On this episode, I am joined by author and academic Heather Greene to immerse ourselves in the portrayal of Witches in American cinema and television since the birth of moving pictures.
We discuss some of the most important performances from The Wizard of Oz, I Married a Witch, Bell, Book and Candle to Carrie, Rosemary’s Baby and many more.
It’s a suprising journey with some fascinating insights from Heather and it shows just how far the roles and performances have pushed Wicca and Witchcraft throughout popular culture.
Heather’s book is a real treat to anyone who loves horror, witchcraft, cinema history and much more.
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Thank you to Heather for joining me this week!
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