American modern – dance prodigy Susie Bannion leaves behind her repressive upbringing and moves to a divided 1970s Berlin to join a world – renowned all – female dance company led by charismatic choreographer Madame Blanc. Unbeknownst to all but the most senior members, the company is run by a coven of witches. Underneath the weirdness and the surreal moment there is a compelling story, the pacing is just perfect and the casting is really convincing.
Having spurned the love of the wrong woman the inconspicuous but powerful witch, Angelique Bouchard the shameless philanderer and 18th century aristocrat, Barnabas Collins, finds himself buried alive in Collinsport’s cold ground. Cursed to roam the earth as an eternal vampire, Barnabas is unintentionally unearthed some two hundred years later, in 1972. This will certainly divided people but I personally love it, it got an all star cast and they are really good and overall this is entertaining from start to finish. It is generally funny and it is a well – made film.
3.The Blair Witch Project
Three film students vanish after traveling into a Maryland forest to film a documentary on the local Blair Witch legend, leaving only their footage behind. Superbly crafted found footage type of film and this is generally spooky, it got that psychological edge and that work really well and this is generally exciting, it definitely watchable and it will certainly hold your interested and this is generally nervy and believable.
A young boy stumbles onto a witch convention and must stop them, even after he has been turned into a mouse. I actually growing up watching this film and I still admire this and this will definitely creep you under your skin, it is spooky and it has got the comedy aspect from Rowan Atkinson that is needed, the main lead is likeable and the ending is superb in this wonderful film.
1.Kiki’s Delivery Service
A young witch, on her mandatory year of independent life, finds fitting into a new community difficult while she supports herself by running an air courier service. Gorgeous looking film which is generally heartfelt, the story is easy to follow and this is suitable for all ages and a family viewing type of film, it is charming and it just a really nice coming of age film.
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Not a genre that I know a lot about, but there are some classics that I can recommend:
The Witches of Eastwick – more comedy than horror, with the added bonus of Jack Nicholson.
Witchfinder General(1968) – genuinely the most horrific film I have seen!
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That seems fair and I will definitely watch out for these films