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The Witch Files (2018)

The Witch Files (2018)

Paget BrewsterHolly TaylorValerie MahaffeyGreg Finley
Kyle Rankin


The Witch Files (2018) is a English movie. Kyle Rankin has directed this movie. Paget Brewster,Holly Taylor,Valerie Mahaffey,Greg Finley are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2018. The Witch Files (2018) is considered one of the best Horror,Thriller movie in India and around the world.

A coven of young women with incredible powers and difficult pasts discovers that they are able to make their every wish come true. Things, however, take a dangerous turn when they discover that their newly-found abilities come with a price and that they may not be as in control as they think.

The Witch Files (2018) Reviews

  • Witch movie


    After seeing that it starred a batch of teen age girls, I was expecting all the hollywood formula stuff. Lots of sexual content, teen girls who hated their families or who's families hate them, evil male caucasian antagonists, drug content, foul language -- the little hope kernel inside me was hoping for a movie that was focused on witchy stuff, so I started watching it, and I kept on watching it --My wife and I enjoyed it --I was a little disappointed in the ending, the last 15 minutes was pretty predictable, however I would probably rewatch it in the distant future, it is about witchy stuff after all, I dig these kind of movies.

  • Not really a horror movie, more mystery/fantasy


    This is a pretty decent movie. It's all shot(98%) with a handheld camera by the girls(mostly claire) and is not bad at all compared to a lot of horror movies that try this style. The story is not original but it works,same with the acting,I didn't feel any of them were bad. The things they did look pretty much on point with what a group of teenage girls would do in those situations. Overall the movie is not bad and if you like fantasy/mystery movies I would say give it a chance.

  • Pretty decent


    Just so you know, this had nothing to do with horror nor thriller. It actually wasn't bad. It's one of those feel good movies that you don't stress out while watching with happy endings which i liked because movies these days lack that kind of vibe and bad endings are a must these days for some reason. I would say it would be kind of perfect for a younger audience or young teens. As a girl in her early 20s it just wasn't for me lol

  • Not My Demographic


    Being of an older generation, I realize that this movie was not geared for my demographic and may appeal more to younger viewers. But since there are not a lot of reviews as I write this, I'll try and give my opinion. Five teens from a high school in Maine band together and form a coven on a site where centuries before suspected witches may have been pursued and murdered by the townspeople. By using chants and the power of group thoughts, they begin to realize these thoughts can be transferred into actually making their wishes become reality. At first, it's a rather harmless use of their new powers, but as things progress they begin to realize there will be a steep price to pay for their actions. Plus, it will eventually become clear that there's a more sinister force at work among the five teens, one that will have to be fought for their own survival. I thought, at times, this fantasy horror film had some surprising moments where it didn't take a path you would expect. Also, the dialogue and characters were more interesting than I anticipated. However, overall, I just found this B-movie to be rather hokey and, as mentioned earlier, may appeal more to a much younger crowd. Thus, not awful, but not my cup of tea.

  • If Disney (the channel) made a serious version of The Craft


    First off, this is not a horror movie, despite what the description says. There are some elements to it that briefly flirt with that description, but they lie. At best, it's suspense bordering on thriller. That said, it's remarkably well done. The acting is fairly decent, and the script manages to keep things tight and light without veering too far into absurdity. When things turn dark, it's done with a believable hand, although the twist is an extremely predictable one. Additionally, there was a distinctly positive tone (for the most.part) and it did something few movies of this type do by showing real world consequences (as an example, when one of the girls uses magic to get a new car, it eventually gets pointed out that there's no payment made for the car, making it essentially a stolen vehicle rather than something created) and offering an explanation for the haggard appearance of witches. All in all, it's a surprisingly enjoyable movie and would be a good pick for young kids that are looking for something along the lines of The Craft but are too young for something that intense (ages 8 to 14, say)


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