Witches of the Caribbean

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Witches of the Caribbean
Witches of the Caribbean DVD.jpg
Directed by David Decoteau
Produced by Allison Andrade
(associate producer)
Jeffrey Schenck
Paul Colichman
Stephen P. Jarchow
(executive producers)
Charles Arthur Berg
(line producer)
Written by Jana K. Arnold
Starring Joanna Cassidy
Nicole Cavazos
Nicole Marie Monica
Kelli Giddish
Michael King
Nina Tapanin
Kyle Jordan
Ric Sarabia
Helene Udy
Catherine Munden
Music by Jojo Draven[1]
Cinematography Robert Hayes
Edited by Danny Draven
Distributed by Image Entertainment Inc.
Release date
  • 2005 (2005)
Running time
82 min.
Language English

Witches of the Caribbean is a horror movie, released in 2005, directed by David DeCoteau.

Plot summary[edit]

Seventeen-year-old Angela suffers from a recurring nightmare about a 16th-century witch burned to death on a dark and mysterious beach. To find an explanation to this nightmare and reclaim her life, she flies to a two-week retreat for troubled teens on the Caribbean island of Matau, run by noted child psychologist Professor Avebury. Little does Angela realize that Matau hides a horrific secret history, nor does she know that her nightmares stem from this very spot.
Upon her arrival, Angela meets the other troubled teenagers attending the retreat, all of whom seem to play a role in the mystery of her dream. In particular, the enigmatic Bethany claims to be a witch and secretly seduces the other teens into joining her coven. Gradually, Angela realizes that her nightmares aren’t dreams at all, but memories of her past life. As the true nature of the frightening nightmare unfolds, Bethany seems determined to either seduce or destroy Angela. With the witching hour ticking closer, Angela must solve the mystery of the Caribbean island and its legendary witch coven.



The film was shot entirely in the Turks and Caicos Islands, on Grand Turk Island.


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