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Watch The VVitch: A New-England Folktale

(179667) 6.9 92 min 2015

The VVitch: A New-England Folktale is a movie starring Anya Taylor-Joy, Ralph Ineson, and Kate Dickie. A family in 1630s New England is torn apart by the forces of witchcraft, black magic, and possession.

Kate Dickie, Julian Richings, Anya Taylor-Joy, Ralph Ineson
Drama, Horror, Mystery
Robert Eggers

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, Horror, Mystery
Director Robert Eggers
Writer Robert Eggers
Stars Kate Dickie, Julian Richings, Anya Taylor-Joy, Ralph Ineson
Country USA, Canada
Also Known As Vrajitoarea, La sorcière, Veštica: Narodna Priča Nove Engleske, The VVitch, The Witch, La Bruja, Čarodejnica: Novoanglická legenda, A Bruxa, The Witch - Vuoi ascoltare una favola?, Η μάγισσα, La bruja: Una leyenda de Nueva Inglaterra, Ragana, Čarodejnica, Вештерката, A boszorkány, Čarodějnice, Czarownica, 女巫, La bruja, ウィッチ, Czarownica: Bajka ludowa z Nowej Anglii, Vještica
Runtime 1H 32M
Description In the Seventeenth Century, in New England, the farmer William and his family are banished from the Puritan plantation controlled by the church due to differences in religion principles. William leaves the spot with his wife Katherine; his teenage daughter Thomasin; his son Caleb and the twins Mercy and Jonas and settles at the edge of a forest. They build a small house and a barn and meanwhile Katherine delivers the baby Samuel. One day, Thomasin is playing with Samuel near the forest and the baby mysteriously vanishes. The family unsuccessfully seeks Sam out and Katherine becomes insane, praying all the time and mistreating and blaming her daughter for everything wrong in their lives. However, William goes to the forest to hunt since the crop has failed. Early in the morning, Caleb, Thomasin, their dog and the family horse go to hunt in the woods. However Thomasin falls from the horse and faints, and Caleb becomes lost in the woods. William finds Thomasin and Katherine confronts her about Caleb's fate. Is this the beginning of the tragic end of their family?

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Thursday, 26 Mar 2020 20:05

I have to say, i'm quite surprised that i didn't see this film before it came out in the cinema. It's very hard to come by in the UK, and as i haven't seen it for a long time, i have a mixed feeling about it. So, having not seen it in a long while, i went to a little "Buy-On-the-Premise" to see it. And what a pleasant surprise! The film was more original than i expected, and it had an edge that it had that was unlike anything i had ever seen before. The characters are quite frightening, and they are really scary, even in a small part. It had a good story, and it kept me interested for a while. And it wasn't boring. Some people may find it hard to understand, but i found it easy to follow. The setting of the film is dark, but it is clear to see that it was filmed in the picturesque forests of Vermont, not somewhere far from New York. It's almost like the characters in the film are real, and the atmosphere is so well used, it can't help but remind you of the film the Brothers Grimm did in the 60s, when a strange child suddenly appeared. Nowadays, a lot of films are shot in New York, and it makes me wonder if this film had a similar look and feel, but it's hard to tell. But it was definitely different, and that's what I liked the most. It's like watching a ghost story in a children's book. The soundtrack is nice, and it had a cool part where the character reveal themselves. It's probably my favorite movie of the year. Not a great one, but it is well worth a watch.
Sunday, 22 Mar 2020 21:23

I first saw this film when it was originally released, and I was intrigued by the use of Native American folklore, which seemed quite different than the usual Hollywood flick. The opening scene features a very well-shot, yet eerie, scene of a group of Native American young adults riding through a swamp and being chased by an invisible killer. It's the first thing that caught my eye, and it remains as the only scene I remember about this movie, and I still find it frightening every time I see it. This was before I had seen the movie, and my memory of this scene was not as strong. I've seen this scene several times since, and every time I see it, I find something new and unsettling. It's a very disturbing scene, and something that should be in every horror movie. The scene is always the same, but the music that plays in the background is different each time, and I can never quite put my finger on what exactly it is. It's such an eerie and disturbing scene, and it doesn't ever seem to stop playing. One thing that I have always found disturbing is the way in which the Native American community treat the last person to see them after a murder. They are very similar to the American Indians in the early 1900's, but this community is different from the other American Indian communities, as they show no mercy to anyone who has been a murderer. The Indian women treat the men like they were worthless, and make sure that the murderer is able to keep his "honor". This is a very disturbing scene, and something that should never be glorified. The film has also had some influence on my own views about Native Americans. I was never familiar with the name Jim Crow, but I am familiar with the movie "Harold and Maude", and the many books and films that the author wrote about the fight against the violence and oppression of American Indians. The violence and oppression of the Native American community is something that is very similar to the violence and oppression that was prevalent in the American Indians. There is something about Native Americans that has always been a powerful and intriguing force in the American culture. The movie's title, the opening scene, the music, the way in which the Native American community treat the last person to see them after a murder, and the fact that they never show mercy to anyone are all very disturbing and very frightening scenes. This movie should be studied by every horror fan who has not seen it, as it was a very important part of the American horror and horror cinema history.

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