Season of the Witch (2010)


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A 14th century Crusader returns to a homeland devastated by the Black Plague. A beleaguered church, deeming sorcery the culprit of the plague, commands the two knights to transport an accused witch to a remote abbey, where monks will perform a ritual in hopes of ending the pestilence. A priest, a grieving knight, a disgraced itinerant and a headstrong youth who can only dream of becoming a knight join a mission troubled by mythically hostile wilderness and fierce contention over the fate of the girl. When the embattled party arrives at the abbey, a horrific discovery jeopardises the knight’s pledge to ensure the girl fair treatment, and pits them against an inexplicably powerful and destructive force.




  • Runtime:112 minutes
  • Languages:English, Italian
  • Genres:Crime, Drama
  • Country:USA
  • Goofs:Continuity: During one of the pool scenes, balls disappear and change position between cuts.
    Factual errors: While it's true that the soundtrack incorrectly lists "Steppin Out" as "Hideaway", by Cream, that's because on the "Live Cream Vol.2" CD, which is where this track came from, the track is mislabeled that way.
    Continuity: The end credits on the DVD incorrectly list David Carradine as "Oscar" and Robert Carradine as "Drunk".
    Continuity: When Michael gets into the back seat of the car to discuss the fine German lenses that he has procured, it is obviously dusk. But in the next shot from the car's interior, it's night time.
    Continuity: A pedestrian passes the mailbox just before Johnny Boy blows it up. After he blows it up, though, the man is nowhere to be scene, although he was close enough to be injured by the blast.
  • Quotes:
    Johnny Boy: What's the matter, you too good for this ten dollars? Huh? You too good for it? It's a good ten dollars. Know somethin' Mikey? You make me laugh. You know that?

    Johnny Boy: You too good for this ten dollars? It's a good ten dollars. You know Michael, you make me laugh. You see, I borrow money all over this neighborhood, left and right from everybody, I never pay them back. So, I can't borrow no money from nobody no more, right? So who would that leave me to borrow money from but you? I borrow money from you, because you're the only jerk-off around here who I can borrow money from without payin' back, right? You know, 'cause that's what you are, that's what I think of you: a jerk-off. You're a fucking jerk-off! You're laughing 'cause you're a jerk-off. I'll tell 'ya something else,
    [lights ten dollar bill on fire]
    Johnny Boy: I fuck you right where you breath, because I don't give two shits about you or nobody else.
    [Michael jumps at Johnny Boy and they both fight but Charlie breaks them up, Johnny Boy pulls out a gun]
    Johnny Boy: Come on... Come on... fuck face! Come on... 'ya motherfucker! Motherfucker!... come on! I got somethin' for 'ya asshole!
    Michael Longo: You don't- you don't have the guts to use that.
    Johnny Boy: Oh, I don't have the guts, huh? Come over here, I'll shove this up yer ass! Come on!
    [Michael leaves]
    Johnny Boy: Hey asshole, this is for you asshole! He's a fucking asshole!
    [Laughs]
  • Also known as: Calles peligrosas (Peru - imdb display title), Calles peligrosas (Uruguay), Hexenkessel (Austria), Hexenkessel (West Germany), Aljas utcák (Hungary), Caminhos Perigosos (Brazil), Dödspolarna (Sweden), Gaden uden nåde (Denmark), Kakofimoi dromoi (Greece - transliterated ISO-LATIN-1 title), Malas calles (Spain), Mals carrers (Spain - Catalan title), Mean Streets (France), Mean streets - les rues chaudes (France), Os Cavaleiros do Asfalto (Portugal), Season of the Witch (USA - working title), Sudenpesä (Finland), Ulice nedzy (Poland),
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