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You can't understand what the actors are saying half the time and the other half they're praying. The characters are boring and the monsters almost never show up.
It was a good movie. Writers have done a terrific job on capturing the issues a belonging to the socioeconomic class of Thomasin's family may have faced during that time period. Of course, I am referring to the idea of survival and sustenance not the creepy scenes and talking goats. Fine film overall.
The most perfect horror film I have yet to see, The Witch manages to present d terrifying and disturbing spectacle while weaving in complex themes and pieces of history that does not detract from but only deepens the narrative. Unfortunately, audiences are less likely to snap up this artistry, as it is far from conventional. Make no mistake, this directorial debut should win Eggers a special place in the horror hall of fame. For his future films, Eggers may want to determine how best to preserve his unique style while bringing it back down to earth to connect the narrative to the viewers. But, in and of itself, I found The Witch to be an absolute marvel of period horror that everyone should delve into.
dark, unsettling, brooding. Well done and immersive. One of my favorite horror films to be honest
Movie was uneventful. Wanted to stop watching but had to know what happened
Terrible boring movie
A genuine, new, non-stereotyped horror.
With "The Witch" we finally get rid of all those horror cliches that dominated the genre during the last years: no jumpscares, rivers of blood or disgusting splattery scenes.
"The Witch" goes back to that movie school able to scare and upset just with the power of a great, solid plot and a dreamlike, suspenseful direction.
A great, creepy movie that shows the horror genre how it's done.
worst movie ever ....illogical
Did you even what the movie? wtf 0.00000% shitiy ritting shithydirector, everything it's whrong. Disapointed