|The ladies of Witching & Bitching are trying to watch their show. Shhh....|
One of the many things I have learned from films, both new and old, is to respect old women, especially old women with scary teeth or cataracts or dark, thick eyeliner. And Witching & Bitching seems to be a film in which a healthy respect for elders is in order. (And also, probably women with supernatural powers of all ages).
Be polite, be respectful and if you accidentally sass a senior, apologize. Maybe you made a thoughtless and cruel remark about her dentures or her cataract. Just apologize.
|"I'm sorry I made fun of your dentures. It was wrong."|
|"Sorry I disturbed your ancient slumber!"|
We all make mistakes and an apology can go a long way toward preventing nasty bites, spiritual attacks, hauntings and, most of all, curses.
|Seriously, just apologize already.|
And do you really want to doom your family line to centuries of misery? I've seen it happen plenty of times in film.
|I'm not sure an apology can fix this, but it sure as hell can't hurt.|
In fact, you might find that your elders have a lot of good advice--about what to do when you're cursed to wander the world as more beast than man, for instance.
|Listen to what she says and do not piss her off.|
So be polite, be respectful and if you make a mistake, for God's sake, apologize. Now have a nice time at Witching & Bitching, dears.
WITCHING AND BITCHING Screening Times:
Saturday, Sept 14th, 11:59 PM RYERSON
Sunday, Sept 15th, 12:00 PM SCOTIABANK 14