Films each witch ought to watch

Films each witch ought to watch

I lately watched a movie known as The Love Witch and liked it. It is mainly paying homage to 1960s horror movies. It is aesthetically good and exhibits an attention-grabbing tackle feminism and fashionable witchcraft. Ideas for those who’ve seen it? If you have not, I counsel it.
I additionally love Sensible Magic and The Craft (I do know many do not) and a movie known as The Burning Occasions which is a documentary in regards to the witch hunts of the 17th century and is actually attention-grabbing, I extremely advocate it. However it obtained me questioning about another witchy films.
Every other films you’d counsel each witch watch?

16 thoughts on “Films each witch ought to watch”

  1. I also suggest a show on Netflix called “Salem” it’s pretty interesting. It’s about witches in the 17th century fighting for power, kind of portrays them as evil but it’s a good show

  2. Beautiful Creatures, The Craft, The Wicker Man, The Mists of Avalon, Practical Magic, The Secret Circle (show), The Magicians (show), The Last Keeper, and The Covenant (2006).

  3. I absolutely love *The Good Witch.* It’s a very good depiction of a modern witch and what they really do! It’s one I point people to when they ask what witches are *really* like when I tell them we don’t throw fireballs at each other or levitate!

  4. Films that have had an impact on how I view magic, or that benefit from being viewed magically, and some themes:

    A Field in England – rivalry, renaissance magic, entheogens, treasure

    Carrie – adolescent onset, rage, outsider

    Howl’s Moving Castle – rivalry, isolation, shortsightedness, community, love

    La Antena – voice as power, absence of power, magic realism

    The Last Unicorn – avarice, ruin, genii loci, servitors

    The Cell – trauma, dreaming, visualisation, healing

    The Fall – community, belief, storytelling

  5. I loved the film “Astral City: A Spiritual Journey” It’s highly religious, and the audio is in Brazilian Portuguese, (but english subs) but I found it was a great explanation of what may come after death.

    Also from my blog, I recommend these:

    Excalibur (1981)

    The Mists of Avalon (2001)

    The Spirit of Albion (2012)

    What the Bleep do we know? (2004)

    The Wickerman (1973)

    The 13th Warrior (1999)

    The Good Witch

    Kiki’s Delivery Service

  6. Season of the Witch made by the legendary zombie horror film maker George A. Romero. A horror movie about a suburban housewife Joan who is married to an abusive husband. After Joan meets Marion new neighbor who practices witchcraft, she begins to cast spells herself to attract attention of her daughter’s lover Gregg. It’s a good movies check it out.

  7. “Suspiria” – Dario Argento

    “Vampyres” (1974) – José Ramón Larraz

    “The VVitch” (2015) – Robert Eggers

    “The Devils” (1971) – Ken Russell

    “Black Sunday” – Mario Bava

    “Drag Me To Hell” – Sam Raimi

    “Lord of Salem” – Rob Zombie (this movie is awful but I liked it)

    “The Crucible” (1996) – Nicholas Hytner

  8. *Night of the Eagle* (1962)
    *Bell, Book and Candle* (1958)
    *Häxan* (1922)
    *Night of the Demon* (1957)
    *Lucifer Rising* (1972)
    *The Wicker Man* (1973)
    *Season of the Witch* (1973)
    *The Devil’s Own* (1966)
    *The Dark Secret of Harvest Home* (1978)
    *Le Moine et la Sorcière* (1987)

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