How can a movie about two bank robbers, one dressed as Jesus Christ and the other dressed as a plastic army man, run away from a job gone wrong. Only to cross hairs with a coven of witches? How does that not sound like fun?
I don't think a premise needs to be a certain way in order to be good. There have been plenty of oddball ideas for movies that I end up loving. What a story is about doesn't mean anything to me, how that story is executed is what truly matters. Any artist can come out and say something, everybody seems to have an idea of how a story should be told. No matter how wacky an idea is, if it is told well, you can't really go wrong with it. How can you go wrong with something if you are entertained by it?
"Witching and Bitching" will hit theaters/VOD sometime in June! I can't wait to see it!