The use of Vaseline on the lens when the witch is swimming in the stream convinces us that we will never see all of the naked witch. Believe me, even with the nudity, this is an amazingly bad film. This section is about witches and witchcraft and is mostly a lot of baloney--and pretty dull. He even mentions this in the narration, wondering whether to feel pity or hatred for the wronged Witch. With co-direction from the infamous Larry Buchanan, this is very much a cheap and cheerful effort, featuring some female nudity but very little else in terms of standard production qualities. Let's go to Luckenbach Texas with Waylon and Willie and the boys.
The is clearly false advertising.
This poor movie can't make up its mind whether it's a history lesson, a romance, a scary movie, or a nudie cutie, and it ends up being none of them. Before long he comes upon a beautiful and frequently nude young woman, whom he flirts with, but of course she turns out to be the titular witch and the story goes from there. Do yourself a favor and avoid it at all costs. I'm not going to claim this is great film. Then the student Robert Short who lands in Luchenbach, Texas to do research gives us a few minutes of history on the German settlers in this town. The witch returns and is sometimes naked. Is having sex on gravel painful?