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The Witches. For anyone who was so terrified after watching the 1990 Anjelica Huston original that sleep was out of the question for at least a week, merely uttering this movie’s title: The Witches, should send a shiver down your spine. Who can forget Roald Dahl’s creepy yet thrilling book coming to life on screen with a mixture of Huston’s wonderfully cut-glass delivery and Jim Henson puppetry magic? This week the rebooted version comes to us with Anne Hathaway playing the iconic witch queen role and the major action – a young boy crashing a witches’ convention - transported from a British seaside hotel to a ‘60s American one. In all fairness it looks equally chilling for all the youngsters out there. Rotten Tomatoes gives it 52%
The Craft: Legacy. This week the cinema is full of scary movies... we wonder why? The Craft: Legacy is a follow-up to 1996’s much-praised teen horror The Craft, centering on four teenage witches leaning into their newfound powers in today’s society. Expect a nod to our thankfully more woke attitudes than the movie’s predecessor and a couple of social media jokes. Doesn’t look half bad. Rotten Tomatoes gives it 61%
Trick. It’s a slasher film. There’s not much else to say. A detective (Omar Epps) looks to catch a killer who returns to terrorise a small town the same time every year. Seemingly invincible, how does the depraved masked criminal keep surviving shots in the front and back during pursuits in order to murder again? Rotten Tomatoes gives it 33%
Host. One for the current climate, Host revolves around a haunted Zoom call. Six friends are talking on the app during lockdown when they accidently invite the attention of a demonic presence. They are conducting a séance at the time, but that’s still one guest you really don’t expect to log in. Who pressed ‘admit’? When strange occurrences begin to manifest in the participants’ houses, they must figure out a way to banish the malevolent spirit. Rotten Tomatoes gives it 100%
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