The Witch: Life’s a Witch, Then You Die, by Ian Brill

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3 Responses

  1. FictionIsntReal says:

    I think some rather minor edits could have allowed you to convey the gist of something without spoiling specific plot points.

  2. Sarah Brinks says:

    I’m intrigued! It’s always good to know what is worth seeing in the early months of the year.

  3. Al Caldwell says:

    I love your review. The description of The Hare is perfect; the man cannot kill or destroy the Hare; he can only wound himself in an effort to shoot the Hare. In the lighter movie, Monty Python’s Search for thr Holy Grai, it is the Hare that does not sucumb to the Holy Handgernade of Antioch. Evil inhabits the small, the dainty and makes them horrifying somewhat like what Hitchcock did with the Birds. Thomasin, (her name ends with SIN) is a powerful force who never surrenders to evil and yet in the end, evil is perhaps her only place to survive, perhaps, has been connected to the dark side all along. Say more if you will about the ending.

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