Played by Samantha Robinson, Elaine is a coolly lovely brunette whose dark eyeliner and blue eye shadow are so articulated as to be character characterizing. She’s recouping from a fizzled sentiment, she lets us know, yet the flashbacks don’t demonstrate a couple separating: they demonstrate a man drinking from a cup and tumbling to the floor, harmed. Before long Elaine is occupied from her insights and recollections by a cop, a toughly/cheesily attractive kindred who discloses to her she has a tail light out. He will figure later in the motion picture.
“The Love Witch” is, in its most instantly open shape, a pastiche of low-spending blood and gore flicks of the 1970s. There’s a consider cheesiness, or “cheesiness,” in the way the characters look, and the previously mentioned firmness stretches out to the way the on-screen characters talk as well as how they hold themselves.