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Discreet Puritan nightmare plays on fear of unknown

A great horror film is not one that induces screams or jumps. It’s not a film with a slasher chasing down teens. A truly good horror film plays with the audience’s emotions by revealing little about its antagonist and even less about the setting in which the nightmare scenario occurs. “The Witch” terrorizes its audience by taking the story to the unknown of the American woodlands, where babies go missing, a black goat named Black Phillip possibly does the devil’s work and a naked, old witch roams the woods.

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