The Witch Official Trailer #1 (2016) – Anya Taylor-Joy, Ralph Ineson Movie HD


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The Witch Official Trailer #1 (2016) – Anya Taylor-Joy, Ralph Ineson Movie HD

New England, 1630: William and Katherine lead a devout Christian life, homesteading on the edge of an impassible wilderness, with five children. When their newborn son mysteriously vanishes and their crops fail, the family begins to turn on one another. ‘The Witch’ is a chilling portrait of a family unraveling within their own fears and anxieties, leaving them prey for an inescapable evil.

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  1. I FINALLY FINALLY I SEE this girl to play in a movie! now all my dreams comes true! Hi hi
    She was in a video clip of
    Skrillex – Red lips +++
    She is so so beautiful and unique!! PERFECT CHOISE!

  2. This is the best horror of 10's, and one of the 50 best horror movies of all time! The ending was very sorrowful and evil!

  3. such a waste of time not scary at all already 60mins in soo overrated and very slow movie I didn't like it at all.x

  4. I only watched the popular movie The Witch (2015) recently, at the recommendation of a friend, marveling at the story written and directed by the same director of O Farol (2019), Robert Eggers. To my surprise, it is, in my view, a reactionary production for replacing witches with the medieval pecha of terribly demonic creatures. Another frightening approach to this work, averse to women and even moralistic, is theocentrism, pointing out deviant behaviors of unwavering faith in God as satanic manifestations.

    I was wondering what made a lot of people get on their knees in the face of this modest production in both special effects and content? I came to the conclusion that it must have been witchcraft, promoted by competent marketers. To start the work, which cost 4 million dollars and yielded ten times more, was sold, in bold letters, as a winner at the renowned Sundance Festival. However, it does not hurt to inform that the award was not for the best film, but for the debutant, Robert Eggers, who won the honor for best director. Even so, the “Sundance” label undoubtedly helped with marketing at the box office and gave Eggers a legion of fans and followers, who treat The Witch as one of the best films of the decade.

    Exaggerations aside, I liked the suspense scenes more, since there are no scares, and the feeling of disgust and disgust, especially for the use of children in demonic scenes. The cast is in tune, highlighting the beautiful young Anya Taylor-Joy, and it is worth mentioning the photograph (Jarin Blaschke, The Lighthouse) and the costumes.

    The downside of A Bruxa, as I have already written, is the apparent reinforcement, in the preconditioned heads that feed political and religious fascism, of the unique truth, based on outdated, medieval dogmas, used to demonize liberated women and call them witches, witches or even accusing them of using children for satanic rituals, as in the plot. The abuses manifested on social networks are there to confirm this thesis. Something similar is already being done today by radical preachers who indoctrinate with The Old Testament (and not with the New) to scare and manipulate believers, and make fun of and even encourage punishment for those who think differently.

  5. OMG what is that Movie called

    when some kids killed there “Nerdy” classmate and she turned into a witch killed her own dad and tried to kill the kids who killed her

  6. I want a movie of this caliber that frames the metropolis as scary as this, they keep demonising natural environments. The urban is far more alien and scary than woods, and more annoying. The real evil is within the city.

  7. I just watched this movie on Netflix. It was scary, but hard to understand that 'Olde English'…I still liked it. My kind of film since I'm really not into the Friday the 13th type of movies.

  8. I feel bad for the people that lived with religion back then. I’m surprised such an evil thing survived the test of time.

  9. The first time I saw this movie, I was disappointed and I only liked the use of Early Modern English. Now I love everything about this movie.


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