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Yambaó! No, it's not a dopey social media app you'd never heard of until it was purchased by Google for billions of dollars. Nor is it a miracle cleaning solution sold in 90s infomercials for only $19.99, including a bonus travel-sized tube of Yambaó. Yambaó, quite simply, is Yambaó, and there's nothing else quite like Yambaó. It's also entirely possible we just enjoy saying Yambaó.
Yambaó (AKA Cry of the Bewitched, but why would you call it that when you can call it Yambaó) takes place on a sugarcane plantation in Cuba in the 1850s, and centers on the love triangle between a master, one of his slaves, and Yambaó, the mysterious dancing granddaughter of a sorceress who lives in the wilderness - yeah, we know, another one of those dang Cuban plantation witch love triangle movies we're always doing. It's weird, it's fun, it's flirty, there's a cave granny with evil magic powers, it's Yambaó!
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Yambaó, aka Cry of the Bewitched, is a 1957 film riffed by RiffTrax in June 2014. On a Cuban...