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New The Witch trailer goes peek a boo

A24's The Witch is getting great reviews. Check that, stellar reviews, with some critics saying it's the best horror movie to come down the pike in years. This makes it a must see in my books.

And, truth is, Shawn and I have been invited to a screening in Vancouver next week. Whether or not we go depends on travel arrangements etc, but I sure hope one or both of us can pull it off.

But I digress. Below is the latest trailer for Robert Eggar's debut feature, which recreates God-fearing  New England decades before the Salem Witch Trials. In this preview, we're shown all we need to know about the movie, right down to it's creepy as fuck atmosphere.

Behold:



So. Pumped. For. This!

The Witch stars Anya Taylor-Joy, Ralph Ineson, Kate Dickie, Harvey Scrimshaw, Ellie Grainger and Lucas Dawson. It opens Feb. 19.

Source: A24

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