “Worst Witch” is definately my favorite 80’s Halloween staple. Although “Teen Witch” is another cheesy Halloween 80’s guilty pleasure!

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