Anya Taylor-Joy, Ralph Ineson, Kate Dickie, Harvey Scrimshaw
Robert Eggers (Director), Robert Eggers (Writer)
Release: Nov. 11th, 2015
Runtime: 1 hour, 32 minutes
In 1630s New England, William and Katherine lead a devout Christian life with five children, homesteading on the edge of an impassable wilderness, exiled from their settlement when William defies the local church. When their newborn son vanishes and crops mysteriously fail, the family turns on one another.
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Really looking forward to this one from Robert Eggers, particularly since it performed so well at Sundance. These types of films are right up my alley... appears to be claustrophobic, low tech but wit...
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The best horror movie I have ever seen and currently the 10th greatest movie I have ever seen.
With modern horror films relying on the classic jump scares and blood to entertain or incorporate "gotcha" moments, The Witch was a surprisingly refreshing slow burn of a film that eats away at you from the inside.
The VVitch touches upon a number of potentially unsettling concepts in telling its tale of a puritan family being torn apart in one way or another by not just the presence of a witch but also by their own increasingly strained relationships with one another on a failing farm.