Wednesday, August 17, 2022

The Witch (Canada/USA: Robert Eggers, 2015)


The Witch (Canada/USA: Robert Eggers, 2015: 90 mins)

Aloi, Peg. "Watching The Witch with Two Actual Witches." A24 Films (October 27, 2020)

Bastién, Angelica Jade.  "The Feminine Grotesque #3: Something Wicked – On Robert Eggers’ The Witch." Vague Visages (March 3, 2016)

Bradley, S.A. "Shut Up and Watch the Movie (Part Two)." Hellbent for Horror #44 (June 19, 2017)

 Bushi, Ruth. "The Witch Explained (2015): The Horrors of True History." The Haughty Culturalist (March 23, 2022) ["Religious extremism, misogyny and madness stoke fears of the supernatural in The Witch, a folk tale rooted in horror and history."]

Cassidy, Brendan, JD Duran and Matty Negs. "The Witch, Top 3 Horror Films of 21st Century (so far)." InSession Film (February 22, 2016)

Fisher, Burton and Martin Kessler. "The Witch." Flixwise (January 24, 2017) ["Martin’s discussing Robert Eggers’ 2016 debut feature, The Witch, with Bay Area English Professor, Burton Fisher. Listeners will recall that The Witch was one of Martin’s favorite films of 2016. Here he gets a chance to elaborate on why this film stands apart from other recent supernatural horror flicks. Plus, he and Burton explore the various influences that helped Eggers shape The Witch’s cinematic world, including puritan folklore and the works of Andrei Tarkovsky."]

Graham, Bill, Brian Roan and Amanda Waltz. "The Witch." The Film Stage Show #176 (February 22, 2016)

Greene, Heather. "The Witch (2016)." The Wild Hunt (February 21, 2016)

Grossman, Pam. "The Witching Hour." (Posted on Vimeo: 2014)

Hall, Jacob. "An Atheist, a Catholic, and a Satanist Walk Into a Screening of The Witch." /Film (February 22, 2016)

Hauke, Alexandra. "The Wicked Witch in the Woods: Puritan Maternalism, Ecofeminism, and Folk Horror in Robert Eggers’ The VVitch: A New-England Folktale." Gothic Nature #2 (March 2021): 37-61.

Haydon, Chris. "The Witch - The Art of Terror." (Posted on Youtube: August 7, 2016)

Hollinger, Ryan. "The Witch: Explained." (Posted on Youtube: March 17, 2016)

Jones, Matthew. "Politicizing the Horrific: How American Anxieties Play Out on Screen." Philosophy in Film (March 25, 2017)

Juzwlak, Rich. "A Journey To the Center of The Witch, Salem, and Criticism." The Muse (February 26, 2016)

Koresky, Michael. "A Few Great Pumpkins X: The Witch." Reverse Shot (October 25, 2015)

"Listen to Mark Korven’s Frightening Full Score For The Witch." The Film Stage (February 26, 2016)

Ramos, Maria. 'The Witch and Female Adolescence in Film." Bitch Flicks (March 1, 2016)

Sims, David. "The Witch Mines the Quiet Terror of the Unknown." The Atlantic (February 19, 2016)

Subisatti, Andrea and Alexander West. "Season of the Witch: Witches in Film Part 3, The Witch (2015) and The Autopsy of Jane Doe (2016)." The Faculty of Horror #60 (March 25, 2018) ["The past few years have seen the figure of the witch become a cultural touchstone for progressives and conservatives alike. From the resurgence of astrology, tarot, and natural healing methods to feminist rallying cry, the witch has never been more inclusive or divisive. Through analysis of two recent films, Andrea and Alex examine the witch’s new meaning in contemporary Western society, and why she remains a symbol of subversive feminism."]

Thomas, Leon. "The Witch - Renegade Cut." (Posted on Youtube: June 6, 2016)

Weston, Hillary. "Into the Woods: An Interview with The Witch’s Robert Eggers." The Current (February 19, 2016)

Weston, Kelli. "The Witch: Suffer the Little Children." Reverse Shot (October 30, 2020)

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