A searing and very funny satire of the evils of man that oppress women. A murderer's row of great actors and stellar camerawork by the great Vilmos Zsigmond aide the legendary George Miller in his incisive dissection of the battle of the sexes and the exploitation of women by men. This is a comedic masterpiece waiting to be reevaluated. I loved every moment.
The film has great ideas about gender for its time. The effects hold up, and the acting is fantastic. Witches of Eastwick isn't a landmark film but it's an important directorial effort from George Miller that people are forgetting about. It's time more people revisit this film.