This is why we can’t have nice things: “The Witch” and horror fandom’s gatekeepers
Jason Coffman

I just finished watching this movie and I have to say that it’s very good and it’s definitely a horror movie. I’m not sure what else anyone could think it to be. It’s tense, threatening and visually disturbing. Granted, there are practically no jump scares or drunken teenagers being mauled, but there is clear horror. Much the same, in many respects, to the kind of physcological horror you’d find in movies like The Shining or Rosemary’s Baby, except, you know, with pilgrims.

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