The movie is a masterpiece—a very, very weird masterpiece.
'The Witch' director's new film stars Pattinson and Willem Dafoe as two very unhappy lighthouse keepers.
From 'Lady Bird' in a Sacramento parking lot to 'Good Time' under a set of elevated subway tracks in Queens.
Because school’s in, the vacation’s over, and it’s time to be unhappy again.
Alex Wolff, who plays a rebel teen in the movie, says it left him in a raw and volatile state.
Move over zombies—a new subgenre is here to spook us all.
The Satanic Temple's ritualistic endorsement of the film 'The Witch' involved nudity, a dominatrix, and a speech about "socio-spiritual transgression."
We spoke with the award-winning director about his gloriously scary new movie set in 1630s Puritan New England.
The award-winning filmmaker explains the inspiration behind his "puritan nightmare."