Read our review. Read our review. A 17th-century family comes face to face with pure evil in the terrifying supernatural horror movie 'The Witch.'
Just watch the fucking show.
For more than a decade /R/HORROR has been reddit.com's gateway to all things Horror: from movies & TV, to books & games. As a result, when you watch "The Witch," you often don't seem to know what the film is about. Rolling Stone
I like how half the replies in these Witcher review threads are based on the first episode and/or are people terribly dissapointed about hype... Or something. The ending actually dares to go bat shit crazy, you gotta admire that. If you haven't seen the film but would like to see the result of the poll go here: See results of poll. r/BlairWitchGame: Blair Witch is a first-person, story-driven psychological horror game based on the cinematic lore of Blair Witch. But the film's title is a big clue: this is a fantasy about empowerment, albeit through unorthodox methods. R/HORROR, known as Dreadit by our subscribers is the premier horror entertainment community on Reddit. And Game of Thrones for some reason is brought up. Like, no complaints thus far besides the first episode being a bit all over the place. I just finished the fourth episode and I absolutely love it.
Poll: If you've seen the film, please rate it at this poll: Vote in poll. The religious zealousness of regular 17th century folks is almost as uncomfortable to watch as the witch in the woods. Official Discussion: The Witch [SPOILERS] Discussion. Summary: In the 17th century, a Puritan family is banished from a plantation and to live alone on the edge of a New England wilderness.
I've only played Witcher 3 btw, but put …