Speaking of witches, I finally got around to watching Haxan (Witchcraft Through the Ages). This is one of the campiest, oddest films ever made - a sort of quasi-documentary about witchcraft and hysteria, complete with reenactments. This Criterion DVD has two versions. The first is the original Swedish silent film, made in 1922. The second (and my favorite) is a slight revamp done in 1967, that uses the same visuals with less coloration, a psychedelic jazz soundtrack, and none other than William Burroughs doing overdubbed narration. Yes, it's every bit as trippy and amusing and delicious as it sounds. Highly recommended for occult fans and film buffs alike.